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UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 
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(Blasgow 
Corporation public libraries. 



INDEX CATALOGUE 



OF THE 



HUTCHESONTOWN 
DISTRICT LIBRARY. 




GLASGOW: 

PRINTED FOR THE CORPORATION COMMITTEE ON LIBRARIES AT 

THE UNIVERSITY PRESS BY ROBERT MACLBHOSBZ&i.CO. LTD. 

June 190S. 



Price in Paper Cover, FOURPENCE. 
In Cloth, EIGHTPENCE. 



(Masgow 
Corporation public ^Libraries. 



INDEX CATALOGUE 



OF THE 



HUTCHESONTOWN 
DISTRICT LIBRARY 




GLASGOW: 

PRINTED FOR THE CORPORATION COMMITTEE ON LIBRARIES AT 
THE UNIVERSITY PRESS BY ROBERT MACLEHOSE <k CO. LTD. 

June, 1908. 



The Catalogue of the Juvenile Section is issued 
separately. Price One Penny. 



Catalogues of all the other District Libraries may 
be purchased or consulted at the Hutchesontown 
Library, or may be borrowed as Library books 
for use at home. Borrowers should ask for the 
catalogue required by the number given below: 



Hutchesontown 


01915 


Kingston - - 


- 01907 


Anderston - - 


01905 


Kinning Park 


- 01906 


Bridgeton - - 


01913 


Maryhill - - 


- 01909 


Dennistoun - - 


01910 


Parkhead - - 


- 01914 


Gorbals - - - 


01904 


Springburn - 


01912 


Govanhill - - 


01911 


Woodside - - 


- 01908 



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CONTENTS. 

PAGE 

Committee iv 

Library Service v 

Introduction : 

Glasgow Corporation Public Libraries - - - vi 

Formation and Use of the Libraries - vl 

HUTCHESONTOWN DISTRICT LIBRARY ----- Vll 

The Catalogue V1U 

Bye-Laws and Regulations ------ xi 

Hints on the Use of Books - - - - - - X1V 

Classification xv 

Table of Subject Headings Arranged in Order of Classi- 
fication --------- xvi 

List of Newspapers and Periodicals Taken at Hutcheson- 
town, Anderston, Bridgeton, Dennistoun, Gorbals, 
Govanhill, Kingston, Kinking Park, Maryhill, 
Parkhead, Pollokshields, Springburn, Townhead, 

AND WOODSIDE LIBRARIES, AND THE RANKIN READING 

Room x " 

Blind. Statement as to Books for the Blind - - - lv 
Directions to Borrowers on Use of Indicator and Method 

of Issue " * vi 

Abbreviations ---------- lvi 

List of Dramatists - " 96 

List of Essayists --------- 109 

List of Novelists --------- 116 

Music 243 

List of Poets - 273 

List of Authors of Collected Sermons - - - - 311 

Additions during Printing 382 

List of Writers of Books in Languages other than 

English 383 

List of Books placed in the open cases in the Reading 

Rooms, not for Circulation sxix-xl 



07 Ul . 



COMMITTEE ON LIBRARIES. 

The Lord Provost. Councillor James Dick. 

Bailie Shaw Maxwell. Councillor Samuel Hoey. 

Bailie Arch. Campbell. Councillor J. H. Mathieson. 
Bailie William Borland. Councillor Matthew Mitchell. 

Dean of Guild Mason. Councillor Alexander Murray. 
Treasurer D. M. Stevenson. Councillor Alex. M'Cutcheon. 

Councillor James Barrie. Councillor Thomas Paxton. 

Councillor John Battersby. Councillor Andrew Hislop 

Councillor Hew Colquhoun. Pettigrew. 

Councillor M. J. Connell. Councillor William Primrose. 

Councillor John Battersby, Convener. 

Councillor Alexander Murray, Bub-Convener. 



Sub-Committee ox Finance. 
The Lord Provost. Councillor James H. Mathieson. 

Treasurer D. M. Stevenson. Councillor Alexander Murray. 

Councillor James Barrie. Councillor Alexander M'Cutcheon. 

Councillor Hew Colquhoun. Councillor William Primrose. 

Councillor James Dick. 

Councillor Alexander M'Cutcheon, Convener. 



Sub-Committee ox Literature. 
The Lord Provost. Councillor Hew Colquhoun. 

Bailie Shaw Maxwell. Councillor M. J. Connell. 

Bailie Archibald Campbell. Councillor James Dick. 

Bailie William Borland. Councillor Samuel Hoey. 

Councillor John Battersby. Councillor Andrew Hislop Pettigrew. 

Bailie Archibald Campbell, Convener. 



Sub-Committee ox Sites axd Buildings for District Libraries. 
The Lord Provost. Councillor Samuel Hoey. 

Bailie Shaw Maxwell. Councillor James H. Mathieson. 

Bailie William Borland. Councillor Matthew Mitchell. 

Dean of Guild Mason. Councillor Alexander Murray. 

Treasurer D. M. Stevenson. Councillor Alexander M'Cutcheon. 

Councillor John Battersby. Councillor Thomas Paxton. 

Councillor James Dick. Councillor AndrewHislop Pettigrew. 

Councillor John Battersby, Convener. 

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LIBRARY SERVICE. 



City Librarian : Francis Thornton Barrett. 

The Mitchell Library, Miller Street. For reference only. 

175,000 volumes ; 500 current periodicals. 

Sub -Librarian : John Ingram. 
Chief Assistant : Robert Adams. 
Senior Assistant : Robert Bain. 

District Libraries. 

Superintendent of District Libraries : Septimus A. Pitt. 

Chief Assistant : Miss M. Cochrane. 

Hutchesontown Library, M'Neil Street. 

Librarian : Charles W. Hedden ; Sub-Librarian : Miss E. Mclntyre. 

Anderstos Library, Macintyre Street. 

Librarian : Frederic Kent ; Sub-Librarian : Miss M. Turner. 

Bridgetox Library, Landressy Street. 

Librarian : John Roy ; Sub- Librarian : Miss J. Watson. 

Dennistoun Library. Craigpark. 

Librarian : Charles A. Bradley; Sub- Librarian : Miss A. Reid. 

Gorbals Library, 150, Main Street, S.S. 

Librarian : John Keith ; Sub-Librarian : Miss J. Cornfoot. 

Govanhill Library, Langside Road and Calder Street. 

Librarian: Edgar H. Parsons; Sub- Librarian : Miss J. Ingram. 

Kingston Library, 330, Paisley Road. 

Librarian : Joseph Norrie ; Sub-Librarian : Miss M. MacBain. 

Kinning Park Library, West Scotland Street. 
Librarian : Robert D. Macleod ; Sub-Librarian : Miss M. Kellie. 

Maryhill Library, 162, Wyndford Street. 
Librarian : William J. Phillips ; Sub-Librarian : Miss E. Turner. 

Parkhead Library, Great Eastern Road. 

Librarian: Alfred D. Gunnee ; S ub- Librarian : Miss J. Maclachlan. 

Pollok shields Library, Leslie Street. 

Librarian : John G. Ayton ; Sub-Librarian : Miss H. Mann. 

Springburk Library, Ayr Street and Vulcan Street. 

Librarian : Amos Clare ; Sub-Librarian : Miss F. Mackenzie. 

Townhead Library, Castle Street. 

Librarian : Alexander Strain ; Sub-Librarian : Miss M. Mackinnon. 

Woodside Library, 343, St. George's Road. 

Librarian : John McDonald ; Sub-Librarian : Miss I. Wallace. 

Rankin Public Reading Room, 79, Whitevale Street. 

Keeper : Marr Grieve. 

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GLASGOW 
CORPORATION PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 



The Corporation Public Libraries of Glasgow are established and main- 
tained under the powers and provisions of the Glasgow Corporation 
(Tramways, Libraries, etc.) Act, 1899. The clauses of that Act relating 
to Libraries are in general effect in agreement with those of the Public 
Libraries (Scotland) Acts, 1887 and 1894, except that the management 
of the libraries is placed in the hands of the Corporation solely. 

The scheme of District Libraries adopted by the Corporation in- 
cludes sixteen Libraries and two Reading Rooms. The Libraries are of 
three grades, the largest being placed in the most densely populated 
districts. First-grade Libraries are placed in Anderston, Bridgeton, 
Gorbals, Townhead, and Woodside. Second-grade Libraries in 
Hutchesontown, Dennistoun, Govanhill, Kingston, Maryhill, Park- 
head, and Springburn. Third-grade Libraries in Hillhead, Kinning 
Park, Langside, and East Pollokshields. Sites have not yet been 
secured for Hillhead and Langside. The Library at Gorbals is located 
in the large halls attached to the Public Baths, which are rented from 
the Baths Committee for the purpose ; for the other Libraries new 
buildings have been provided. 

The cost of the buildings for the District Libraries has been met 
by the great liberality of Dr. Andrew Carnegie, who for this purpose 
made the munificent gift of £100,000. 

Each branch library contains a lending department ; a large general 
reading and news room, with newspapers and magazines, and an open 
collection of reference and other books ; a reading room for women ; 
reading rooms for boys and girls ; and the necessary staff and store 
accommodation. 

FORMATION AND USE OF THE LIBRARIES. 

In the selection of the books forming the several branches of the 
lending department, what may be termed a principle of variation or 
differentiation has been observed. It is recognised that there are 
many books which by reason of their importance or popularity must 
be placed in each of the district libraries ; but as far as possible 
definite subjects, as for example dyeing, or socialism, or electrical 
engineering, are represented by different books in the different 

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INTRODUCTION. 

\ libraries. The same principle of variation has applied in the selection 
of the newspapers, magazines, and other periodicals provided for 
the service of the various reading and news rooms. By this means 
each branch library becomes complementary or supplementary to all 
the others, and the total range of literature thus made available for 
the service of readers is largely increased. 

In order to render the collections thus formed as easily and generally 
accessible as possible, all persons who qualify as borrowers under 
the Rules are at liberty to draw books from any branch, though not 
from two at the same time. At each library .the catalogues of all the 
others, as far as published, are available for consultation, and the 
student who has exhausted the resources of the library he usually 
visits is able to see there what books in his subject may be had from 
the other branch libraries. As a further convenience to borrowers, 
there has been instituted a daily exchange service between all the 
branch libraries and a central point, by means of which any borrower 
is enabled to have books (other than novels) sent from any branch 
library to the library nearest his home, from which they are issued 
in the usual way. 

HUTCHESONTOWN DISTRICT LIBRARY. 

The Hutchesontown District Library occupies a site in M'Neil 
Street, quite near to Rutherglen Road. It has a frontage of 90 feet 
and a depth of 71 feet. The main entrance, which is centrally situated, 
gives access to the General Reading Room (61 feet by 33 feet), the 
Ladies' Reading Room (28 feet by 21 feet), and the Lending Depart- 
ment (50 feet by 35 feet). The Juvenile Rooms, for which a separate 
entrance is provided, occupy the upper floor, and accommodate 96 boys 
and 62 girls. The building has been erected from designs by Mr. 
James R. Rhind, architect. 

The reading matter provided in the Reading Rooms consists of 
38 daily and weekly newspapers, 44 weekly periodicals, and 32 monthly 
and quarterly magazines, along with a collection of 400 volumes of 
reference and other books in open book-cases for use in the rooms 
only. The Juvenile Reading Rooms are provided with a stock of 
books suitable for the use of boys and girls. In the Lending Depart- 
ment there is accommodation for 20,000 volumes, and the present stock 
consists of 9,000 volumes. 

As the result of a gift of £25 by Alexander Lamberton, Esq., of 
Messrs. John Gray & Co., Ltd., Adelphi Street, the collection of 
books on technical subjects relating to the local industries has been 
materially strengthened. A further gift of scientific works was 
received from J. W. Woyka, Esq., of 241 Govan Street. 

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GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

THE CATALOGUE. 

The alphabetical form of catalogue has been adopted, as being that 
which, on the whole, is best qualified to satisfy the requirements and 
meet the convenience of the borrowers, and to make the resources of 
the Library readily accessible to them. In consulting a catalogue of a 
library the reader desires to ascertain if a certain work by a given 
author is in the library, or what works of that author are there ; or he 
wishes to find a particular book on some given subject, or what works 
on that subject are available ; or he is looking for a book bearing 
some given title. To meet these questions the books in the Library 
are in this catalogue entered under the names of their authors (in 
small capitals), under the subjects with which they deal (in clarendon 
type), and under their titles (in ordinary type). All these entries are 
arranged in one alphabetical sequence, so that the reader who is 
looking for a book by a given author, or on a given subject, or bearing 
a given title, will at once find the entry of it, if it be in the library. 
For readers who desire to survey as a whole any one of the larger classes 
or groups of related subjects, there is provided the means described 
under the heading "Classification" in a subsequent paragraph. 

In the case of authors who are known by more than one name, the 
name entered is that which is thought to be the one most generally 
known and used (Baroness Orczy, not Mrs. Montagu Barstow ; 
Ellen T. Fowler, not Mrs. Alfred L. Felkin). 4 In a few cases, 
however, where a well-known name has been replaced by a title or 
other later form, which is coming into general use, the latter has been 
used, as Lord Avebury, not Sir John Lubbock. References have 
been inserted where it appeared to be necessary, but the prepara- 
tion of a full reference list of pseudonyms and alternative forms of 
names, which will be applicable to the catalogues of all the district 
libraries, is held over for separate issue, together with other matters 
common to all the catalogues. Similarly, the words chosen as subject- 
headings are those in most general use, references being made here also 
when thought necessary. 

Classification. — In order to link together allied or related subjects, 
and so in some degree to combine the convenience of reference secured by 
the alphabetical arrangement with the advantages pertaining to the 
classified form of catalogue, two methods have been adopted. In the first 
place a tentative system of references has been introduced in the body of 
the catalogue. At the larger subject-headings, representing or covering 
one or other of the main departments of literature, after the titles of 
the books relating to that subject, there is entered a list of subordinate 
or subsidiary subject-headings connected with it, and consequently 

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INTRODUCTION. 

more or less closely related to each other ; and at each of these subject- 
headings there is a reference back to the main heading "for related 
subjects." An example will explain. At the heading Arts, Useful, 
there is a list of subordinate headings, representing different depart- 
ments or divisions of useful arts. One of these is Chemical technology, 
and at that entry will be found a reference back to Arts, Useful, for 
a list of related subjects. After the titles of the books on chemical 
technology, there is further a list of subjects included within that 
branch of useful arts, one of which subjects is Food. Accordingly, at 
Food will be found a reference back to Chemical technology for a list 
of related subjects, and, as before, a reference forward to sub- 
headings under Food, as for instance. Sugar. Briefly, the references are 
back to the superior heading for guidance to related subjects, and 
forward to the subordinate or divisional headings. 

The other method referred to consists in the preparation of a list of 
the subject-headings which occur in alphabetical order throughout the 
catalogue, but arranged in a classified or methodical ora\r. Under the 
main heading Sociology, for instance, will be found the headings 
which constitute the divisions and sub-divisions of that important 
department of literature. Together, this table and the system of 
references, will enable any reader who desires to do so to find what the 
library contains in the various departments of any of the larger 
divisions of literature. It should be stated that geographical subject- 
headings (names of countries, provinces, counties, towns, etc.) are not 
referred in the body of the catalogue, but they will be found classified 
in the table. See pages xxv-xxviii. 

Brief Annotation. — In many cases where the title-page of a book 
fails to indicate the character and scope of the work, brief explanatory 
notes have been added, sometimes in square brackets in the title, and 
sometimes by a line of small type below. 

Dates of Publication have (except in the case of novels) been 
inserted where space permitted. It may be taken that undated books 
are with few exceptions of recent issue. 

Contents and Analysis. — The contents of collected editions of an 
author's works, volumes of essays, etc., have been set out; and the 
several essays and works contained in them entered in their places in 
the catalogue under the appropriate headings, with an indication that 
the essay or other matter is contained In the work named. By this 
means the catalogue becomes to a considerable extent an index to many 
works of a collectaneous character, and much matter is brought to the 
knowledge of readers which would not otherwise appear. For instance, 
of the twelve titles quoted under the subject-heading Ethics, seven 

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GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

are of volumes wholly devoted to that subject, the other five being 
chapters in volumes of a more general kind. 

The abbreviations ill., maps, port., mem., bibl., following many 
titles mean respectively that the book so marked contains illustrations, 
or maps, or a portrait or memoir of the person whose name is the first 
word of the entry, or a bibliography. This last feature will be found 
useful ; it means that the book to which it is appended contains a list 
of works relating to the subject indicated by the heading, or to the 
person whose name commences the line. 

Numbering. — A system of numbering has been adopted which 
secures a fairly close classification of the books on the shelves, and at 
the same time serves all library purposes save that of accession number 
only. Fiction, poetical works, and essays by individual authors, and 
individual biography, have numbers composed of letters and figures, 
the letter being the initial of the author in the three first-named, and 
of the subject in biography. In fiction the letter is placed between 
figures, in biography before figures, and in poetry after figures ; the 
marking for essays is the same as for fiction, with the letter E prefixed. 
All other books (except volumes of periodicals) have a number which is 
both a classification and a book number. It consists of five figures, of 
which the first three are, with some departures, the leading figures 
in Mr. Melvil Dewey's " Decimal classification," and the last two 
the number of the book within that group. 

A complete list of writers of works of fiction in the catalogue will be 
found under the heading "Fiction" (p. 116); of poetical works 
under " Poetry " (p. 273) ; of dramatic works under "Drama " (p. 96) ; 
of essay writers under "Essays" (p. 109); and of writers of sermons 
under "Sermons" (p. 311). On p. 383 will be found lists of writers 
in languages other than English. 






GLASGOW CORPORATION PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 



BYE-LAWS AND REGULATIONS FOR THE MANAGEMENT 
OF THE DISTRICT LIBRARIES. 

1. In these Bye-laws the word " Library" shall mean any and every 
District Public Library or Reading Room under the control or manage- 
ment of the Corporation of Glasgow, and the rooms, passages, and other 
adjuncts thereof; the expression "The Librarian" shall include the 
City Librarian and his Assistants ; and the word " Book " shall include 
newspapers, periodicals, pictures, maps, and other matter of a similar 
nature ; and such words as indicate the singular shall include the plural, 
and the plural the singular, and those indicating males include females. 

2. The City Librarian shall have the general charge of the Libraries, 
and shall be responsible for the safe keeping of the books and all other 
property belonging thereto. 

3. The Libraries shall be open to the public free of charge on such 
days and during such hours as the Corporation, or the Committee 
appointed by them for the management of the Libraries, may from 
time to time direct ; and the Corporation or Committee shall have 
power to close any one or all of the Libraries wholly or partially during 
such time as they may think fit. The Librarian may exclude persons 
whose conduct or condition is in contravention of these Bye-laws ; but 
persons so excluded may appeal to the Committee on Libraries. 

4. No person who is intoxicated, uncleanly in person or clothing, or 
who is suffering from an infectious or offensive disease, shall enter or 
be allowed to remain in any Library. No audible conversation shall be 
permitted in any Reading Room, nor shall any person partake of 
refreshments, whistle, smoke, spit, or sleep therein, or bring in any 
animal, or any cycle, or other cumbrous or inconvenient article ; and 
no person shall interfere with the arrangements for conducting any 
Library, or with the comfort of any readers therein, or use the Library 
for any purposes other than those for which it is intended. 

5. No person shall take any book from any book-case or shelf of a 
Library, except from the open shelves ; or remove any book or other 
article from a Reading Room ; or pass within any barrier or enclosure 
unless by special permission of the Librarian. The admission of persons 
under fourteen years of age to any Reading Room shall be in the 
discretion of the Committee on Libraries or the Librarian. 

6. Books may be borrowed from the Lending Departments by Rate- 
payers of the City of Glasgow, and by other persons over fourteen years 
of age who reside or who are employed within the municipal boundaries. 
Persons desiring to become Borrowers must apply for and fill up the 
forms provided for the purpose, which contain an undertaking to con- 
form to these Bye-laws and Regulations, and a guarantee to make 

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GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

good any loss or damage occurring to books while in their possession. 
Ratepayers may sign the guarantee in their own behalf ; Non-rate- 
payers must obtain the guarantee of a Ratepayer. Persons from eight 
to fourteen years of age may borrow books from the Juvenile Depart- 
ments on obtaining the necessary guarantee. Any person otherwise 
qualified, who does not furnish the guarantee of a Ratepayer, may 
obtain a Borrower's ticket on leaving with the Librarian a deposit of 
Ten Shillings, which will be held during the currency of the ticket as 
security for the return in good condition of books borrowed, and for 
the payment of any fines incurred. All tickets and guarantees shall 
be valid for two years from the date of issue, unless previously 
surrendered or cancelled. 

7. Any Ratepayer who has become Guarantor for a Borrower, and 
desires to withdraw his guarantee, shall give notice thereof in writing 
to the Librarian, who shall grant a release as soon as he shall have 
ascertained that no liability exists in connection with the said Borrower. 

8. The Borrower must produce his Library ticket each time application 
is made for a book, and each time a book is returned to the Library. 

9. A Borrower shall have the use of only one ticket, upon which 
only one work may be issued at a time. Books may be borrowed from 
and returned to any Lending Library ; and on filling in and lodging a 
special request form at any Library, a book (other than fiction and 
books for juveniles) may be had from another Library on the following 
or second day, provided the book is not at the time in the hands of 
another Borrower. 

10. Borrowers are cautioned against transferring or losing their 
tickets, as they and their Guarantors will be held responsible for all 
books borrowed from any Library on such tickets ; on ceasing to use a 
ticket, the Borrower must return the same to the Library to which it 
belongs, for cancellation. Changes of residence must be intimated, in 
writing, within one week to the Librarian. 

11. Books borrowed shall be returned to a Library within ten days. 
If not so returned, a fine of one penny shall be paid by the Borrower 
for the first week or portion of a week following ; and if not returned 
within one week after the expiry of the original ten days, a further 
fine of one half-penny shall be paid for each day the book is longer 
detained. A loan may be renewed if the book be not required by any 
other Borrower. 

12. If a Borrower fails to return a book within four weeks from the 
date of issue without having renewed his right to it in the interval, the 
Librarian shall request its immediate return, by post-card, letter, or 
otherwise, and the fines for non-return and the cost of recovery of the 
book shall be payable by the Borrower or his Guarantor. 

13. Borrowers and Readers are required to protect the books from 
injury while in their possession. They shall not soil any book, nor cut 
or tear any of its leaves, maps, pictures, or any other part, or turn 
down corners, or write or make any mark on any part of the book, or 
otherwise damage it or its binding. They shall not remove or erase 
or otherwise interfere with any official number, date, or other mark 
upon the book or its labels. In wet weather, Borrowers must protect 
books from wetting during conveyance to or from the Library. In the 
event of any book being lost or injured the Reader, or the Borrower or 

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BYE-LAWS AND REGULATIONS. 

his Guarantor will, in addition to the fines for non-return, be required 
to pay a sum sufficient to repair or replace the book. 

14. Books shall be borrowed and returned only by Borrowers in 
person or by responsible messengers, who shall be competent to take 
due care of the books and tickets. The Librarian shall have power to 
refuse books to persons whom he considers unfit to take proper care 
of them. 

15. Borrowers must examine their books as early as possible after 
receiving them, so that if they are imperfect or damaged the same 
may be reported to the Librarian at once. Otherwise they shall be 
responsible for the said imperfection or damage. 

16. Borrowers may propose books for addition to the Libraries, or 
make other suggestions, on forms provided for this purpose at each 
Library, which shall be submitted to the Committee on Libraries for 
their consideration. All proposals or suggestions must be signed and 
address stated by the proposer. 

17. Borrowers in whose homes there is any infectious disease must 
deliver books and tickets in their possession to the Sanitary Authority 
of the City, and must make no further use of the Libraries until the 
house has been declared free from infection. Any Borrower who 
neglects to comply with this regulation shall lose the use of his Library 
ticket, and shall not be allowed to borrow books again without the 
consent of the Committee on Libraries. 

18. The books on the " Open Shelves " in the Reading Rooms shall be 
available, without written application, but for use in these Rooms only. 

19. Persons reading any magazine or other periodical must surrender 
the same within fifteen minutes after it has been asked for by another 
reader. 

20. Any person contravening or offending against the foregoing Bye- 
laws and Regulations may be excluded or removed from the Library by 
the Librarian or by any police constable instructed by him for such 
purpose, and such person shall also be liable to the statutory penalties 
provided for under the Glasgow Corporation (Tramways, Libraries, 
etc.) Act, 1S99. 

Signed in name and by appointment of the Corporation, this 
Twenty-first day of November, Nineteen hundred and one. 

(Signed) SAMUEL CHISHOLM, Lord Provost. 
WILLIAM FIFE, Convener. 
J. 1). MARWICK, Town Clerk. 

©Glasgow, 10th January, 1902. I allow and confirm the fore- 
going Bye-laws. 
(Signed) ROBERT BERRY, Sheriff of Lanarkshire. 



xui 



A FEW WORDS TO BORROWERS ON THE USE AND 
TREATMENT OF BOOKS. 

In connection with the system of lending out books from the Public 
Libraries forpiome reading, a few words as to the manner and spirit in 
which the books should be used may be permitted, and may in some cases 
be useful. It frequently happens that books suffer much injury from 
want of thought and want of care, without any ill intention on the part 
of the person through whom such injury occurs. 

It may be pointed out that the books in the Libraries are the property 
of the citizens, and that it is altogether in the interest of the borrowers 
themselves that each one of them should avoid any practice calculated 
to diminish the usefulness of the books. With careful and considerate 
treatment a book will last far longer, and serve a much greater number 
of readers, than if exposed to careless or reckless usage. 

Great care should be taken to avoid soiling the books. The hands 
should be washed before reading, and even then the very bad though very 
prevalent habit of wetting finger or thumb to turn the leaf should be avoided. 
If the book be read at meal times every precaution should be taken to 
prevent its being in any way soiled or marked, and it should be kept 
well away from food or cups or glasses. When the book is not in use it 
should be kept in a secure place provided for it, out of the reach of 
young children. It is an excellent plan to keep a wrapper of clean paper 
about the book during the time it is in the borrower's possession. 

The place of reading should be marked by the insertion of a piece of 
clean paper as a book mark, not by turning down the corner or fore-edge 
of the leaf or by putting in any bulky article, as pencils, scissors, etc. 

No writing or other marking of any kind is permitted on any book 
belonging to the Libraries ; nor any cutting, tearing, or other injury to 
a book or any part of it. In wet weather the books must be protected 
by a covering during carriage from and to the Library. 

It is requested that any injury or imperfection in any book be 
immediately pointed out by the borrower to whom the book is issued. 



Should infectious disease occur in houses where there are 
Library books, the book or books and Borrower's ticket must 
not be returned to the Library, but handed over to any Officer 
of the Sanitary Authority of the City for disinfection or 
destruction. A similar course should be followed in the case 
of books which have been in the hands of persons suffering 
from consumption. 

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CLA SSIFICA TION. 



CLASSIFICATION. 



TABLE OF SUBJECT-HEADINGS. 



In the catalogue, the various subject-headings, whether general or 
specific, occur at their places in alphabetical sequence. The classified or 
methodical arrangement of the same subject-headings contained in the 
pages immediately following has been prepared for the convenience of 
students and readers who may desire to refer to all the entries belonging 
to one or other of the larger departments of literature, so far as 
represented in this library. Under the heading Sociology, for instance, 
are assembled all the subsidiary headings belonging to that class, 
arranged in related groups and sections ; so that the student of Sociology 
is enabled, by referring to these headings and the body of the catalogue, 
to ascertain what the library possesses in that department of knowledge 
or of speculation. The scheme of classification used in this table, as 
also in the numbering of the books, is (with some departures) the 
"decimal" classification devised by Mr. Melvil Dewey of New York 
now very largely used by libraries in many parts of the world. 

The words in the table marked with an asterisk (*) are not them- 
selves subject-headings, but are inserted to give the necessary connexion 
between preceding and following headings. 



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GENERAL AND BIBLIOGRAPHICAL HEADINGS* 

BOOKS 1 ENCYCLOPAEDIAS 



Printing. Bookbinding. Indexing. 
Reading. Authorship. Copy- 
right. Bookselling 

LIBRARIES 

British Museum 



Fallacies 



PERIODICALS 



NEWSPAPERS. JOURNALISM 

Edinburgh review 



PHILOSOPHY 



Meditations. Science. Being. 
Knowledge. Destiny. Sab- 
conscious. Personality. Soul. 
Future state 

MIND AND BODY 

Brain. Personality 
Mental derangements* 

- Insanity. Memory. "Will 
Superstition 

- Occultism. Illusions. Second 

sight. Fortune-telling. Witch- 
craft. Astrology. Spiritualism 

Hypnotism. Psychical research. 
Clairvoyance. Thought-reading 

Sleep. Dreams 

Genius 

Physiognomy* 

- Expression 
Phrenology 

PHILOSOPHIES* 

Idealism. Mysticism. Pantheism. 
Pessimism. Positivism. Re- 
alism. Stoicism. Sufism. 
Theosophy 

PSYCHOLOGY 

Children 
Psycho-physics 
Subconscious 
Intellect 

- Genius 
Senses. Brain 
Reason 



PSYCHOLOGY— Contimied 

Memory 

Imagination 

Passions 



LOGIC 

CONDUCT OF LIFE. 
DUTY 



ETHICS. 

Man 

Maxims 

Character 

Ignorance 

Theories.*" Philosophy of ethics* 

- Christian life. Happiness. Utili- 

tarianism. Altruism 
State ethics* 

- Citizenship. Peace. "War 
Family ethics* 

- Marriage. Divorce. "Woman. 

Children. Girls. Youth. Home. 
Servants 
Business ethics* 

- Gambling. Success. Thrift 
Social ethics* 

- Society. Conversation. Truth. 

Friendship. Love. Charity. 
Equality. Solitude. Play 
Temperance 

- Public-house trusts 
Other ethical topics* 

- Middle age. Old age. Heroism. 

Pleasantness. Toleration. Illness. 
"Worry. Good. Humanitarian - 
ism. Idlers. Purity. Silence. 
Suffering. Tragedy 



THEOLOGY, NATURAL^ 

Theism 

Pantheism. Theosophy 

Creation. Evolution 



RELIGION 

THEOLOGY, NATURAL— Continued 
Religion and science 
- Hand 
Future state 
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CLASSIFICATION, 



RELIGION— Continued 

CHURCH— Continued 

Worship* 

- Prayer book 

- Worship, Family 
Sacraments 

- Lord's Supper 
Missions 

- Lepers. Lovedale 
Revivals 



Bible commentaries. Bible dic- 
tionaries and concordances. 
Bible science. Bible charac- 
ters 

Bible, Old Testament 

- Creation. Jews. Prophecy 
Bible, New Testament 

- Apostles. Miracles. Parables. 

Lord's Prayer 



DOCTRINAL. * DOGMATICS. * 
THEOLOGY 

Ritschlianism 
God.* Trinity 

- Holy Spirit 
Jesus Christ 

- Incarnation. Atonement. Mira- 

cles. Parables 
Man* 

- Sin. _ Soul 
Salvation 

- Faith. Regeneration. Free will 
Eschatology* 

- Death. Millennium 
Future state 

- Heaven. Hell 
Creeds 

Christian evidences. Christianity 

- Religion and science 

THEOLOGY, DEVOTIONAL* 

Meditations. Reflection 

Hymns 

Christian life 

Prayer 

THEOLOGY, HOMILETIC. * 
THEOLOGY, PASTORAL 

Preaching 
Sermons 
Evangelism 
Mothers' meetings 
Girls 

CHURCH 

Church and state 
Church polity 
Sunday 



CHURCH HISTORY 

Christianity 
Crusades 
Reformation 
Monasticism 

- Monasteries. Benedictines. Jesuits. 

Nuns 
Persecution 

- Martyrs. Huguenots 
Heresies* 

- Mysticism 

CHRISTIAN CHURCHES AND 
SECTS * 

Church 
Sects 

Church, Greek 
Roman Catholicism 

- Popes 
Church, England 

- Clapham Sect. Oxford movement. 

Ritualism. Thirty-nine articles 
Protestantism 

- Calvinism 
Presbyterianism* 

- Church, Presbyterian 

- Church of Scotland 

Free Church 

Congregationalism 
Puritanism 
Methodism 
Unitarianism 
Quakers 

Plymouth Brethren 
Salvation Army 
Spiritualism 

RELIGIONS 

Non-Christian religions* 

- Mythology 

- Hinduism. Buddhism. Buddha. 

Zoroastrianism. Jews. Talmud. 
Mohammedanism. Fetichism. 
Taoism 



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SOCIOLOGY 



Civilization 

Society 

Reform 

Progress 

Statistics* 

- Population 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Citizenship 
Commonwealths 
Individualism 
Government 
Form of state* 

- Village communities. Democracy. 

Despotism 
Internal relations* 

- Liberty 
Elections 

- Reform. Reform Bill. Woman 

suffrage 
Colonies* 

- Colonies, British 

Darien Company 

Imperialism 

Emigration 
Slavery 

Foreign relations 
Parliament 

- Long Parliament. Commons, 

House of. Lords, House of 
Public meetings 
Parties, Political 

- Home rule. Liberalism. Chartism 

POLITICAL ECONOMY 

Capital. Labour. Wages 

- Value. Wealth. Children. Woman 

- Labouring classes* 

Agricultural classes 

Factories 

Housing of working classes 

- - Thrift 

Trade unions 

Unemployed 

Money 

- Banking 

- Coins and medals 
Exchange 

- Stock exchange 

- Investments. Interest 
Land 
Co-operation 

- Building societies. Friendly 

societies 



POLITICAL ECONOMY— amtfwwed 

Socialism 

- Anarchy. Equality. Nihilism. 

Land 
Finance. Income 

- Taxation 
Land 

- National debt 

Free trade and protection 

- Imperial federation 
Production. Industry 

- Cotton. Flax. Linen. Iron. 

Factories. Guilds. Railways. 
Ships. Trusts 
Pauperism* 

- Charity. Poor 

LAW 

Constitutions* 

- Great Britain, Constitution 
Criminal law* 

- Crime. Criminals. Trials. Police 

courts. Police. Scotland Yard. 
Prisons 
Law of special subjects* 

- Arbitration. Copyright. Reform 

Bill. Maritime law. Workmen's 
Compensation Act, 1906 

ADMINISTRATION* 

Imperial federation 
Civil service 

- Foreign Office. Post Office 
Pensions 

Local government 

- Cities. Garden cities. Police 
Government 

Military and naval art and science* 

- Conscription. Defence. Rifle. 

Tactics 

- Army. Peace. War 
Cavalry 

- Navy 

ASSOCIATIONS AND INSTITU- 
TIONS* 

Charity 
Prisons 
Secret societies* 

- Freemasonry. Rosicrucians 
Insurance 



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CLASSIFICATION, 



SOCIOLOGY— Continued 



EDUCATION 

Schools 

- School boards. Examinations. 

Children. Health. Blind. 
Technical education. Manual 
training. Woodwork 
Elementary education* 

- Kindergarten. Object lessons. 

Nature study. School gardening 
Culture 

- Self -culture. Conversation. De- 

bating. Lectures 
Classics 
Woman 
Universities 

- Edinburgh University. Glasgow 

University. Snell Exhibitions. 
Oxford University 
Public schools* 

- Westminster School 



COMMERCE. COMMUNICATION* 

Fur-trading. Postage stamps. 
Telegraph. Telephone. Trans- 
portation. Railways. Canals. 
Rivers. Sea. Mercantile 
marine. Weights and meas- 
ures. Decimal system 

CUSTOMS 

Costume. Care of person* 

- Perfumery. Rings 
Public and social customs* 

- Christmas 
Etiquette 
Woman's position* 

- Woman 
Gypsies 

Folk-lore. Proverbs. Mythology 

- Legends. Arthur, King 

- Indians, N. American 

- Fairy tales 
Arms and armour 



Universal language* 
- Language, Esperanto 



COMPARATIVE PHILOLOGY 
Spelling 

LANGUAGE, ENGLISH 
Punctuation 
Words 
Synonyms 
Metre 
Rhymes 
Essay-writing 
Speech 

Language, Scottish 
Language, Anglo-Saxon 

LANGUAGE, GERMAN 
Commercial correspondence 
Language, Dutch 
Language, Swedish 
Language, Danish 



LANGUAGE 

LANGUAGE, FRENCH 
Commercial correspondence 

LANGUAGE, ITALIAN 
Commercial correspondence 

LANGUAGE, SPANISH 
Commercial correspondence 
Language, Portuguese 

LANGUAGE, LATIN 

LANGUAGE, GREEK 



UNIVERSE 

NATURE 
Country life 
Object lessons. Nature study 

School gardening 
1 Beagle ' 



OTHER LANGUAGES* 

Language, Persian 
Language, Gaelic 
Language, Russian 
Language, Hebrew 
Language, Japanese 
Language, Tenerifan 

SCIENCE 

MATHEMATICS 



Logarithms 
Arithmetic 

- Decimal system. 
Algebra 

- Graphs 



Mensuration 



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SCIENCE— Continued 



MATHEMATICS— Continued 
Geometry 

- Circle. Conic sections 
Trigonometry 

Descriptive geometry. * Projection 

- Perspective 
Calculus 

ASTRONOMY 

Astrology 

Astronomical instruments" 

- Telescope 
Practical and spherical* 

- Photometry 

- Compass 
Solar system 
Moon 

- Eclipses 
Planets* 

- Venus 

- Uranus 
Comets 
Sun ' 

- Eclipses 
Stars 
Earth* 

- Winter 
Geodesy* 

- Surveying 
Navigation 

- Compass 
Chronology* 

- Time. Clocks and watches 

PHYSICS 
Matter 

Psycho-physics 
Mechanics 

- Statics 

- Perpetual motion. Force 
Fluids. Hydraulics 
Gases 

- Aerial navigation 
Sound 

Light 

- Radiation. Colour. Colour blind- 

ness. Rainbow. Spectrum. 
Photography. Lenses. Magic 
lantern 
Heat 

- Radiation 
Electricity 

- Electric currents. Lightning con- 

ductors. Electrochemistry. Elec- 
trons. Induction coils 



PHYSICS— Continued 
Magnetism 
Molecular physics* 

- Radium 

CHEMISTRY 

Theoretical chemistry* 

- Candles 
Analysis* 

- Sugar. Oil 
Qualitative analysis* 

- Spectrum 
Quantitative analysis* 

- Electrolysis 
Inorganic chemistry* 

- Radium 

CRYSTALLOGRAPHY 
MINERALOGY 



GEOLOGY 

Physical geography 

- Earth 

- Seismology* 
Earthquakes 

- Surface features of the earth* 

- - Mountains. Sea 

- Weather 

Air. Climate. Ice. Water. 

Rainbow 

- Stratigraphical geology* 

Ice age 

Economic geology* 

- Mineralogy. Mining. Coal 



FOSSILS 

Corals 

Man, Natural history of 

BIOLOGY 

Archaeology 
Ethnology* 

- Man, Natural history of 
Evolution. Creation 

- Heredity. Species. Sex. Man, 

Natural history of. Teeth 
Matter 
Microscopy 



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CLASSIFICATION. 



SCIENCE— Continued 



BOTANY 



Physiological and structural 
botany* 

- Seedlings 

- Fertilisation 
Orchids 

- Insectivorous plants 

- Economic botany* 
Timber 

- Geographical distribution 
Trees. Flowers 

- Fruit 
Cryptogams* 

- Ferns. Mosses. Lichens. Fungi. 

Alg*. Seaweeds. Fermenta- 
tion. Bacteria 

ZOOLOGY. NATURAL HISTORY 

Aquarium. Island life. Ponds. 

Sea. Seashore 
Physiological zoology* 

- Physiology 

- Anatomy 
Brain 

- Animals, Habits of 

- Animal intelligence 
Geographical distribution 



ZOOLOGY, NATURAL HISTORY- 

Continued 

Invertebrates 

- Zoophytes 

- Sponges 

- Lithophytes 

- Jelly-fish 

- Star-fish 

- Sea-urchins 

- Mollusks 

Brachiopods 

- 'Worms 

- Crustacea 

- Spiders 

- Insects 

Ants. Bees. Wasps. Butterflies. 

Moths 
Vertebrates 

- Fish, fishing 
Salmon 

- Batrachia 

- Reptiles 

- Lizards 

- Birds 

- Touch. Water-fowl. Eggs 

- Mammals 

Touch. Deer. Fox. Apes. 

Man, Natural history of 



ARTS, USEFUL* 



Receipts 

Technical education 
Inventions 



MEDICINE 

Nursing 

- Children 
Anatomy 

- Hand 
Physiology 

- Breathing. Digestion. Brain 
Health 

- Children 

- Food 

- - Milk 

- Colour blindness 

- Physical education 

- Dumb-bells. Gymnastics. Play 

- Temperance 

Alcohol. Cigarettes 

Health, Public 

- Food 
Bread 

- Children 



MEDICINE- Continued 

- Contagion 

- Bacteria 

- Air 

- Water 

- Protection of life* 
First aid 

Materia medica. Therapeutics 

- Homoeopathy. X rays. Alcohol. 

Mind and body. Will. Hydro- 
pathy 
Disease. Treatment* 

- Bacteria. Fermentation. Con- 

sumption. Digestion. Insanity. 
Nerves. Contagion. Typhus 
fever. Plague. Sleeping sick- 
ness 
Surgery* 

- Eye 
Veterinary medicine 

- Dog 

ENGINEERING 

Mechanics. Steam 
Strength of materials 

- Graphics 



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ENGINEERING— Continued 
Machinery. Engineering, Marine. 
Indicator. Engines. Steam 
engine. Governor. Injector. 
Steam trap. Locomotive. 
Traction engine. Boilers. 
Superheating. Hydraulics. 
Motor-cars. Turbines. Stok- 
ing 
Engineering, Electric 

- Dynamos. Induction coils. Elec- 

tric wiring. Electric lighting. 
Electric bells. Electrical instru- 
ments. Electric testing. Elec- 
tric traction. Electric currents. 
Commutators. Telegraph. Tele- 
graphy, Wireless. Telephone. 
Telephony, Wireless. Motors. 
Electro-plating. Electrochemis- 
try. Electrolysis. Electrometal- 
lurgy 
Oil engine. Gas engine 

- Air compressors 
Refrigeration 

Blowing engines. Pumps 
Mill work* 

- Valves. Hoisting machinery. 

Cranes. Saw-mills 
Tools 

- Dies. Grinding. Turning. Chucks 
Mining 

- Blasting. Ore. Coal 
Bridges. Roofs 
Railways 

- Tube railways 
Irrigation 
Hydraulics 
Sanitary engineering 

- Water supply. Drainage. Smoke. 

Ventilation 



AGRICULTURE 

Estate management 

Crops 

Chemistry, Agricultural 

- Soils. Vegetable mould 
Cotton. Coffee. India-rubber. 

Sugar 
Fruit 
Forestry 

- Timber 
Gardening 

- Vegetables 



AGRICULTURE— Continued 
Domestic animals 

- Horse. Poultry. Birds. Dog. 

Cat. Cavies. Ferret. Rabbit 
Dairy. Milk 
Bees 
Fish, fishing 

- Whaling 

DOMESTIC ECONOMY 

Cookery 

- Bread. Fruit. Game. Oysters. 

Puddings. Savouries. Vegeta- 
rianism 
Confectionery 

- Cakes. Pastry 
Food 

- Beverages 
Furniture 

- House decoration. Drapery 
Clothing* 

- Dressmaking. Millinery. Needle- 

work. Cutting-out 
Laundry 
Children 

COMMUNICATION. * COMMERCE 

Secretaries 

Typewriting 

Shorthand 

Telegraph 

Telephone 

Printing. Copyright 

- Bookselling 
Transportation 

- Mercantile marine. Railways 
Navigation 

- Ships. Steam navigation. Sea- 

manship. Knots. Canals. Sig- 
nals. Aerial navigation 
Professions 

- Accountancy. Civil service 
Book-keeping 

- Accountancy 
Business 

- Commercial correspondence. 

Commercial geography. Precis- 
writing. Banking 
Advertising 

CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY 

Electrochemistry 
Chemicals* 

- Ammonia 

- Casein 



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CLA SSIFICA TION. 



ARTS, USEFUL *— Continued 



CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY- 

Continued 

Chemistry 
Explosives 
Fuel 

- Peat 
Beverages 

- Brewing. Alcohol 
Food 

- Sugar 

- Preserving* 

- -= Fruit. Vegetables. Meat 

- Chocolate 

Oil. Gas. Acetylene. Candles 

- Lubricants. Stearine. Lighting. 

Petroleum. Lamps 
Pottery. * Glass 

- Clay 
Bleaching. Dyeing 

- Fibres. Carpets. Cotton. Calico- 

printing. Paint. Oil. Varnish. 
Colour 
Soap. Gelatine. Agglutinants. 
Glue 

METALLURGY 

Electrometallurgy. Iron. Steel. 
Copper. Brass. Blast fur- 
nace. Electric furnace 



INDUSTRIES AND MANU- 
FACTURES 

Founding 

- Copper. Iron. Pattern-making 
Metal work 

- Jewellery. Silversmithing. Iron. 

Steel. Bells 
Saw -mills 
Leather 
Paper 



INDUSTRIES AND MANU- 
FACTURES— Continued 

Textiles 

- Spinning. Weaving. Loom. Cot- 

ton. Thread. Lace. "Wool. 

Carpets. Hosiery. Tapestry. 

Linen. Jute 
India-rubber 
Celluloid 
Basket-making. Cigarettes 

MECHANIC TRADES* 

Clocks and watches 
Optical instruments 
Telescope 
Blacksmithing 

- Horse-shoeing 
Coach- building 
Cabinet-making 
Shoes. Leather-work 
Bookbinding 

Cutting-out. Millinery. Hats 
Sewing machines 

BUILDING 

Materials* 

- Concrete. Cement. Clay. Sand 
Plans.* Specifications* 

- Estimates. (Quantities. Arbitration 
Masonry. Plastering 

-'one. Bricklaying. Concrete 
Carpentry 

- Woodwork. Cabinet-making. Hand- 

railing. Window blinds 
Plumbing. Gas-fitting 
Heating. Ventilation 
House painting. House decoration. 

1'aperhauging 

- Gilding. Stencilling 
House decoration 

- Drapery 
Church decoration 
Shipbuilding 



AKTS, FINE 

ART, ARTS, ARTISTS 
^Esthetics 
Picture galleries 
Renaissance 

GARDENING 

School gardening 

Trees 

Climbing plants. Flowers 

- Rose. Ferns 



AND RECREATIVE* 

ARCHITECTURE 
Architectural construction 1 
- Foundations. Concrete 
Churches. Cathedrals 
Houses. Cottages 

SCULPTURE 

Wood carving 
Jewellery 
Leather- work 
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SCULPTURE - Continued 
Numismatics * 

- Coins and medals 
Metal work 

DRAWING. DECORATION. DESIGN 

Brush work 
Perspective 
Anatomy, Artistic 

- Expression 
Alphabets 
Handwriting 
Illuminating 

Textiles. Leather-work. Paper- 
hanging 
Needlework 

- Embroidery. Lace 
Painting, Glass 
House decoration 

- Drapery 
Furniture 

- Wood carving 

PAINTING 

Painting, Water-colour 

Enamelling 

Colour 

Landscape 

Pre-Raphaelitism 

ENGRAVING 

Wood engraving 

PHOTOGRAPHY 

Camera. Lenses. Enlarging. Fin- 
ger prints. Negatives. Re- 
touching. Slides 

MUSIC 

Harmony 
Counterpoint 
Musical form* 

- Canon. Fugue. Sonatas 
Instrumentation 



MUSIC— Continued 
Dramatic music* 

- Music, Operas and secular cantatas 

- - Bayreuth festival 

- Music, Musical comedies 
Sacred music* 

- Music, Church 

- Music, Oratorios and sacred can- 

tatas 
Singing. Ballads. Songs 

- Breathing. Voice. Tonic sol-fa 
Stringed instruments* 

- Pianoforte. Organ. Harmonium. 

Violin. Violoncello 
Wind instruments* 

- Contrabass. Bombardon 
Music, Instrumental* 

- Pianoforte. Organ. American 

organ. Violin. Violoncello 



AMUSEMENTS 

Ventriloquism 
Drama. Theatre 
Indoor amusements* 

- Dancing 

- Conjuring 

- Games 

Chess. Draughts. Billiards. 

Whist 
Outdoor sports* 

- Camping 

- Sports. Mountaineering 

Gymnastics. Dumb-bells, Swim- 
ming. Skating. Cycling. Archery. 
Croquet. Bowls. Golf. Tennis. 
Sailing. Yachts. Football. 
Cricket. Fives. Rackets 

Horsemanship 

- Coaching 
Fish, fishing 

- Salmon. Trout 
Hunting * 

- Falconry. Deer 
Shooting 

- Guns 



LITERATURE 



Criticism 
Rhetoric 

- Anecdotes. Debating. Elocution. 
Essay-writing. Oratory. Voice. 



Gesture. Speech. Letter-writing. 
Public meetings. Reading. Read- 
ings. Wit and humour 
Collections* 



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CLASSIFICATION, 



LITERATURE— Continued 



- Poetry 

Ballads. Hymns. Lyrics. Songs. 

Readings 
Aphorisms 
Authorship 
Autobiography 
Drama 
Essays 
Fables 
Fiction 

- Novelists 
Lectures 
Poetry 
Poets 
Quotations 
Table-talk 

LITERATURE, EUROPEAN 
LITERATURE, AMERICAN 

LITERATURE, ENGLISH 

Literature, Scottish 

- Poetry, Scottish 
Criticism 
Journalism 
Poetry 

- Metre. Ballads. Songs 
Drama 

Fiction 

- Novelists 
Essays 
Oratory 
Letters 



LITERATURE, ENGLISH -Continued 

Quotations 

Wit and humour 

- Anecdotes. Humourists. Satire 

LITERATURE, GERMAN 

Literature, Scandinavian* 

- Nibelungen Lied 

LITERATURE, FRENCH 
Maxims 
Literature, Provencal 

LITERATURE, ITALIAN 

Renaissance 

LITERATURE, SPANISH 

Literature, Portuguese 

LITERATURE, LATIN 

Classics 

LITERATURE, GREEK 

Classics 

LITERATURE OF OTHER 
LANGUAGES* 

Literature, Persian 
Literature, Celtic 

- Literature, Irish 

- Literature, Gaelic 
Literature, Russian 
Literature, Jewish 
Literature, Egyptian 



HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY, INCLUDING TRAVELS* 



HISTORY 



Archaeology 
- Monuments 
Civilization 
Battles 
Sieges 
Middle ages 
Crusades 
Renaissance 



VOYAGES 

Beagle. ' < Betsey. ' < Cachalot. ' 
* Discovery. ' ' Fram. ' ' Mary 
Park.' 'Rob Roy.' 'Sun- 
beam.' * Tantallon Castle ' 



GEOGRAPHY. TRAVEL 

Atlas 

Commercial geography 

Exploration 



Pioneering 



BRITISH EMPIRE. GREAT 
BRITAIN 
Colonies, British 
Jacobites 
Long Parliament 
Popish plot 
Rivers 

Spanish armada 
England 
- Cathedrals 



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Continued 



BRITISH EMPIRE. GREAT 
BRITAIN— Continued 

England — Continued 

- Lake district 

- Mersey 

- Scilly 

- Severn 

- Thames 

- Towns 

- (Counties) : — Devon. Kent. Somer- 

set. Surrey. Sussex. Yorkshire 

- London. British Museum. Crystal 

Palace. Lincoln's Inn. West- 
minster School 

- Bath. Brighton. Bristol. Can- 

terbury. Cheneys. Danby. Ex- 
moor. Hastings. Hereford. 
Juniper Hall. Newstead Abbey. 
Oxford. Oxford University. 
Peterborough. Preston. Beading. 
Rochester Cathedral. St. Albans. 
Salisbury Cathedral. Selborne. 
Southwell. Stonehenge 

Wales 

- Taff 
Scotland 

- Scottish life 

- Border 

- Clyde 

- Forth 

- Galloway 

- Gowrie conspiracy 

- Names, Geographical 

- Orkney 

- Highlands and Highlanders 
Hebrides 

Lewis 

- Aberdeenshire* 

- - Aberdeen 

- Argyllshire* 
Iona 

- Ayrshire 

Kilmarnock. Kirkmichael 

- Berwickshire* 

Eyemouth. Greenlaw 

- Dumbartonshire* 

Arran. Cardross. Gareloch. 

Rosneath. Row 

- Dumfriesshire* 
Enterkin 

- Fife 

Dunfermline. Largo. St. 

Andrews. Lundin Links. New- 
burn 



BRITISH EMPIRE. GREAT 
BRITAIN— ContinvM 

Scotlan d —continued 

- Glasgow 

Glasgow University 

- Inverness-shire* 

Glen Roy. Rothiemurchus. 

Skye. Inverness 

- Kinross-shire 

- Lanarkshire 

Carluke. Shotts 

- Midlothian* 

Edinburgh. Fala. Pentland 

rising 

- Peeblesshire* 
Minchmoor 

- Renfrewshire* 

- - Greenock. Kilmacolm. Paisley. 

Port Glasgow 

- Roxburghshire* 
Abbotsford 

- Selkirkshire* 
Yarrow 

- Stirlingshire 

- - Falkirk 

- Sutherlandshire 
Ireland 

- Connaught. Kerry. Aran Islands. 

Connemara. Names, Geogra- 
phical. Dublin 

EUROPE 

Baltic 

Black Sea 

Mediterranean* 

- Levant. Cyprus 
Riviera 
Germany 

- Holy Roman Empire. Franco- 

German war. Blenheim. "Weimar 
Austria-Hungary 

- Bohemia. Hungary. Tyrol. 

Transylvania 
Poland 
Netherlands 

- Holland 

- Belgium 

Waterloo 

France 

- France, Revolutions. Girondists. 

Diamond necklace. Franco- 
German war. Anjou. Brittany. 
Cevennes. Normandy. Paris. 
Falaise 



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HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY, INCLUDING TRAVELS* 

Continued 



EUROPE— Continued 
Spain 

- Spanish armada. Majorca. Penin- 

sular war. Granada. Alhambra. 
Corunna. Salamanca. San Se- 
bastian. Seville. Trafalgar 

Portugal 

Switzerland 

- Alps 
Italy 

- Tuscany. Lombardy. Metaurus. 

Rome. Amain Cathedral. Flo- 
rence. Pompeii. Siena. Venice. 
A 7 esuvius 

- Sicily. Syracuse 
Greece 

- Greco-Turkish war. Peloponnesian 

war. Athens. Marathon 
Russia 

- Russo-Japanese war. Tsu-shima. 

Caucasus. Crimea. Inkermann 
Turkey 

- Greco-Turkish war. Constantinople 
Byzantine Empire 

Balkans 

East and eastern question 

Scandinavia 

- Norway. Sweden. Denmark 

ASIA 

Asia Minor 

- Cyprus. Patmos 

Assyria. Babylonia. Hittites 

- Tell el Amarna tablets. Arbela 
Armenia 

Palestine 

- Jerusalem 
Sinai 
Syria 

- Palmyra 
Arabia* 

- Mecca. Medina 
Persia 

India 

- India, Mutiny. Delhi. Lucknow. 

Assam. Chota Nagpore. Kash- 
mir. Malabar. Malakand. Nepal. 
Sikhs 

Ceylon 

Afghanistan 

Indo-China 

- Malay Peninsula 

- Cambodia 



ASIA — Continued 
China 

- Tibet. Manchuria. Russo-Japanese 

war. Port Arthur. Hong-Kong 
Korea 
Japan 

- Russo-Japanese war. Tsu-Shima 
Siberia 

East, Far 

AFRICA, GENERAL 

Africa, North" 

- Morocco 

- Algeria 
Carthage 

- Tunis 

- Egypt 

Pyramids. Tell el Amarna tablets 

- Soudan 

- Tripoli 

- Nile 
Africa, Central 

- Congo Free State. Nyasaland 
Africa, West 

- Kumasi. Nigeria. Calabar 
Africa, East 

- Abyssinia. Uganda. Madagascar. 

Tonga. Tsavo. Zanzibar 
Africa, South 

- Africa, South, War. Basutoland. 

Cape Colony. Lovedale. Trans- 
vaal 

AMERICA, GENERAL 
America, North 

- Indians, N, American. Niagara. 

Rock}- Mountains 
Canada 

- Labrador 
United States 

- Missouri River. California. Connec- 

ticut. Florida. Indiana. Kansas. 
Kentucky. Maryland. Michigan. 
Missouri. New England. New 
York. Ohio. Vermont. Virginia. 
Astoria. Fort Johnson. Mon- 
terey. Saratoga 
America, Central* 

- Mexico 

- West Indies 

- - Jamaica 
Port Royal 

- Tobago 
America, South 

- Lima. Cuzco. Venezuela 



XXVll 



GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 



HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY, INCLUDING TRAVELS* 

Continued 



OCEANICA- 

Pacific* 

- Caroline Islands 

MALAY ARCHIPELAGO 

East Indies 
Straits Settlements 

- Singapore 
Borneo* 

- Brunei 

AUSTRALASIA 
New Zealand. New Hebrides 

Australia 

- Queensland 

- - Melbourne 
New Guinea 
Polynesia* 

- South Seas. Savage Island 

ARCTIC AND ANTARCTIC REGIONS 

Greenland 

North-west Passage 



BIOGRAPHY t 

Biographies of professions or 
classes 

Art, arts, artists. Astronomers 
Authors. Booksellers. Chan 
cellors. Christian biography 
Engineers. Essayists. Fami 
lies. Greeks. Hermits 
Heroes. Humourists. Irish 
women. Jesuits. Martyrs 
Ministers. Missionaries 

Musicians. Naval biography 
Novelists. Painters. Physic 
ians. Poets. Popes. Romans 
Saints. Scots. Statesmen 
Woman 

Genealogy* 

- Names, Personal 

- Heraldry 

Peerage. Landed gentry 



t Note. — Biographies 
under their names. 



of individuals are entered in the Catalogue 



XXVlll 






LIST OF BOOKS PLACED IN THE OPEN CASES 
IN THE BEADING ROOMS. 

These books are for use in the rooms only, and are not available 
for circulation. Those marked "L.R." are in the open case in the 
Ladies' Room. 

General works. 

Bibliography. Aids to reading. 

Books published by James MacLehose from 1838 to 1881, and 

by James MacLehose and Sons to 1905. 1905. - - 015*41 

Perkins (F. B.) and Jones (L. E.) eds. The best reading. 4 v. 016*028 
Hand-book of the Glasgow Corporation Public Libraries. 1907. 

ill. plans. 022 

Ireland (Alexander) ed. The book-lover's enchiridion. 1883. 028 
Robertson (John M. ) ed. Courses of study. 1904. - - 028 *3 

Baker (Ernest A.) Descriptive guide to the best fiction. 1903. 028*4 

- History in fiction. [1907]. 2 v. 028*4 

Nield (Jonathan) A guide to the best historical novels. 1904. L.R. 028*4 
Pitman's Where to look, guide to books of reference. 1907. - 028*7 

Encyclopaedias. Magazines, etc. 

Phyfe (William H.) 5000 facts and fancies. 1902. 031 

Cassell's Cabinet cyclopaedia. 1904. ill. - - - L.R. 032 

Chambers's Encyclopaedia. 1904. 10 v. ill. maps. ' - - 032 

Encyclopaedia Britannica. 1875-1903. 36 v. ill. maps. - - 032 

The Harmsworth encyclopaedia. 1906. 10 v. ill. maps. - 032 

Hazell's Annual, 1906, and continued, maps. - - - 032 

Quieter (Harry) ed. What's what. 1902. ill. maps. - L.R. 032 

Thomas (David M.) The day-book of wonders. 1897. - - 042 

Chambers's Journal, 1882-1904. 23 v. 052 

Knight (Charles) ed. Pictorial half hours. 4 v. in 2. ill. - 052 

Willing's Press guide and advertisers' directory. 1906. - - 072 

Wheatley (Henry B.) Prices of books. 1898. 090 

Philosophy. 

Calderwood (Henry) Vocabulary of philosophy. 1894. - - 103 

xxix 



GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 
Eeligion. 

Religious systems of the world. 1905. 202 

Blunt (John H.) ed. Dictionary of sects, heresies, ecclesiastical 

parties, and schools of religious thought. 1903. - - 203 
Helps to the study of the Bible, ill. maps. .... 220'2 
Young (Robert) Analytical concordance to the Bible, port. - 220*2 
Cheyne (Thomas K. ) and Black (J. S. ) Encyclopaedia Biblica. 4 v. 220 *3 
Eadie (John) Biblical cyclopaedia, ill. maps. - 220*3 

Easton (M. G.) Bible dictionary. 1897. ill. maps. - L.R. 220*3 

Clark (Samuel) Bible atlas; revised by Sir C.W.Wilson. 1900. 220*91 
Maclaren (Alexander) Expositions of Holy Scripture. 

Genesis, 222*11. Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, 222*12. Deuteronomy, 
Joshua, Judges, Ruth and I Samuel, 222. II Samuel, I Kingrs, II Kings to 
chap. 7, 222. Isaiah, 1-48, 2241. Isaiah, 49-66, 224*1. St. Matthew, 3 v., 
226*2. St. Mark, 2 v., 226*3. Acts of the apostles, 1-12, 226*6. 

Blunt (John H.) ed. Dictionary of theology. 1903. - - 230*03 

Beecher (Henry W.) A treasury of illustration, port. - - 243 

Campbell (James) and others. The Church of Scotland. 5 v. ill. 274*1 

Books in various departments of Sociology. 

Statesman's year-book, 1906, and continued, maps. - - 305 

Mulhall (Michael G. ) The dictionary of statistics. 1903. ill. 310*3 
Oliver and Boyd's Edinburgh almanac, 1906, and continued. - 314*14 
Whitaker's Almanack, 1906, and continued. - - - - 314*2 
Whates (Harry R.) The politician's handbook, a review. 1902. 320*3 

Browne (W. A.) Merchants' handbook of money, weights, and 

measures. 1899. 332*4 

Acland (Arthur H. D.) and Ransome (C.) Political history of 

England to 1906. 1906. - 342*42 

Lorimer (James) A handbook of the law of Scotland. 1894. - 349*41 
Jones (A. J. L. ) Guide to employment in the civil service. 1905. 351*1 
Handbook on the municipal enterprises [Glasgow]. 1904. ill. 352*041 
The county councils, municipal corporations, and parish councils 

companion, 1906, and continued. ----- 352*042 
McLellan (Duncan) Glasgow public parks. 1894. port. ill. 352*741 
Gemmell (Matthew) The societies of Glasgow. - - - 360*941 

Sonnenschetn's Cyclopaedia of education ; ed. by A. E. Fletcher. 370*3 
Gibson (L. M.) Handbook for literary and debating societies. - 374*4 
Aberdeen University calendar, 1905-6, and continued. - - 378*41 
Glasgow University calendar, 1906-7, and continued. - - 378*41 

Schooling (John H.) The British trade year book, 1880-1904. 1905. 380 
Blackburn (Helen) ed. Handbook for women engaged in social 

and political work. 1895. L.R. 396 

Englishwoman's year-book, 1907-8, and continued. - - L.R. 396 

Cheviot (Andrew) Proverbs and rhymes of Scotland. 1896. 398*941 

xxx 



BOOKS IN OPEN BOOKCASES. 

Philology. 
English. 

Mackey (Mary S. and M. G.) The pronunciation of ten thou- 
sand proper names. 1005. ------ 4215 

Chambers's Dictionary of the English language ; ed. by T. 

Davidson. 1901. ill. L.R. 423 

Encyclopaedic dictionary [of] the English language. 8 v. ill. - 423 

Nares (Robert) A glossary of words, phrases, names, and 

allusions. 1905. 423 

Stormonth (James) Dictionary of the English language. 1905. 423 
Roget (Peter M.) Thesaurus of English words and phrases. 1904. 424 
The slang dictionary, etymological, historical, and anecdotal. 1894. 427 
Jamieson (John) Dictionary of the Scottish language, abridged. 427*9 
Hall (John R. C. ) Concise Anglo-Saxon dictionary. 1898. - 429*3 

Other languages. 

Breul (K.) German and English dictionary. 1906. hibl. L.R. 433*2 

Schmidt (Tmmanuel) and Tanger (G.) Dictionary of the 

English and German languages. 1896. 2 v. - - - 433 '2 

Picard (H.) Pocket dictionary of English-Dutch and Dutch- 
English languages. 439*332 

Bjorkman (C. G.) Svensk-Engelsk ordbok. .... 439*732 

New pocket dictionary of the English and Dano-Norwegian 

languages. 1900. 439*832 

Clifton (E.) and McLaughlin (J.) New dictionary of French 

and English languages. 1905. 443*2 

Edgren (Hjalmar) An Italian and English dictionary. 1904. 453*2 
Bustamante (F. C.) Dictionary of Spanish and English. 1903. 2v. 463*2 
Valde7 ; (Joao F. ) Portuguese-English and English-Portuguese 

pronouncing dictionary. 2 v. 469*32 

Smith (Sir William) ed. Latin-English dictionary. 1904. - 473*2 
Liddell (Henry G.) and Scott (R.) Greek-English lexicon, 

abridged. 1903. - - - 483*2 

McAlpine (Neil) A pronouncing Gaelic dictionary and a 
Gaelic grammar; with an English -Gaelic dictionary by 

J. Mackenzie. 1903. 491*63 

Alexandrow (A.) Complete Russian-English and English- 
Russian dictionary. 1904-5. 2 v. 491*72 

Natural science. 
Dictionaries, etc. 

Pouchet (Felix A.) The universe. 1874. col. ill. - - - 502 

Fernald (James C.) Scientific side-lights. 1903. 503 

Stormonth (James) A manual of scientific terms. 1903. - 503 

xxxi 



GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Mathematics. 
Ball (W. W. R.) Short account of the history of mathematics. 510*9 

Astronomy. 

Ball (Sir Robert S.) Story of the heavens. 1905. ill. - - 523 
Newcomb (Simon) Popular astronomy. 1898. ill. 523 

Physics. 

Deschan el (Augustin P.) Natural philosophy. 1904-5. ill. 

1. Mechanics, hydrostatics, pneumatics, 531. 2. Heat, 536. 3. Elec- 
tircity, 537. 4. Sound and light, 534. 

Chemistry. 

Arnold (Carl) Chemistry, general, inorganic, organic. 1904. 540*2 
Bloxam (Charles L.) Chemistry, inorganic and organic. 1903. ill. 540*2 
Alles (John A. ) Tables for iron analysis. 1896. - - - 543*7 

Geology. 

Geikie (James) Outlines of geology. 1903. ill. - - - 550*2 
Oldham (Thomas) Geological glossary for theuse of students. 1879. 550*3 

Prehistoric archaeology. 

Nadaillac (Marquis de) Manners and monuments of pre- 
historic peoples. 1892. ill. . - - - - - - 571 

- Botany. 

Lyons (A. B.) Plant names, scientific and popular. 1900. - 580*3 
Knight (Alfred E.) and Step (E.) The living plant, hill. ill. 581 

Zoology. 

Duncan (P. M.) and others. Cassell's Natural history. 1896- 

1901. 6 v. in 3. ill. 590 

Swayslasd (W.) Familiar wild birds. 1903. 4 v. col. ill. - 598*2 

Useful arts. 
Dictionaries, etc. 

Benjamin (Park) ed. Wrinkles and recipes from the Scientific 

American. 1901. ill. 603 

xxxii 



BOOKS IN OPEN BOOKCASES. 

Goodchild (G. F.) and Tweney (C. F.) eds. A technologica 
and scientific dictionary. 1906. ill. 

Simmonds (P. L. ) Commercial dictionary of trade products 
terms [etc.] 1892. 

Spon (Ernest) and others. Workshop receipts. 1902-4. 5 v. ill 

Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College calendar 
1905-6, and continued. --..-.. 
- Annual report, 1905-6, and continued. .... 
Routledge (Robert) Discoveries and inventions. 1905. ill. 
Britain at work, description of our national industries. 1902. ill 



603 

603 
603 

607 41 

607 41 

609 

609 42 



Medicine. 
Bell (Robert) The deputy physician. 1900. - 610-3 

Black's Medical dictionary ; ed. by J. D. Comrie. 1906. ill. L.R. 610*3 
Oliver (Thomas) and others. Dangerous trades, historical, 

social, and legal aspects. 1902. ill. .... 613*6 

Miles (Eustace H.) Cassell's Physical educator. 1904. ill. - 613-71 
Hamer(W. H.) Manual of hygiene. 1902. ill. - - - 614'02 
Ambulance work and nursing. ------- 614*88 

Engineering. 

Hiscox (Gardner D. ) Mechanical movements, powers, devices, 

and appliances. 1905. 2 v. ill. - ... 621 

Horner (Joseph G. ) ed. Lockwood's Dictionary of terms used 

in mechanical engineering. 1902. - ... 621 03 

Kent( William) The mechanical engineer's pocket-book. 1906. ill. 621*08 
Templeton (William) and Hutton (W. S.) Practical mechanic's 

workshop companion. 1900. ill. - 621*08 

Houston (Edwin J.) A dictionary of electrical words, terms, 

and phrases. 621*3 

Slingo (W.) and Brooker (A.) Electrical engineering. 1903. ill. 621*3 
Walmslev (R. M.) Electricity in the service of man. 1905. ill. 621*3 
Knight (Cameron) The mechanician, construction and manipu- 
lation of tools. 1897. ill. - - - . - - 621*9 
Leonard (W. S.) Machine-shop tools and methods. 1905. ill. 621*9 
Rose (Joshua) The complete practical machinist. 1905. HI. - 621*9 
Wardle (W. ) Practical coal mining. 1S91. port. ill. - - 622*33 



Agriculture. 

West of Scotland Agricultural College calendar, 1906-7, and 

continued. ... . 630*741 



xxxin 



GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Domestic economy. 

Beeton (Mrs. I.) The book of household management, ill. L.R. 640 
Spons : Household manual, domestic receipts. 1902. ill. - L.R. 640 

Cassell's New dictionary of cookery. 1906. ill. - - L.R. 641 

De Salis (Mrs. Harriet) A la mode cookery, up-to-date 

recipes. 1902. ill. L.R. 641 

Duckitt (Hildagonda J. ) Hilda's." Where is it?" of recipes. L.R. 641 

Communication. Commerce. 

Pitman (Sir Isaac) Shorthand instructor ; [with key]. 2 v. - 653*6 
Reed's Shipowners' and shipmasters' handy-book ; ed. by H. 

Whittingham. 1906. 656 

Business blue book. --------- 658 

Cordingley (W. G.) A counting-house guide. 1904. - - 658 

Ootsworth (M. B.) Direct calculator, from 1 to 1000. 1903. - 658 

Slater (J. A.) Pitman's Business man's guide. ... - 658 

Chemical technology. 

Brannt (William T.) and Wahl (W. H.) The technochemical 

receipt book. 1905. ill. 660*3 

Wright (Herbert E.) A handy book for brewers. 1897. - 663*3 
Brannt ( William T.)ed. The manufacture of vinegar. 1901. ill. 664*5 

Including cider, fruit wines, etc. ; pickles, mustards ; preservation of 
fruit, meat, fish, and eggs. 

Cain (John C.) and Thorpe (J. F.) The synthetic dye-stuffs. 

1905. ill. - - - 667*2 

Rawson (Christopher) and others. A dictionary of dyes, 

mordants [etc.] used in dyeing and calico printing. 1901. 667*2 

Rothwell (C. F. S.) Printing of textile fabrics, cotton, woollen, 

silk, and half-silk. 1897. ill. 667*2 

Duerr (George) and Turnbull (W.) Bleaching and calico- 
printing. 1896. ill. - - - - ' - - - 667*3 

Manufactures. 

Bolland (Simpson) The encyclopaedia of founding. 1901. ill. 671 

Chase (I. McK.) The art of pattern-making. 1903. ill. - - 671 
Hasluck (Paul N.) ed. Metalworking, tools, materials, and 

processes. 1904. ill. ....... (J71 

Hannan (William I. ) The textile fibres of commerce. 1902. ill. 677 

Holmes (James) Calculations in cotton weaving. 1903. - - 677 

Other useful arts. 

Saunier (Claudius) The watchmaker's hand-book. 1905. ill. 681 

xxxiv 



BOOKS IN OPEN BOOKCASES. 

Building. 

Sutcliffe (G. L. ) ed. Principles and practice of modern house- 
construction. 1900. 6 v. col. ill. ----- 690 2 

Ellis (George) Modern practical joinery. 1904. ill. - - 694 

Hasluck (Paul N.) ed. The handyman's book of tools, 

materials, and processes in woodworking. 1903. ill. - 694 

Gardner (Franklin B. ) The painters' encyclopaedia. 1905. ill. 698 1 

Fine arts. 

Reinach (S.) The story of art throughout the ages. 1904. bill. ill. 709 

Landscape gardening. 

Drury (W. D.) The book of gardening. 1900. ill. - - 710 

Williamson (William) The British gardener. 1901. ill. L.R. 710"2 

Architecture. 
Gwilt (Joseph) An encyclopaedia of architecture. 1903. ill. - 720 *3 

Numismatics. 
Humphreys (H. N.) Coin collector's manual. 1871. 2 v. ill. 737 

Design. 

Harrison (T. E. ) and Townsend (W. G. P.) Some terms com- 
monly used in ornamental design. 1906. ill. - - 745 

Needlework. 

Caulfeild (S. F. A.) and Saward (B. C.) Dictionary of needle- 
work, ill. L.R. 746 

Painting. 
Daryl (Philippe) Dictionary of painters. 1891. - - - 750 

Photography. 

Hasluck (Paul N.) The book of photography. 1905. ill. - 770 
Lambert (F. C. ) ed. A concise and practical dictionary of the 

photographer's daily practice. 1905. port. ill. - - 770*3 

Music. 

Riemann (Hugo) Dictionary of music. 780*3 

Upton (George P.) The standard operas, their plots, music, 

and composers. 1906. - - 782*1 

xxxv 



GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 



Amusements. 

Champlin (John D. ) and Bostock (A. E.) The young folks 5 

cyclopaedia of games and sports. 1899. ill. - - • 790 

"er (R. F. ) Encyclopaedia of games, indoor. 1901. ill. - 793 

Shearman (Montagu) and others. The young sportsman. 1900. ill. 796 



Literature. 

Brewer (Ebexezer C.) Dictionary of phrase and fable. 1904. port. 803 

- The reader's handbook of names, allusions, plots [etc.] 1902. 803 

Bell (David C. and A. M.) Standard elocutionist, 1905. HI.- 808*5 

Carpenter (J. E. j The popular elocutionist and reciter. 1906. 808*5 

Bartlett (John) Familiar quotations. 1902. - - - L.R. 808*8 
Garnett (Richard) and others. International library of 

famous literature. 20 v. port. ill. 808'8 

King (W. F. H.) Classical and foreign quotations. 1904.- - 808*8 

Latham ( Edward) Famous sayings and their authors. 1906. - 808*8 

Ward Anna L.) A dictionary of quotations in prose. - - 808*8 

American literature. 

Johnston (Alexander) and Woodburn (J. A.) American 

orations. 1903-4. 4 v. 815 

Mason (Edward T.) ed. Humorous masterpieces from American 

literature. 1902. ill. - 817 



English literature. 

Morley (Henry) A first sketch of English literature. 1894. - 820*2 

Mackay (Charles) ed. A thousand and one gems of English prose. 820*8 

Millar (John H.) A literary history of Scotland. 1903.- - 820*9 
Brooke (Stopeord A.) and Rolleston (T. W.) eds. Treasury of 

Irish poetry in the English tongue. 1905. - - 821*08 
Duff (Sik Mountstuart E. G.) ed. The Victorian anthology 

[poetry]. 1902. - - - - - - - - 821*08 

Mackay (Charles) ed. A thousand and one gems of English 

poetry. 1904. ill. - - - - - - 821*08 

Ward (Thomas H.) ed. The English poets, selections, Chaucer 

to Tennyson. 1903-5. 4 v. - - - - - - 821*08 

Clthbertson (John) Glossary to poetry and prose of Burns. L.R. 821*67 

Reid (J. B.) Concordance to poems and songs of Burns. 1889. 821*67 

Berdoe (Edward) The Browning cyclopaedia. 1906. - - 821*83 

Bartlett (John) New complete concordance [to] Shakespeare. 822*33 

Phin (John) The Shakespeare cyclopaedia and glossary. 1902. 822*33 

Cochrane (Robert) edr. The English essayists [selections]. - 824 

Harrison (Frederic) Choice of books, and literary pieces. - 824*89 

xxxvi 



BOOKS IN .OPEN BOOKCASES. 

Headlam (Cecil) Friends that fail not, essays. 1902. - - 824*89 

Adams (Charles K.) and Alden (J.) eds. Representative British 

orations. 1900. 4 v. 825 

Cochrane (Robert) ed. The treasury of British eloquence. 

1902. port. 825 

Dalbiac (Philip H.) Dictionary of quotations, English. 1903. 828 
Hood (Edwin P.) The world of anecdote. 1897. 828 

Swan (Helena) Dictionary of contemporary quotations. 1904. 828 

Literature of other countries. 

Dalbiac (Lilian) Dictionary of quotations, German. 1906. - 838 
Harbottle (Thomas B.) and Dalbiac (P. H.) Dictionary of 

quotations, French and Italian. 1904. .... 848 

Harbottle (Thomas B. ) Dictionary of quotations, classical. 1906. 870*8 



History. 

Harbottle (Thomas B.) Dictionary of historical allusions. 1904. 903 

Haydn (Joseph) Dictionary of dates ; ed. by B. Vincent. 1906. 903 

Ueilprin (Louis) The historical reference book. 1905. - - 903 

Fisher (George P. ) Outlines of universal history. - - - 909 

Geography. Gazetteers. Atlases. Antiquities. 

Chisholm (George C.) Handbook of commercial geography. 

1904. maps. - - 910 

Reeves (E. A, ) ed. Hints to travellers, scientific and general. 

1906. 2v. ill. - - - 910*2 

1. Surveying and practical astronomy. 2. Meteorology. Photography. 
Geology. Natural history. Anthropology. Industry and commerce. 
Archaeology. Medical, etc. 

Chambers's Concise gazetteer of the world. 1906. maps. L.R. 910*3 

Longman's Gazetteer of the world. 1902. - - - - 910*3 

Philip's New handy general atlas of the world. - - - 912 

Savage (R. F.) An atlas of commercial geography. 1905. - 912 

Union-Castle [Steamship Co. 's] Atlas of South Africa. 1903. - 912*68 

Harper's Dictionary of classical literature and antiquities ; ed. 

byH. T. Peck, ill. 913*38 

Clinch (George) Handbook of English antiquities. 1905. ill. 913*42 

Dyer (Thomas F. T.) British popular customs. 1900. - - 913*42 

British Empire. 

Sanderson (Edgar) The British Empire in the nineteenth 

century. 1897-8. 6 v. ill. maps. 942 

b 2 xxxvii 



GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

United Kingdom. 

Bartholomew (J. G. ) The survey gazetteer of the British Isles. 

1904. maps. - - - 914-2 

Low (S. J.) and Pulling (F. S. ) eds. Dictionary of English 

history. 1904. 942 

England and Wales. 

Handbook for England and Wales. 1890. map. - - - 914*2 
Seaside watering places. 1906. ill. r 914*2 

Ireland. 

Cooke (John) ed. Handbook for travellers in Ireland. 1906. maps. 914*15 

Scotland. 

Anderson (Joseph) and others. Scottish history and life. 1902. ill. 941 
Cheviot (Andrew) Proverbs and rhymes of Scotland. 1896. - 398*941 
Craik (Sir Henry) A century of Scottish history [1745-1846]. 

1901. 2 v. - - - 94107 

Groome (Francis H.) ed. Ordnance gazetteer of Scotland. 

1901. map. 914*1 

Johnston (James B.) Place-names in Scotland. 1903. - - 929*441 
Millar (A. H.) Historical castles and mansions of Scotland, 

Perthshire and Forfarshire. 1890. ill. - - - - 914*413 
Millar (John H.) A literary history of Scotland. 1903. - 820*9 

Penney (Scott M.) ed. Handbook for travellers in Scotland. 

1903. maps. 914*1 

Rogers (Charles) Social life in Scotland from early to recent 

times. 1884-6. 3 v. 941 

Glasgow. 

Aird (Andrew) Glimpses of old Glasgow. 1894. port. - - 941*43 
Books published by James MacLehose from 1838 to 1881, and 

by James MacLehose and Sons to 1905. 1905. - - 015*41 

Boyd (Alexander S.) Glasgow men and women. 1905. ill. - 941*43 
Gemmell (Matthew) The societies of Glasgow. - - - 360 941 

Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College calendar, 

1905-6, and continued. - 607*41 

- Annual report, 1905-6, and continued. ------ 607*41 

Glasgow University calendar, 1906-7, and continued. - - 378*41 

Handbook on the municipal enterprises. 1904. ill. - - - 352*041 
Mackenzie (Peter) Reminiscences of Glasgow. 1865-6. 2 v. 941*43 
McLellan (Duncan) Glasgow public parks. 1894. port. ill. 352*741 
Post Office Glasgow directory for 1906-7, and continued. - - 914*143 
Rae (John J.) and others. The ministers of Glasgow, port. ill. 922 
Reid (Robert) and others. Glasgow, past and present. 1851-6. 

3 v. ill. --- 941*43 

xxxviii 



BOOKS IN OPEN BOOKCASES. 

Biography. 

Chambers's Biographical dictionary. 920 01 

Phillips (Lawrence B.) Dictionary of biographical reference. 920 01 

Who's who, 1906, and continued. 920 01 

Who's who year book, 1906, and continued. ... - 920*01 
Lee (Sidney) erf. Dictionary of national biography, epitome. - 920 042 

Rae (John J.) and others. The ministers of Glasgow, port. ill. 922 
Baker (Theodore) erf. A biographical dictionary of musicians. 

1905. port. - - 927 8 

Latham (Edward) Dictionary of names, nicknames, and sur- 
names. 1904. 929-4 

Whitaker's Peerage, 1906, and continued. - - - -929*721 

Griffin (James) Flags, national and mercantile. 1895. ill. - 929-9 



Europe. 

Germany. 

Baedeker (Karl) ed. Northern Germany [to] Bavarian and 

Austrian frontiers. 1904. maps. 914*3 

- Southern Germany, handbook for travellers. 1902. maps. - 914*3 

- Berlin and its environs, handbook. 1905. maps. - - - 914*315 

Austria-Hungary. 
Baedeker (Karl) erf. Austria-Hungary, handbook. 1905. maps. 914*36 

France. 

Baedeker (Karl) ed. Northern France, handbook. 1905. maps. 914*4 

- Southern France, including Corsica. 1902. maps. - - 914*4 

- Paris and environs, handbook for travellers. 1904. maps. - 914*436 

Italy. 
Baedeker (Karl) ed. Italy, handbook. 1903-6. 3 v. ill. maps. 914*5 

Spain and Portugal. 
Baedeker (Karl) erf. Spain and Portugal, handbook. 1901. maps. 914*6 

Scandinavia. 

Baedeker (Karl) erf. Norway, Sweden, and Denmark. 1903. 

ill. maps. 914*8 

Belgium and Holland. 

Baedeker (Karl) erf. Belgium and Holland. 1905. maps. - 914 93 

xxxix 



GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Asia. 
Baedeker (Karl) eel. Palestine and Syria, handbook. 1906. maps. 915*69 

Africa. 

Baedeker (Karl) eel. Egypt, handbook for travellers. 1902, maps. 916*2 
Union-Castle [Steamship Co. 's] Atlas of South Africa. 1903. - 912*68 

United States. 
Baedeker (Karl) ed. The United States, handbook. 1904. maps. 917*3 

South America. 

Marcoz (Paul) A journey across South America [Peru and b^W 
Brazil]. 1871-3. 4 v. port. ill. maps. - - - - 918*5 



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NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS. 



LIST OF NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS taken 
in the Reading Rooms of the Hutchesontown, Ander- 
ston, Bridgeton, tDennistoun, Gorbals, Govanhill, 
Kingston, Kinning Park, Maryhill, Parkhead, Pollok- 
shields, Springburn, Townhead, and Woodside 
Libraries, and at the Rankin Reading Room, 
Whitevale Street. 









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— Telegraph, 






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Berlin : Post, 


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1 




— Tageblatt, 








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— Gazette, - 




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1 








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— Mail, .... 
























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— Post, .... 






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1 














Bradford Argus, - 






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1 














— Telegraph, 


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1 
























Bristol Mercury, - 


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1 














— Times and Mirror, - 




















1 








1 




— Western Press, 






















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— South Wales News, 




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1 












— Western Mail, 


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Cologne : Kolnische Zeitung, 




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Derry Journal, 






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— Irish Independent, - 


















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1 










— Irish Times, 














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— Telegraph, 


























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DAILIES— Continued 



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— News, - - - - 1 

— Scotsman, - - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 

Frankfurter Zeitung, - - 1 

Glasgow: Citizen, - -223232322212331 

— Herald, - - - -2 3 3232 3 222123 3 1 

— News, - - - -232232222212221 

— Record and Mail, - -22223 2 212212221 

— Times, - - - -222232222212221 

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Leeds and Yorkshire Mercury, 1 1 

Leicester Mercury, - - 1 ... 

— Post, - - - - 1 

Liverpool Courier, - - 1 1 ... 

— Echo, - - - 1 

— Journal of Commerce [and 

Shipping Telegraph], - ... 1 

— Post and Mercury, - -... 1 1 ... 1 1 1 

London: Chronicle, - - 1 ... 1 ... 1 ... 1 1 ... 

— Evening News, - - 1 

— Evening Standard and St. 

James's Gazette, - - 1 1 1 

— Express, - - - - 1 1 1 

— Globe, - - - - 1 1 1 .. 

— Graphic,- - - - 1 1 1 1 

— Mail, - - - - ... 1 1 ... 1 ... 1 .. 1 

— Mail (Times), - - - 1 1 1 

— Mirror, - - - - 1 

— Morning Leader, - - 1 1 1 1 1 

— Morning Post, - - 1 1 ... 1 

— News, - - - - ... 1 1 Ill 

- Pall Mall Gazette, - - 1 1 1 ... 1 

Standard, - - - 1 1 1 



— Star, - - - - ... 1 ... 1 

— Telegraph, - - - 1 1 1 1 1 

— Times, - - - - ... 1 1 ... 1 1 1 

— Westminster Gazette, - 1 ... 1 1 ... 1 1 

Madrid: Heraldo de Madrid, ... 1 

Manchester Chronicle, - - 1 

— Courier, - - - - .. 1 

— Dispatch, - - - 1 

— Guardian, - - - 1 ... 1 ... 1 1 1 1 1 1 

— News, - - - - 1 



Montreal : Gazette, - - 1 

Newcastle Chronicle, - - 1 1 1 

— Journal, - - - - 1 

New York Herald, - - 1 

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DAILIES— Continued 



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Nottingham Express, - - . . . 
— Guardian, - - - ... 
Paisley Express, - - - ... 
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— Le Matin, - - - ... 

— Le Petit Journal, - - . . . 

— Le Temps, - - - ... 
Plymouth : Western Mercury, . . . 
Rome : 11 Secolo, - - - 1 
Sheffield Independent, - - ... 

— Telegraph, - . - ... 
Shipping Gazette (Morning 

Summary), - - - ... 
South Shields Gazette, - ... 
Vienna: Neue Freie Presse, - ... 
Yorkshire News, - - - 1 

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GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

WEEKLIES — Continued, 

Automotor Journal, - - 1 

Ayr Advertiser, - - - 1 1 ... 1 

Ayr Observer and Galloway 

Chronicle, - - - 1 

Ayrshire Post, - - - -. 1 1 

Baker and Confectioner, - 1 

Bakers' Record, - - - ... , 1 

Banffshire Advertiser, - - 1 1 

— Journal, - . - - 1 1 1 

Bazaar, Exchange and Mart, 11 1111111111111 

Belfast News, - - - ... 1 1 

— Telegraph, - - I 1 

Bellshill Speaker and North- 
East Lanarkshire Gazette, 1 

Berwick Advertiser, - - 1 1 

Berwickshire News, - - .-. 1 

Bible Advocate, - - - 1 

Birmingham Mercury, - - 1 

Black and White, - - 1 1 1 ... 1 ... 1 

Blanco y Negro, - - - 1 

Board of Trade Journal, - 1 1 1 

Bo'ness Journal, - - - 1 

Boot and Shoe Trades Journal, 1 

Border Standard, - - 1 1 

Bristol Mercury, - - - 1 

— Times and Mirror, - - 1 

British and Colonial Printer 

and Stationer, - - 1 

British Architect, - - 1 

British Congregationalist, - 1 ... 1 

British Journal of Nursing, - 1 ... 1 

British Journal of Photo- 
graphy, - - - 1 1 1 

British Weekly, - - - ... 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ... 1 1 

Broad Arrow, The Naval and 

Military Gazette, - 1 

Builder, - - - - 1 1 1 ... 

Builder's Journal, - - 1 , 

Building News, - - -... 1 1 1 1 

Building Trade, - - - 1 1 

Building World, - - - 1 1 1 

Buteman and Visitors' List, - ... 1 1 

Cabinet Maker, - - - ... 1 1 

Cambuslang Advertiser, - 1 , 

Canary and Cage-bird Life, - 1 

Car, 1 

Cardiff Times, - - - 1 .. 

Carpenter and Builder, - 1 ... 1 , 

Cassell's Saturday Journal, - 1 1 

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WEEKLIES— Con tinued 






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Chemical News, - 
Chemical Trade Journal, 
Christian Endeavour Times, 
Christian Science Sentinel, - 
Christian World, - 
Civil Service Candidate, 
Civil Service Gazette, - 
Civil Service Hints, 
Civil Service Weekly, - 
Civilian, - 
Claidheamh Soluis, 
Clarion, - 

Clydebank and Renfrew Press 
Coal and Iron, 
Coatbridge Express, 
Colliery Guardian, 
Commercial Intelligence, 
Contract Journal, 
Contractor, - 
Co-operative News, 
Cotton Factory Times, - 
Country Life, 
Country-Side 



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Dial, - - - - - ... 1 

Domenica del Corriere, - 1 

Drapers' Record, - - - 1 

Dublin: Freeman, - - 1 ... 1 1 

— Irish Times, - - - ... 1 1 ... 

Dumbarton Herald, - - ... 1 1 

Dumfries and Galloway Courier 

and Herald, - - 1 1 1 

— and Galloway Standard, - 1 1 ... 



Dundee Weekly News, - ... 1 ... 

Dunfermline Express, - - 

— Press and West of Fife 

Advertiser, - - 

Dunoon Observer and Argyll- 
shire Standard, - - 1 

East Cumberland News, - 

Das Echo, - - - - ... 1 .. 

Edinburgh: Scotsman, - 

Education, - - - - 

Educational News, - - 1 

Electrical Engineer, - - 

Electrical Engineering, - 

Electrical Review, - - ... 1 ... 

Electrical Times, - - -...11 



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WEEKLIES— Continued 

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Electrician, - - - - 1 1 1 

Electricity, - - - - 1 1 1 

Elgin Courant and Courier, - 1 

Engineer, - - - - 1 1 1 ... 1 1 1 .11 

Engineer and Iron Trades 

Advertiser, - -... 1 1 1 ... 1 

Engineering, - - -... 1 1 ... 1 1 1 1 

Engineering Record, - - 1 1 1 1 



Engineering Times, - - 1 

English Mechanic, - - ... 1 1 1 1 1 1 ... 1 1 ... 1 1 1 

Enquire Within, - - - 1 

Era, 1 1 

Fairplay, - - - - 1 

Falkirk Herald, - - - 1 ... 1 1 

— Mail, - - - - 1 ... 1 1 ... 

Farm, Field, and Fireside, - 1 

Feathered Life, - - - 1 

Feathered World, - - ... 1 1 ... . 1 

Field, 1 

Fife Free Press, - - - 1 1 

— Herald and Journal, 



News, - - - - 1 1 

Fifeshire Advertiser, - - 1 ... 1 



Fishing Gazette, - - - 1 

Fliegende Blatter, - - 1 .. 

Forfar Herald, - - - I ... 1 

Forres, Elgin, and Nairn 

Gazette, - - - '... 1 

Freemason, - - - - ... 1 

Fur and Feather, - - 1 1 , 

Furniture Record, - - , 

Galloway Advertiser, - - 1 , 

Garden, - - - - 1 

Garden Life, - - - 1 1 ... 

Gardener, - - - - 1 , 

Gardener's Chronicle, - - 1 , 

Gardener's Magazine, - - 1 

Gardening, - - - - ... 1 1 

Gardening World, - - 1 

Die Gartenlaube, - - - 1 

Gas World, - - - - 1 1 



Gentlewoman, - - - 1 1 1 ... 1 1 

Glasgow Corporation Minutes, 111111111111111 

— Eastern Argus, - - 1 1 

— Bailie, - - - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ... 1 1 ... 1 1 1 1 

— Citizen, - - - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ... 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 

— Herald, - - - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ... 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 

— Mail, - - - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ... 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 

— News, - - - - 1 ... 1 ... 1 

xlvi 



NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS. 

WEEKLIES— Continual 



Glasgow Observer, 

— People's Journal, 

— St. Rollox and Springburn 

Express, 

— Scottish Record, 

— Southern Press, 

— Star and Examiner, 
Golfing, - 

Good Words, - - - 1 1 

Govan Press, - - - ... 1 ... 1 1 

Graphic, - - - - I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 
Great Thoughts, - - - 1 - 



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Greenock Herald, 

Grocers' Journal, - - ... 1 1 

Haddington Advertiser, - 1 

Haddingtonshire Courier, - ... 1 1 

Hamilton Advertiser, - - .. : 1 1 

Hardware Trade Journal, - ... 1 1 

Harper's Weekly, - - 1 

Hawick Advertiser, - - 1 

— News, - - - - 1 

Health, - - - - ... 1 1 

Health and Strength, - - 1 1 1 

Hearth and Home, - -... 1 1 ... 1 1 1 1 

Highland News, - - - ... 1 1 1 

Highland Times,- - - 1 

Hobbies, - - - - 1 ... 1 1 ... 

Home Chat, - - - - 1 

Home Companion, - - 1 

Home Notes, - - - 1 1 

Hospital, - - - - 1 ... 

Illustrated Kennel News, - 1 

Illustrated London News, - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 

L'lllustration, - - - ... 1 

Illustrazione Italiana, - - ... 1 1 

Indian Opinion, - - - ... 1 ... 

Insurance Observer, - - 1 

Insurance Record, - - ... 1 

Inverness Courier, - - 1 1 .. 1 1 .., 

Irish Weekly, - - - 1 1 .., 

Iron and Coal Trades Review, 1 

Iron and Steel Trades Journal, 1 

Jewish Chronicle, - - 1 ... 1 1 .. 

Jewish World, - - - 1 

John-o'-Groat Journal, - ... 1 1 1 

Journal of Gas Lighting, - 1 

Journal of the Royal Scottish 

Society of Arts, - - 1 

Justice, - - - 1 1 1 

xlvii 



GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

WEEKLIES— Continued 

_M . GO . . 

Kelso Chronicle, - - - 1 ... 

Kilmarnock Herald, - - 1 

— Standard, - - - 1 1 ... 

Kladderadatsch, - - - ,. ... 1 

Labour Leader, - - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 ... 1 1 

Labour News and Employ- 
ment Advertiser, - ... 1 1 

Ladies' Field, - - - 1 

Ladies' Review, - - - ... ... 1 

Lady, 1 1 1 ... 1 1 

Lady's Pictorial, - - -... 1 1 ... 1 1 1 

Lanarkshire (bi-weekly), - 1 ... 1 

Leather Trades' Review, - 1 

Leith Burghs Pilot, - - ... 1 1 

— Herald, - - - - 1 ... 

— Observer, - - - 1 

Lennox Herald, - - - 1 ... 1 

Life, 1 

Light, 1 ... 1 1 ... 

Local Government Chronicle, 1 ... 1 1 ... 

Local Government Journal, - ... 1 ... 1 1 .'. ... 

Local Government Officer, - 1 

London Opinion, - - - 1 

Madame, - - - - .. 1 ... 

Maryhill Herald, - - - 1 

Mechanical Engineer, - - 1 ... 1 

Mechanical World, - - 1 1 

Mining Journal, Railway, and 

Commercial Gazette, - 1 1 

Mining World, - - - 1 

Model Engineer and Elec- 
trician, - - - 1 

Le Monde IHustre, - - 1 

Motherwell Times, - - 1 1 1 

Motor, 1 

Motor World, - - - 1 1 

Motoring Illustrated, - - 1 

Municipal Journal, - - 1 1 1 

Musical Home Journal, - 1 

Musical News, - - - 1 ... 

Musical Standard, - - 1 

Nation, - - - - ... 1 1 ... 1 ... ... , 1 1 

Nation (N.Y.), - - - 1 1 

Nature, - - - - 1 1 ... 

Nautical Magazine, - - 7 1 

New York Times, - - , ... 1 

Newcastle Chronicle, - - 1 1 

North British Agriculturalist, 1 

Northern Chronicle, - - ... 1 1 



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NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS. 

WEEKLIES— Continued 



m n a 8 ^ii 1 1 1 s 

3^^^|2^ ~ i2 S i= c ^ ~ S 

Northern Ensign, - - 1 1 ... 

Northern Scot and Moray and 

Nairn Express, - - 1 1 1 

Notes and Queries, - - 1 1 ... 

Oban Times and Telegraph, - ... 1 1 1 1 1 

Oil andColour Trades Journal, 1 

Orcadian, - - - - , 1 ... 

Orkney Herald, - - - 1 ... 1 

Our Home, - - - - 1 1 

Outlook, - - - - 1 ... 1 ... 1 1 1 

Paisley and Renfrewshire 

'Gazette, - - - ... 1 1 1 

Partick and Maryhill Press, 1 

Peeblesshire Advertiser, 
People's Friend, - 
Perthshire Advertiser, - 

— Constitutional and 

(Journal, 
— Courier, - 
Photography and Focus, 
Pitman's Phonetic Journa 

— Shorthand Weekly, 
Pollokshaws News, 
Poultry, 

Practical Engineer, 
Public Opinion, - ' 
Punch, --.- 

1 Queen, .... 

Railway Gazette, - 

Railway News, 

Railway Review, - 

Ross-shire Journal, - - 1 

Rutherglen Reformer, - - 1 

'< Sanitary Record, - - - 1 1 ... 1 1 ... 1 

Saturday Review^, - -1 1 1 ... 1 1 1 

Schoolmaster, - - - 1 ... 1 1 ... 

Schoolmistress, - - - 1 1 1 1 ... 

Science Siftings, Popular, - 1 





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Scots Pictorial, - - - ... 

Scottish Co-operator, - - 1 

Scottish Farmer, - - - 1 

Scottish Gardener, - - 1 

Scottish Reformer, - - 1 1 1 ... 1 

Scottish Review, - - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 

Shetland News, - - - ... 1 1 

Shipping Gazette (Weekly 

Summary), - .... 1 1 1 

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GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 



WEEKLIES— Continued 



Shipping World, - - - .. 

Sketch, - - - - .. 

South Africa, - - - ] 

Southern Reporter, - - .. 

Spectator, - - - - .. 

Sphere, - - - - .. 

Staffordshire Sentinel, - - .. 

Stage, - - - - - .. 

Statist, - - - - .. 

Stirling Journal, - - - .. 

— Observer, - - - .. 

— Sentinel, - - - - .. 
Surveyor, - - - - .. 
Syren and Shipping, - - .. 
T. P. 's Weekly, - ] 
Tailor and Cutter, - - ., 
Tailoring World, - - - .. 

Tatler, 

Teacher, - - - - .. 

Teachers' Aid, - - - ] 

Temperance Chronicle, - ., 
Temperance Leader and League 

Journal, - - - ., 

Timber News, - - - .. 

Timber Trades Journal, - ] 

Tribuna Illustrata, - - ., 

Truth, ., 

Universe, - - - - ., 

Vanity Fair, - - - i 

West Lothian Courier, - - . 

Westminster Gazette, - - . 
Widnes News, 
Wishaw Herald, - 

— Press and Advertiser, - . 
Woman, 

Woman's Life, 

Woman's World, - 

Women's Franchise, - 

Work, .... 

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Advertising World, 
African Monthly, 
Albany Review, - 



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American Inventor, 

Animal World, - - - 1 ... 

Architects' Magazine, - - 1 

Architectural Journal, - 1 



Army List, - 

Art Journal, - 1 ... 

Atlantic Monthly, - - 1 1 1 

Badminton Magazine, - - 1 ... 1 1 

Baily's Magazine, - - 1 ... 

Blackwood's Magazine, -... 1 1 1 1 ... 1 1 

Book Monthly, - - - 1 1 1 ... 

Bookman, - - - - 1 1 1 ... 1 1 

Bookman (American), - - 1 ... 1 

Bookseller, - - - - 1 



Border Magazine, - - 1 1 ... 1 

Bradshaw's Railway Guide, - ... 1 1 ... 1 1 1 1 ... 1 1 

Brick and Pottery Trades 

Journal, - - - 1 

British Empire Review, - 1 1 

British Esperantist, - - 1 

British Machinery Gazette, - 1 

British Printer, - - - 1* ... 1 1 ... 

British Trade Journal, - - 1 

British Warehouseman, - 1 1 ... 

Burlington Magazine, - - 1 

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Car Review, 

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Cassier's Magazine, 

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McClure's Magazine, - 
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Marine Engineer, 
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Munsey's Magazine, 
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Musicians' Report and Journal, 
Myra's Journal. - 
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Society Magazine, 
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Nature Notes, 
Nautical Magazine, 
New Church Magazine, 
New Ireland Review, - 
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North American Review, 
Novel Magazine, - 
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Pall Mall Magazine, 
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Sabbath School Magazine, - 

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School World, 
Scottish Critic, 
Scottish Field, - 
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Magazine, - 
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Annals, 
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Shorthand World, 
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Son of Temperance, 
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Studio, - - - - - 
Sunday at Home, - 
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Textile Manufacturer, - 
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Uber Land und Meer, - 
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Velhagen und Klasing's Monats 

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Westminster Review, - 
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Library Committee decided that the provision of books for the use of 
blind persons could be made better through the agency of the Mission 
to the Outdoor Blind than by placing the books in the various District 
Libraries. By the authority of the Corporation, the Committee 
devoted the sum of £200 for the purchase of books in the Braille and 
Moon types, and have placed some 1250 volumes in the library of the 
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an official stamp, and the ticket returned to the borrower, who may 
then apply for another book. 

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borrower will hand in at the Issue Counter, together with his ticket, a 
list of say a dozen books (number and brief title), in the order in which 
they are required. The first number on the list found to be in will be 
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Bibliography. 


cont. 


Continued. 


ed. 


Edited. Editor. 


ill. 


Illustrations 


mem. 


Memoir. 


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CATALOGUE 

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HUTCHESONTOWX DISTRICT LIBRARY 



Abbe de l'Epee, corned ie ; par J. N. Bouilly ; with notes. 1S98. 44851 
Abbess of Vlaye ; by S. J. Weyman. - - -. - - - 45W11 

Abbey Mill [a story] ; by E. J. Worboise. - - - - 83 W 7 

Abbot ; by Sir W. Scott. 3 copies. 35S14 

"A sequel to 'The monastery,'" 35S13. 

Abbotsford. Irving (W.) Abbotsford, and Newstead Abbey. 1S94. 81702 
Abbott (Edwin A. ) and Seeley (Sir J. R. ) English lessons. 187.1. 42005 

Abbott (G. F. ) Israel in Europe. 1907. map. - - - 29607 
A Beckett (Arthur W.) Recollections of a humourist. 1907. port. A181 

A Beckett (Gilbert A.) The comic history of England, ill. - 91232 
Abele and Niederheitmann (F.) The violin, its history and 

construction, ill. - - 78702 

Abercrombie (H. R.) joint -author. See Scoble (John). 

Aberdeen. Walker (G.) Aberdeen awa'. 1897. ill. - - 92103 

Sketches of its men, manners, and customs. 

Abernethy, John, Memoirs of ; by G. Macilwain. 1856. port. A201 
Abney (Sir W. de W.) Action of light in photography. 1897. iU. 77006 

- Colour vision. 1894. ill. - - - - - - - 53502 

- Negative making. 1893. ill. 77007 

About (Edmond F. V.) Contes choisis ; with notes. 1893. - 44834 

- La fille du chanoine ; with notes. 1S9S. .... 44866 

Absentee [a tale] ; by M. Edgeworth. 10E4 

Abyssinia. Skinner (R. P.) Abyssinia of to-day. 1906. ill. map. 95802 

Accessory after the fact [a novel] ; by Mrs. L. Adams. - - 5A1 
Accidence. See names of languages, as, Language, English. 
Accountancy. For list of related subjects, see Business. 

- Sweetland (C. A.) Loose leaf book-keeping and accounting. - 65704 

- Witty (R. A.) How to become a qualified accountant. 1906.- 65701 

- See also Book-keeping. 

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ACE GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Acetylene. Doman (W.) Production and use of acetylene. 1902. 66507 

- Hills (H. F.) Gas and gas-fittings, acetylene. 1902. ill. - 66502 
Ackermaxx (Alfred S. E.) Popular fallacies. 1907. ill. - 03211 
Ackworth (John) The coming of the preachers, a tale. - - 67A1 

- The minder. 67 A 2 

AOOBN. English timber and its economical conversion. - - 63404 
Acoustics. See Sound. 

Across her path ; by A. S. Swan. 148 S 5 

Across the plains, with other essays; by R. L. Stevenson. 1905. E1S2 
Acton (John D'Alberg, Lord) Lord Acton and his circle 

[letters]; ed. by [F. A.] Gasquet. port. - - - A171 

Acton, John D'Alberg, Lord. Shorter (C. K.) Lord Acton and the 

hundred best books. In his Immortal memories. 1907. E6S1 
Acts of the apostles. See Bible. 

Acworth (Wm. M.) The railways and the traders. 1906. - 38501 
Adam (Sir Charles E.) ed. Political state of Scotland in 1788. 32402 
Adam (Edwin) Land values and taxation. 1907. - - - 33603 

Adam Bede ; by George Eliot. 2 copies. 21 E 5 

Adam Gorlake's will ; by C. E. M. 1M1 

Adam Grainger, and other stories; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. 10W3 
Adam Hepburn's vow, a tale of kirk and covenant ; by A. S. Swan. 148 S 19 
Adams, Charles F. [a biography] ; by C. F. Adams. 1900.- - A081 
Adams (Henry) CasselPs Building construction. 1906. ill. - 69006 
Adams (Henry) John Randolph [a biography]. 1898. - - R041 
Adams, John. Morse (J. T.) John Adams [a biography]. 1884. A071 
Adams, John Quincy [a biography] ; by J. T. Morse. 1898. - A051 
Adams (Mrs. Leith) Accessory after the fact [a novel]. - - 5A1 

- What Hector had to say [and other stories]. - - - - 5A2 
Adams, Samuel. Hosmer (J. K. ) Samuel Adams [a biography]. 1885. A061 
Adams ( Wm. H. D. ) Famous books, sketches in English literature. 02810 
Adamson (Robert) Fichte [his life and philosophy]. 1901. - 19302 
Addis (WM.E.)ecZ. Job and Ruth; with notes. (Temple Bible). 1902.22403 

Addison (Joseph) Works ; ed. by R. Hi^rd and H. G. Bohn. 

6 v. port. ill. --- - ... -E1A2-7 

1. Poems [including plays]. Dialogues upon ancient medals. Remarks 
on Italy [in 1701-3]. 2. Tatler. Spectator. 3. Spectator [cont.] 4. Spectator 
[concl.] Guardian. Freeholder. 5. Freeholder [concl.] On the Christian 
religion. The drummer, a comedy. Letters. 6. Letters [concl.] Latin 
poems and prose. Official documents. Addisoniana. 

Addison, Joseph. Dobson (H. A.) The story of the ' Spectator.' 

In his Side-walk studies. 1902. E2D1 

- Macaulay (Lord) Life and writings of Addison. In his Works. 82827 

- Oliphant (Mrs. M. O. W.) The humourist. In her Sketches, port. 91423 

- In Thackeray (W. M.) English humourists. 2 copies. - - 12T7 
Addison (W. I.) The Snell Exhibitions [a history]. 1901. - 37801 
Adela Cathcart [a novel] ; by G. MacDonald. .... 10M32 
Adeler (Max) The Quakeress. - - - - - - - 10 A 1 

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HUTCHES ON TOWN BRANCH. AFR 

Adrienne Lecouvreur ; par E. Scribe et E. W. Legouve ; notes. 1898. 44821 
Adventurer of the north ; by Sir G. Parker. - - - - 8P9 
11 A continuation of c Pierre and his people,' " 8 P 4- 

Adventures in Thule, stories ; by W. Black. - - - - 62 B 20 

Adventures of an aide-de-camp ; by J. Grant. - - - 51 G 3 

Adventures of Arthur O'Leary ; by C. Lever. - - - - 39L4 

Adventures of Captain Bonneville ; by W. Irving. - - - 8ll 

Adventures of Captain Kettle ; by C. J. Cutcliffe W. Hyne. - 115 H 6 

Captain Kettle series, No. 2. 

Adventures, Further, of Captain Kettle; by C. J. Cutcliffe W. Hyne. 115 H 7 

Adventures of Don Quixote ; by M. de Cervantes. - - - 34C1 

Adventures of Harry Richmond ; by G. Meredith. - - - 82 M 7 

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn ; by Mark Twain. 2 copies. - 52 T 7 

A sequel to "The adventures of Tom Sawyer," 52T6. 

Adventures of Mr. Verdant Green ; by Cuthbert Bede. - - 37 B 2 

Adventures of M. d'Haricot ; by J. S. Clouston. - - - 61 C 3 

Adventures of Philip : by W. M. Thackeray. 2 copies. - - 12 Tl 

Adventures of Sherlock Holmes ; by Sir A. Conan Doyle. - - 51 D 6 

Sherlock Holmes series, No. 4. 

Adventures of Tom Sawyer ; by Mark Twain. 2 copies. - - 52 T 6 
Advertising. For list of related subjects, see Commerce. 

- Mares (G. C.) Advertising that tells. 1907.- - - - 65901 
Advice to young men and young women ; by W. Cobbett. - 17012 
Ady (Mrs. Henry) Raphael [his life and art], ill. - - - R201 

- Sandro Botticelli [his life and art], ill. B211 

Aerial navigation. Bacon (J. M.) The dominion of the air. 1902. ill. 53301 

^Esop. Fables ; with proverbs and applications. 1906. ill. - 88810 
.Esthetics. For list of other subjects in art, see Arts, Fine. 

- Benson (A. C.) Beauty. In his From a college window. 1906. E4B1 

- Oersted (H. C.) The soul in nature. 1852. - - - 70111 

- Raymond (G. L.) The essentials of aesthetics. 1907. ill - 70110 

"In music, poetry, painting, sculpture, and architecture." 

- Schopenhauer (A.) On the metaphysics of the beautiful and 

on aesthetics. In his_ Selected essays. 1900. - - - E7S1 

Affair at the inn ; by K. D. Wiggin and others. - - - 55 W 13 

Afghanistan. Alison (Sir A.) The Affghanistan expedition. In 

his Essays, v. 2. 1850. E3A2 

- Martin (F. A.) Under the absolute Amir. 1907. ill. - - 94905 
Afloat and ashore, a sea tale ; by J. F. Cooper. - - - - 88 C 11 
Africa, 1, General. Alston (L.) White man's work in Asia and 

Africa, colour question. 1907. 32506 

- Sanderson (E.) Great Britain in modern Africa. 1907. ill. maps. 95504 
Africa, 2, Central.^ Livingstone (D.) Last journals. 1880. 2 v. 

ill. maps. - - 95902-3 

- Stanley (Sir H. M.) In darkest Africa [1886-90]. 1904. ill. maps. 95901 

- - Through the dark continent [1874-5]. 1907. ill. map. - 95908 

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Africa, 3, East. Austin (H. H.) Among swamps and giants in 

equatorial Africa. 1905. ill. maps. - 95801 
" Surveys and adventures in the southern Sudan and British East Africa." 

- Hardwick (A. A. ) An ivory trader in north Kenia. 1903. ill. map. 96102 

- Stanley (Sir H. M.) How I found Livingstone [1871-2]. ill. map. 96101 

Africa, 4, South. Browne (J. H. B.) South Africa, current 

conditions and politics. 1905. -.---- 96304 

- Butler (Sir W. F.) From Naboth's vineyard. 1907. - - 96305 

- Colquhoun(A. R.) The renascence of South Africa. 1900. map. 96303 

- Cumming (R. G.) Hunting adventures in South Africa. 1850. 96307 

- Froude (J. A.) Leaves from a journal [1874]. In his Studies. E2F3 

- Livingstone (D.) Missionary travels in South Africa, ill. - 96301 

- In Park (M. M.) Greater Britain and the far east. 1907. ill. 90817 

- Selous (F. C. ) A hunter's wanderings in Africa. 1907. ill. map. 79911 

- Stow (G. W. ) The native races of South Africa. 1905. ill. map. 57208 

- Worsfold (W. B.) Lord Milner's work in South Africa, 1897- 

1902. 1906. map. 96306 

Africa, South, War, 1899-1902. Cecil (E. ) On the eve of the war, 

1899-1900. ill. map. 96408 

- Defender. Sir Charles Warren and Spion Kop. 1902. map. 96402 

- Doyle (Sir A. Conan) The great Boer war. 1903. maps. - 96409 

- Haldane (J. A. L.) How we escaped from Pretoria. 1901. ill. 96406 

- Mahan (A. T.) The story of the war, 1899-1900. 1900. map. 96405 

- Methuen (A. M. S.) Peace or war in South Africa. 1901. - 96404 

- Scaife (A. H.) The war to date, March, 1900. ill- - - 96403 

- Steevens (G. W.) From Capetown to Ladysmith. 1900. maps. 96401 

- Wallace (E.) Unofficial despatches [1900-1]. - 96407 
Africa, 5, West. Park (M.) Travels in Africa [1795-1805]. 1903. 96001 

After all ; by B. Whitby. 49 W 2 

After dark ; by W. Wilkie Collins. 75C21 

After life ; by E. M. Sewell. 48S4 

A sequel to " Home life," 48 S3. 

After work [reminiscences] ; by E. Marston. 1904. ill. - - M151 

Afterwards, and other stories ; by J. Watson. - 28W3 

Against the tides of fate ; by J. A. Barry. 25 Bl 

Agassiz (Louis) and Gould (A. A.) Comparative physiology. 

1851. ill. - - 59106 

Agatha's husband, a novel ; by Mrs. D. M. Craik. - - - HOC 14 

Age. See Middle age. Old age. 

Agglutinants. For list of related subjects, see Chemical technology. 

- Standage(H. C.) Agglutinants of all kinds for all purposes. 1907. 66802 

- See also Glue. 

Agincourt, or, the times of Henry V. ; by G. P. R. James. - 6 J 18 

Agnes Grey [a novel] ; by A. Bronte. 93 Bl 

Agnus (Orme) Minvale, the story of a strike. - - - 71 A 1 
Agricultural classes. For list of related subjects, see Labour. 

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Agricultural classes. Jefferies (R.) Toilers of the field. 1904. 33102 

- Pedder (D. C. ) Where men decay. 1908. .... 33114 

"A survey of present rural conditions." 
Agriculture. For list of related subjects, see Arts, Useful. 

- Bright (T.) The agricultural surveyor and estate agent's 

handbook of rules [etc.] 1899. ill. - - - 63001 

- Muir (J.) Agriculture, practical and scientific. 1895. ill. - 63003 

- Vandervelde (E. ) Socialism and the capitalistic transformation 

of agriculture. In Modern socialism. 1907. - - - 33504 

- See also Bees. Chemistry, Agricultural. Coffee. Cotton. Dairy. 

Domestic animals. Fish, fishing. Forestry. Gardening. India- 
rubber. 

Aguilar (Grace) The days of Bruce, a story. - - - 12 A 1 

- Home scenes and heart studies [stories]. - - - 12 A 5 

- Woman's friendship, a story of domestic life. - - - 12 A 6 
Ahn (F.) Easy method of learning the Swedish language. 1858. 43901 
Aide (Charles Hamilton) The snares of the world.- - - 13 A 1 

Aids to reflection ; by S. T. Coleridge. 24201 

Ainger ( A. C. ) [The game of ] Fives. 1890. ill. - - - 79609 

Ainger (Alfred) Charles Lamb [a biography]. 1903. - - L151 

- The Gospel and human life, sermons. 1904. - 25233 
Ainger, Alfred, Life and letters of ; by E. Sichel. 1906. port. A 231 
Ainsworth (William Harrison) Boscobel, a tale. - - 16 A 5 

- The flitch of bacon, a tale. 2 copies. 16 A 9 

- Guy Fawkes, or, the gunpowder treason. - - - 16 A 3 

- The Manchester rebels of the fatal '45. 16 A 7 

- Old Saint Paul's, a tale of the plague and the fire. - - 16 A 1 

- Preston fight, or, the insurrection of 1715. .... 16A4 

- Saint James's, an historical romance. 16 A 6 

~ The star-chamber, an historical romance. - - - 16 A 8 

- The Tower of London, an historical romance. - - - - 16 A 10 

- Windsor Castle, an historical romance. 16 A 2 

Air. Archibald (D.) The earth's atmosphere. 1897. ill. - 55106 

- In Bailey (E. H. S.) Sanitary and applied chemistry. 1906.- 61411 

- Lewes (V. B.) Air and water. 1892. ill. .... 55117 

- See also Aerial navigation. 

Air compressors. For list of related subjects, see Engineering. 

- Innes (C. H.) Air compressors and blowing engines. 1906. ill. 62209 
Airy (Osmund) Charles II. [a biography]. 1904. - - - C391 
* Airy fairy Lilian' ; by Mrs. M. W. Hungerford. - - - 104H9 
Aitchison (James) Signa Christi, evidences of Christianity. 1890. 23912 
Aitchison (R. S.) A medical handbook. 1904. ill. - - - 61601 
Aitken (Edward H. ) Five windows of the soul [the senses]. 1906. 15201 
Aitken(W. H. M.H.) Around thecross,thedoctrineof Christ. 1884. 23401 
Albanesi (E. M.) A little brown mouse [a novel]. - - 70 A 1 

- A young man from the country. 70 A 2 

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Albert, Prince Consort, Life of ; by Sir T. Martin. 1877-80. 5 v. ill. A041-5 

Albright (E. M. ) The short-story, principles and structure. 1907. 80820 

Alcock (Deborah) Not for crown or sceptre. - - - 17 A 1 

Alcock (Fred.) Trade and travel in South America. 1907. ill. 97802 

Alcock, John, a memoir ; by his daughter. 1887. port. - - A161 
Alcohol. For list of related subjects, see Chemical technology. Health. 

- Cutten (G. B.) The psychology of alcoholism. 1907. - - 61311 

- In Gairdner (Sir W. T. ) The physician as naturalist. - - 61002 

Use of alcoholic stimulants in typhus fever. On the limits of alcoholic 
stimulation in acute disease. 

- Horsley (Sir V.) and Sturge (M. D. ) Alcohol and the human 

body. 1907. ill. 61306 

- Jones (H. E.) Alcohol [its uses and abuses]. 1907. ill. - 61309 

- Wright (F. B.) Distillation of alcohol from farm products. 

1907. ill 66302 

" And the de-naturing of alcohol for use in farm engines, automobiles, 
heating and lighting [etc.] " 

Aldex (Percy) The unemployed, a national question. 1905. - 33125 

Alden (William L.) Drewitt's dream. ..... 20 Al 

Aldersox (J. P.) Mr. Asquith [a biography]. 1905. ill. - A191 

Aldersyde, a Border story ; by A. S. Swan. .... 148S6 

Aldrich (Thomas B.) The Queen of Sheba. .... 21 Al 

Alec Forbes of Howglen [a novel] ; by G. MacDonald. - - 10 Ml 

Alec Green [a story] ; by S. K. Hocking. 67 H 3 

Alexander of Abonotichus. Froude (J. A. ) A Cagliostro of the 

second century. In his Short studies, v. 4. 1905. - - E2F4 

Alexander (Mrs. ) Kitty Costello. - - - - - - 22A2 

- Stronger than love. 22 A 1 

- The wooing o : t, a novel. 22A3 

Alexander (J. H. ) Elementary electrical engineering. 1906. ill. 62417 
Alexander, William, Earl of Stirling. See Stirling, Earl of. 

Alexandria and her schools ; by C. Kingsley. In his Lectures. 1902. 90403 

Alexaxdrow (F.) Easy method of learning Russian. 1867. - 49104 

Alford (Hexry) How to study the New Testament. 1868. - 22613 

- Life, journals, and letters. 1874. port. .... A 211 

- The Queen's English > notes on speaking and spelling. 1864. - 42807 
Alford (M.) ed. Latin passages for translation. 1902. - - 47803 
Alfred the Great. Besant (Sir W.) The story of King Alfred. 

1901. port. ill. A 031 

Algae. For list of other subjects in botany, see Botany. 

- Cooke (M. C.) Fresh- water algae. 1890. ill.- - - - 58905 

- Harvey (W. H.) A manual of the British algae. - - - 58904 

- See also Seaweeds. 

Algebra. For list of related subjects, see Mathematics. 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 4-7. 1903. - - - 03205-8 

- Eggar (W. D.) Elementary algebra. 1907. - - - - 51207 

- Hall (H. S.) and Knight (S. K.) Elementary algebra. 1905. - 51201 

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Algebra. Hall (H. S. ) and Knight (S. R. ) Higher algebra. 1905. 51202 

- Lightfoot (J.) Elementary and intermediate algebra. 1904. - 51205 

- Ross (P.) Elementary algebra [with answers]. 1906. v. 1. - 51203 

- See also Graphs. 

Alger (John G.) Napoleon's British visitors and captives, 

1801-15. 1904. N067 

Algeria. Sanderson (E.) France in Algeria. In his Heroes of 

pioneering. 1908. ill. 90606 

Alhambra. Calvert (A. F.) Granada and the Alhambra. 1907. ill. 93421 

- Irving (W.) Alhambra. 93411 

Alice Lorraine, a tale; by R. D. Blackmore. - - - - 63 B 12 

Alice of old Vincennes [a novel] ; by M. Thompson. - - - 65 Tl 

Alice, or, the mysteries ; by Lord Lytton. 74 L 2 

A sequel to " Ernest Maltravers," 74L3, 

Aliens. See Emigration. 

Alison (Sir Archibald) Essays. 1850. 3 v.- - - -E3A1-3 

1. The Reform Bill [1832]. Military treason and national guards. The 
French revolution of 1830. The British peerage. The fall of the constitution. 
Negro emancipation. Ireland. The commercial crisis of 1837. Colonial 
government and the West India question. Lessons from the past. Free 
trade and protection. Thirty years of liberal legislation. Fall of the throne 
of the barricades [1818]. The navigation laws. The crowning of the 
column, and the crushing of the pedestal. Crime and transportation. 
Free trade at its zenith. 2. Montesquieu. Homer, Dante, and Michael 
Angelo. The Greek drama. The Roman Republic. Mirabeau. The British 
school of painting. The Tyrol. Hannibal. Napoleon. Partition of the 
Kingdom of the Netherlands. The Athenian democracy. The crusades. 
The Carlist struggle in Spain. The copyright question. The decline of 
Turkey. Lamartine. The Roman Campagna. France in 1S33. The 
Affghanistan expedition. The old Scottish parliament. 3. Chateaubriand. „ 
Virgil, Tasso, and Raphael. Guizot. The romantic drama. Wellington. 
Humboldt. The British school of architecture. Sismondi. Poland. The 
year of revolutions [ISIS]. British history during the eighteenth century. 
>J . de Tocqueville. Autobiography. Michelet's France. The fall of Rome. 
Karamsin's Russia. The historical romance. The British theatre. Direct 
taxation. Macaulay. Free-trade reform and finance. [Etc.] 

- My life and writings. 1883. 2 v. port. .... A101-2 

Alison (Robert) The anecdotage of Glasgow. 1S92. - - 92404 

Alison, Wm. P. J?iGairdner (Sir W. T.) Physician as naturalist. 61002 

Alix of the Glen, a novel ; by Curtis Yorke. - - - - 6Y4 

Alkalies. See Ammonia. 

All about Philippine ; by P. Carmichael. 154 CI 

All sorts and conditions of men ; by Sir W. Besant. - - - 49 B 11 

Allan (Charles E. and F. J. ) The Housing of the Working 

Classes Acts, 1890-1900. 1901. 33116 

Allan, David. In Cunningham (A.) and Heaton (Mrs. C.) 

British painters, v. 2. 1879. 99710 

Allan Quatermain ; by H. Rider Haggard. - - - - 3H5 

A sequel to " King Solomon's mines," 3 HI. 

Allan's wife, and other tales ; by H. Rider Haggard. - - 3H6 

A sequel to " Allan Quatermain." 

Allanach (William) Magnetism and electricity. 1906. ill. • 53801 

Allen (C. F.) Railroad curves and earthwork. 1907. ill. - 62708 

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Allen (Grant) The story of the plants. 1895. ill. - - 58003 

- Blood royal, a novel. - - - 26 A 1 

- Philistia. 26A2 

Allen (James L. ) The choir invisible. 27 A3 

- The increasing purpose. - - - - - - - 27 A 2 

- The mettle of the pasture. 27 A. 1 

Allen (John P.) joint-author. See Dobson (Edward). 

Allen (Raymund) joint-author. See Parsons (Albert). 
Allen (Willoughby C.) Commentary on the Gospel according 

to S. Matthew. 1907. 22703 

Allison (Thomas) English Church history to a.d. 1702. 1906. 27602 

Alloys. See Brass. 

Allyn (Jack) joint-author. See O'Rell (Max). 

Alone on a wide, wide sea ; by W. Clark Russell. - - - 75 R 32 

Alpers (O. T. J.) joint -author. See Irvine (R. E.) 

Alpha [Spiritualism] ; by E. N. Dennys. 28903 

Alphabets. For list of related subjects, see Design. 

- Johnston (E.) Writing, illuminating, and lettering. 1906. ill. 74502 
Alps. Ball (J.) The central Alps. 1907. v. 1. bibl. maps. - 93503 

- Tyndall (J.) Alpine sculpture. In his Fragments, v. 1. 1902. 50408 
Life in the Alps ; Old Alpine jottings. In his New frag- 
ments. 1897. 50410 

Alroy [a romance] ; by the Earl of Beaconsfield. - - 31 B 9 

Alston (Leonard) Stoic and Christian in the second century. 1906. 18802 

- White man's work in Asia and Africa. 1907. - - - 32506 

"A discussion of the main difficulties of the colour question." 
Alternating currents. See Electric currents. 

Alton Locke, tailor and poet ; by C. Kingsley. - 24K8 

Altruism. For list of related subjects, see Ethics. 

- McGinley (A. A.) The profit of love, studies in altruism. - 17123 
Amain Cathedral. Bute (Marquess of) The last resting-place 

of St. Andrew. In his Essays on foreign subjects. 1901. E7B1 

Amazing marriage ; by G. Meredith. 82M15 

Amazing verdict ; by Mrs. M. C. Leighton. - . - - 33 LI 

Ambassador's glove ; by R. Machray. 15 Ml 

Amber (Miles) Wistons, a story. ' - - - - - 68 Al 

Ambulance. See First aid. 

America, 1, General. Anderson (R. E.) Extinct civilizations of 

the west. 1903. ill. map. 90302 

- Long (G. ) and others. America and the West Indies. 1845. 

bibl. maps. - - 96803 

America, 2, North. Kingsley (C.) First discovery of America. 

In his Lectures. 1902. 90403 

- Sloane (W. M.) The French war and the revolution [1688- 

1783]. 1893. maps. - - 96802 

America, 3, South. Alcock (F.) Trade and travel in South 

America. 1907. ill. maps. 97802 

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America, 3, South. Clark (F. E.) Continent of opportunity. 

1907. bibl. ill. map. 97803 

- Fountain (P.) Mountains and forests of South America, ill. - 97801 
American cousins, a story ; by Sarah Tytler. - - - 57 Tl 
American literature. See Literature, American. 

American notes [U.S.A.] ; by C. Dickens. 2 copies. 1896. ill. 97201 
American organ music. See Music, Instrumental, American organ. 

American scene [U.S.A.] ; by H. James. 1907. - - - 97216 

American wives and English husbands ; by G. F. Atherton. - 55 A 1 

| Amery (L. S. ) The fundamental fallacies of free trade. 1906. - 33708 

Amethyst box, and other stories ; by A. K. Green. - - 58 Gl 
Ammonia. For list of related subjects, see Chemical technology. 

- Grossmann (J. ) Ammonia and its compounds. 1906. bibl. - 66101 
Amos. See Bible. 

i Amusements. For list of related subjects, see Arts, Fine and recreative. 

il - Linscott (Mrs. H. B.) Bright ideas for entertaining. 1907. - 79306 
- See also Conjuring. Dancing. Drama. Games. Sports. Ventriloquism. 
Amusing Irish tales ; by W. Carleton. 21C2 
Amy Herbert [a story] ; by E. M. Sewell. 48 S 2 

I Analysis. See Chemical technology. Chemistry. Clay. Language. 

Music. Oil. 
, Anatomy. For list of related subjects, see Medicine. 

- Comparative anatomy. In Cassell's Educator, v. 6-8. ill. - 03207-9 

- Hunter (J.) Essays on natural history, anatomy [etc.] 1861. 59104-5 
: Anatomy, Artistic. For related subjects, see Drawing. 

I - Muckley ( W. J. ) Student's manual of artistic anatomy, ill. 74301 
Ancient landmark, a Kentucky romance ; by E. C. Waltz. - 86W1 
Anderson (Andrew) The game of draughts simplified, ill. - 79401 
Anderson (J. W.) Medical nursing. 1896. .... 61001 
Anderson (J. W.) Shipmasters' business companion. 1905. - 65607 
Anderson, John. In Holcomb (H. H.) India missions. 1901. ill. 99815 
Anderson (Sir Robert) Criminals and crime. 1907. - - 34302 

- In defence, a plea for the faith. 1907. 23915 

Sidelights on the home rule movement. 1906. - - - 92614 

Anderson (Robert E.) Extinct civilizations of the west. 1903. 90302 
The story of extinct civilizations of the east. 1899. ill. maps. 90301 
Anderson (William) Regeneration. 1875, port. - - - 23402 
Andes (Louis E.) Treatment of paper for special purposes. 1907. 67611 
Andre (Eugene) A naturalist in the Guianas. 1904. port. ill. map. 98201 
Andrea del Sarto. Midler (F. Max) Andrea del Sarto's Carita. 

In his Works, v. 5. 1902. E5M1 

Andrew (S. O.) Geometry, an elementary treatise. 1906.- - 51306 
Andrew (William R.) Life of Sir Henry Raeburn. 1894. - R161 
Anecdotes. For related subjects, see Wit and humour. Anecdotes 

relating to special subjects will be found under their respective 

subject-headings in the catalogue. 

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Anecdotes historiques et litte- 
bibl. - 



Anecdotes. Kastner (V.) ed. 
r aires ; notes. - 

- Miles (A. H.) ed. The new anecdote book. 

- Wells (E.) "Chestnuts." 1900. 

Anglin (S.) The design of structures, bridges, roofs, etc. 1905. ill. 
Angling. See Fish, fishing. 

Angling songs from Border streams ; by D. Fraser. 1907. ill. 

Anglo-Americans ; by Lucas Cleeve. 

Anglo-Saxon language. See Language, Anglo-Saxon. 
Anglo-Saxons. See Great Britain, History. 
Angus (A. H.) Differential and integral calculus. 1906. - 
Animal intelligence. For list of related subjects, see Zoology. 

- Romanes (G. J.) Animal intelligence. 1886. - 
Animal kingdom. See Zoology. 

Animals, Domestic. See Domestic animals. 

Animals, Habits of. For list of related subjects, see Zoology. 

- Atkey (B.) Folk of the wild. 1907. ill. - 

- Ingersoll (E.) The wit of the wild. 1907. ill. 

- Long (W. J.) Brier-patch philosophy. 1906. ill. - 

- - Northern trails, animal life. 1905. ill. ... - 
School of the woods, animal instincts, ill. - 

Whose home is the wilderness. 1907. ill. 

- Roberts (C. G. D. ) The hunters of the silences. 1907. ill. - 
The watchers of the trails. 1904. ill. - - - - - 

- Seton (E. T.) Animal heroes. 1906. ill. - 

Lives of the hunted. 1904. ill. 

Anitchkow (Michael) War and labour. 1900. 

Anjou. Green (J. R.) The home of our Angevin kings. In his 
Stray studies, v. 1. 1892. 

Anna of the five towns, a novel ; by E. A. Bennett. - 

Annals of a quiet neighbourhood ; by G. MacDonald. 

Annals of the parish ; by J. Gait. 2 copies. .... 

Anne, Queen. Oliphant (Mrs. M. O. W.) Historical sketches of 
the reign of Queen Anne. 1894. port. ill. 

Anne Hereford, a novel ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. 

Anne of Geierstein [a romance] ; by Sir W. Scott. 3 copies. - 

Anson, George, Lord. Markham (Sir A. H.) Anson. In From 
Howard to Nelson. 1907. port. - - - 

Anstey (F. ) A fallen idol. 

- Vice versa, or, a lesson to fathers. 2 copies. 

Antarctic. See Arctic and Antarctic regions. 

Anthropology. See Man, Natural history of. 

Anticipations ; by H. G. Wells. 1902. 

" Reaction of mechanical and scientific progress upon human life 
thought." 

Antiquary ; by Sir W. Scott. 3 copies. 

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Antiquities. See Archaeology. 

Antonina, or, the fall of Rome ; by W. Wilkie Collins. - - 75C3 

Antoninus (Marcus Aurelius). See Aurelius (Marcus). 

Antony, Saint. In Kingsley (C.) The hermits. 1885. ill. - 99809 

Ants. For list of other subjects in entomology, see Insects. 

- Avebury (Lord) Ants, bees, and wasps. 1885. bibl. ill. - 59507 
Anxious moment, etc. ; by Mrs. M. W. Hungerford. - - 104H2 
Apes. For list of related subjects, see Mammals. 

- Hartmann (R.) Anthropoid apes. 1885. bibl. ill. - - 59909 
Aphorisms. For list of related subjects, see Literature. 

- Coleridge (S. T.) Aids to reflection. 24201 

- Huxley (T. H.) Aphorisms and reflections. 1907.- - - 50803 

- In Morley (J.) Studies in literature. 1904. - E3M4 
Apocalypse. See Bible. 

Apocrypha. See Bible. 

Apologetics. See Christian evidences. 

Apologia pro vita sua ; by J. H. Newman. 1905. - - - N021 

Apostles. For list of related subjects, see Bible. 

- Jones (J. D. ) The glorious company of the apostles. - - 22612 

11 Being studies in the characters of the twelve." 

Appeal to life [sermons] ; by T. T. Munger. 1887. - - - 25218 

Appeal to the serpent, a story of Ceylon ; by S. Langdon. - 14L1 

Appleton (George W.) The lady in sables. - - - - 37 A 1 

April hopes, a novel ; by W. D. Howells. 97 H 3 

Aquarium. For list of related subjects, see Zoology. 

- Gosse (P. H.) The aquarium, wonders of the deep. 1856. ill. 59025 
Arabella Stuart, or, the days of James I. ; by G. P. R. James. 6J6 
Aran Islands ; by J. M. Synge. 1907. ill. .... 92611 
Aratra pentelici, the elements of sculpture ; by J. Ruskin. 1901. ill. 73001 
Arbela. In Creasy (Sir E. S. ) Decisive battles. 1905. plan. - 90404 
Arbitration. For lists of related subjects, see Building. Labour. Law. 

- Fletcher (B. ) Arbitrations, a text-book. 1904. - - - 69206 

" For arbitrators, umpires, and all connected with arbitrations, more 
especially architects, engineers, and surveyors." 

- Slater (J.) The law of arbitration and awards. 1905. - - 34706 
Arblay, Madame d'. In Hill (C.) Juniper Hall. 1905. port. ill. 91712 

- In Macaulay (Lord) Works. 82827 

- In Saintsbury (G. E. B. ) Essays in English literature, v. 2. - 82104 

- Seeley (L. B.) ed. Fanny Burney and her friends, port. ill. A131 

11 Select passages from her diary, and other writings." 
Archaeology. For list of related subjects, see History. 

- Dawson (Sir J. W.) Meeting-place of geology and history. - 57104 

- Muller (F. Max) Some lessons of antiquity. Inhis Works, v. 5. E5M1 

- Munro (R.) Archaeology and false antiquities. 1905. ill. - 57101 

Some account of disputed antiquarian discoveries. 

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ARC GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Archaeology. Lang (A.) The Clyde mystery. 1905. ill. - - 57103 

11 A criticism of some chapters in Munro's ' Archaeology and false antiquities.'" 

- Rathgen(F.) The preservation of antiquities. 1905. bibl. ill. 57901 

- In Strong (S. A.) Critical studies. 1905. .... 82820 

- See also Monuments. Names of countries and places for national and 

local antiquities. 
Archbutt (Leonard) and Deeley (R. M.) Lubrication and 

lubricants. 1907. ill. - - - ' - - - - 62306 
Archery. For list of other sports, see Sports. 

- Longman (C. J. ) and others. Archery. 1894. bibl. ill. - 79611 
Archibald (Douglas) The earth's atmosphere. 1897. ill. - 55106 
Archibald (John) A ten years' conflict. 1907. ill. - - 27505 

The conflict between Presbytery and Episcopacy, 1701-11. 

Arches ard (P. E.) Microscopy and bacteriology. 1905. ill. - 61606 

Architecture. For list of other branches of art, see Arts, Fine ; for 
applications of architecture, see Building. 

- Alison (Sir A.) The British school of architecture. In his 

Essays, v. 3. 1850. E3A3 

- Atkinson (T. D.) A glossary of English architecture. 1906. 72004 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 6-8. 1903. ill. - - 03207-9 

- Gothic stonework. In Cassell's New technical educator, v. 5-6. 60310-1 

- Kingsley(C) Grots and groves. In his Lectures. 1898. - E1K4 

- Rogers (F.) Architect's guide, a text book. 1894. ill. - - 72001 

- Ruskin(J.) Lectures on architecture and painting. 1902. ill. 72002 
On the old road, essays, v. 1. 1899. 70401 

The opening of the Crystal Palace. The study of architecture in our schools. 
The seven lamps of architecture. 1906. ill. - - - 72003 

- - The stones of Venice. 1903-5. 3 v. ill. .... 72005-7 

- Spiers (R. P.) Architectural drawing. 1905. ill. - - - 74401 

- Ward (J.) Historic ornament, architectural. 1897. 2 v. ill. 74004-5 

- See also Churches. Houses. 

Arctic and Antarctic regions. Gordon (W. J.) Round about the 

North Pole. 1907. ill. maps. 99411 

- Greely(A. W.) Handbook of Arctic discoveries. 1896. bibl. maps. 99407 

- Hoare (J. D.) Arctic exploration. 1906. ill. maps. - - 99404 

- Nansen (F.) Farthest north, voyage of 'Fram,' 1893-6. ill. - 99410 

- Scott (G.F.) The romance of Polar exploration. 1907. ill. maps. 99409 

- Scott (R.F.) The voyage of the 'Discovery '[Antarctic]. 1907. 

2 v. ill. maps. 99405-6 

- See also North-west Passage. 

1 Ardath,' the story of a dead self ; by Marie Corelli. - - 91 CI 

Arden Massiter [a novel] ; by W. Barry. 134B2 

Argyll, Archibald Campbell, Marquis of. In Carslaw (W. H.) 

Six martyrs of the Scottish reformation. 1907. port. ill. 99827 
Argyll (George J. D. Campbell, Duke of) Autobiography 

and memoirs, 1823-1900. 1906. 2 v. bibl. port. ill. - Alll-2 

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Argyll (George J. D. Campbell, Duke of) Irish nationalism, 

an appeal to history. 1893. 92610 

- "Presbytery examined." 1848. 27507 

" Ecclesiastical history of Scotland since the reformation." 
Argyll, George J. D. Campbell, Duke of. Moore (A. L.) Duke of 

Argyll's ' ' Unity of nature. " In his Science and the faith. 23909 

Ariadne Florentina, on engraving ; by J. Ruskin. 1890. ill. - 76001 
Aristotle. Constitution of Athens ; trans, by T. J. Dymes. 1891. 88815 

- Poetics ; ed. with trans, by S. H. Butcher. 1898. - - - 88812 
Arithmetic. For list of related subjects, see Mathematics. 

- Briggs (W.) eel. The primary arithmetic. 3 v. - - -51103-5 
and Chope (R. H.) eels. Clive's Shilling arithmetic. 1905.- 51106 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 1-3. 1903. - - - 03202-4 

- Chope (R. H.) The junior arithmetic. 1905. - 51107 

- Lock (J. B.) Arithmetic for schools. 1904. - 51102 

- Lodge (Sir O. J.) Easy mathematics, chiefly arithmetic. 1906. 51005 

- Palmer (G. W. ) Arithmetic, chiefly examples. 1907. - - 51109 

- Pendlebury (C.) Arithmetic. 1904. - - - 51101 

- Workman (W. P.) The school arithmetic. 1905. - - - 51108 

- See also Mensuration. 

Ark of the curse ; by K. L. Montgomery. 103 Ml 

Armadale [a novel] ; by W. Wilkie Collins. - - - - 75 CI 
Armenia. Win tie (W. J.) Armenia and its sorrows. 1898. ill. 94406 
Arminius. Creasy (Sir E. S. ) Victory of Arminius over the Roman 

legions under Varus. In his Fifteen decisive battles. - 90404 

Armitage (C. H.) and Montanaro (A. F.) The Ashanti cam- 
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Armourer's prentices ; by C. M. Yonge. 2Y2 

Arms and armour. For list of related subjects, see Customs. 

- Calvert (A. F.) Spanish arms and armour. 1907. ill. - - 39901 

" Historical and descriptive account of the Royal Armoury of Madrid." 

Armstrong (Thomas) My life in Connaught. 1907. port. ill. A221 
Army. For list of related subjects, see Government. 

- Alison (Sir A.) Military treason and national guards. In his 

Essays, v. 1. 1850. E3A1 

- Beauclerk (C. W. W. D. ) A national army. .... 35513 

- Haldane (R. B.) Army reform, and other addresses. 1907. - 35510 

- Roberts (Earl) A nation in arms. 1907. .... 35507 

" Speeches on the requirements of the British army." 

- Wheeler (O.) The story of our army. 1902. ill. - - - 35504 

- Wilkinson (H. S.) Brain of an army, German general staff. - 35514 

- See also Cavalry. Conscription. Defence. Tactics. 
Arnauld, Jacqueline. Buxton (E. M. W.) Mere Angelique. In 

her Book of noble women, port. ----- 99826 

Arne (Thomas A.) Twenty songs, fo. mus. - 78413 
Arnim, Bettina von. Sainte-Beuve (C.A.) Goethe and Bettina. 

In his Essays, v. 2. 1901. E11S2 

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- The Light of Asia, Gautama [a poem]. 1904. port. ill. - 402 A 

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- Wandering words [travel]. 1894. ill. 90815 

Arnold (Edwin L.) Lieut. Gullivar Jones, his vacation. - - 47 Al 

Arnold (Matthew) Irish essays, and others. 1891. - - E4A1 

The incornpatibles [Irish affairs]. An unregarded Irish grievance. 
Ecce, convertimur ad rentes [education]. The future of liberalism. A 
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Arnold (Thomas) A manual of English literature. 1888. 
Arnold, Wm. T. [a biography] ; by Mrs. H. Ward and C. E. Montague. A 141 
Arnold's Modern French, bk. 1 ; ed. by H. L. Hutton. 1906. 44857 
Arnott (S.) Climbing plants and wall shrubs. 1903. ill. - 71602 
Around a distant star [a novel] ; by J. Delaire. - - - 79 Dl 
Around the cross, doctrine of Christ ; by W. H. M. H. Aitken. 1884. 23401 
Arrah Neil, or, times of old ; by G. P. R. James. 
Arran. M c Arthur (J.) The antiquities of Arran. 1873. ill. 
Arrhenius (Svante) Immunochemistry. 1907. 
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- Bosanquet (J.) Artistic handwork in education. In his 
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- Huxley (T. ) Science and art in relation to education. In his 

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- Kingsley (C.) The poetry of sacred and legendary art. In his 

Lectures and essays. 1898. • - 

- Mourey (G. ) Art; Renaissance of industrial art. In his 

Across the Channel, art in London. 1896. 

- Ruskin (J. ) Eagle's nest, relation of natural science to art. 1902. 

- - "A joy for ever," on the political economy of art. 1904. - 
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" Lectures on art and its application to decoration and manufacture." 

Val d'Arno, lectures on Tuscan art. 1900. ill. - - - 70903 

- Sanford (F. G.) The art crafts for beginners. 1906. ill. - 70001 

Thin wood-working. Sheet-metal work. Leather- work. Basket-work. 
Bookbinding. [Etc.] 

- Seymour (F.) Siena and her artists. 1907. ill. - - - 93704 

- In Strong (S. A.) Critical studies. 1905. ill. - - - 82820 

- Symonds (J. A.) Renaissance in Italy, the fine arts. 1897. - 70904 

- See also Musicians. Painters. 

Arts, Fine and recreative. See Esthetics. Amusements. Architecture. 

Art, arts, artists. Decoration. Design. Drawing. Engraving. 

Gardening. Music. Painting. Photography. Renaissance. 

Sculpture. 
Arts, Useful, Industries and manufactures, etc. See under the following 

and their sub-headings : Agriculture. Chemical technology. 

Commerce. Domestic economy. Engineering. Industries and 

manufactures. Inventions. Medicine. Metallurgy. Receipts. 
Arthur, King. Malory (Sir T.) History of King Arthur. - - 39807 

- Strachey (Sir E.) Riding down to Camelot. In his Talk at 

a country house. 1895. 82815 

Arthur O'Leary, Adventures of ; by C. Lever. - 39L4 

As ye have sown ; by D. Wyllarde. - - - - - - 94 Wl 

Asaka\va(K.) The Russo-Japanese conflict. 1905. ill. map.- 95110 

Ascent of man [evolution] ; by H. Drummond. 1904. - - 57503 
Ascham, Roger. Adams (W. H. D.) Ascham's "Schoolmaster." 

In his Famous books. 02810 

Ash (Edwin) Hypnotism and suggestion. 1908. ill. - - 13405 
Ashenhurst (Thomas R. ) Textile calculations and the structure 

of fabrics. 1902. port. ill. 67713 

Ashley (Percy) Local and central government. 1906. - - 35209 

Ashley, and other stories ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. - - 10W10 

Asia. Alston (L.) White man's work in Asia and Africa. 1907. 32506 

"A discussion of the main difficulties of the colour question." 

- Forbes (A. G.) The empires and cities of Asia. map. - - 94308 

- Lansdell (H.) Through central Asia. 1887. ill. map. - - 94907 

- Niebuhr (C.) The Tell el Amarna period. 1903. bibl. - - 95708 

"The relations of Egypt and western Asia in the 15th century B.C." 

- Polo (M.) Travels [1271-95]. 1904. 94302 

- Vambery (A.) Western culture in eastern lands. 1906. - 94305 

11 A comparison of the methods adopted by England and Russia in the 
middle east." 

Asia Minor. Burnaby (F.) Through Asia Minor [1876-8]. 1898. map. 94414 

Asiaticus. An eastern view of western progress. 1905. - - 30102 

Askew (John B.) ed. Pros and cons, a debater's guide. 1906. - 37404 

Aspa (Rosario) Fifty pedal exercises for the organ. 4°. - - 78605 

Aspects of life, twelve sermons ; by J. Caird. .... 25213 

Asquith, Herbert H. [a biography] ; by J. P. Alderson. 1905. port. A191 

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at a country house. 1895.. 82815 

- Winckler (H.) History of Babylonia and Assyria. 1907. map. 94418 
Asto.v (W. D.) The duties and rights of citizenship. 1907. - 32007 
Aston (Wm.G. ) A grammar of the Japanese spoken language. 1888. 49501 
Astonishing history of Troy Town ; by A. T. Quiller Couch. - 99 C 3 
Astoria, enterprise beyond the Rocky Mountains; by W. Irving. 97402 
Astrology. For list of related subjects, see Mind and body. 

- Harvey (J.) Essays on astrology. 1906. .... 13301 
Astronomers. In Smiles (S. ) Men of invention and industry. 1905. 99703 
Astronomy. For list of other branches of science, see Science. 

- Baikie (J. ) Through the telescope. 1906. ill. - - - 52306 

A popular introduction to astronomy. 

- Ball (Sir R. S.) Elements of astronomy. 1903. ill. - - 52001 
In starry realms. 1907. ill. 52313 

Star-land, the wonders of the heavens. 1905. ill. - - 52304 

The story of the heavens. 1905. ill. .... 52315 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 1-2. 1903. ill. - - 03202-3 

- Gore (J. E.) Astronomical essays. 1907. ill. - - - 52004 

- Moulton (F. R.) An introduction to astronomy. 1907. ill. 52005 

- In Proctor (R. A.) Light science for leisure hours, v. 2. 1906. 50425 

Movements in the star-depths. The sun's true atmosphere. News 
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- Serviss (G. P.) Pleasures of the telescope. 1907. ill. - - 52309 

- Stuart (J. ) A chapter of science, ill. 52003 

- Turner (H. H.) Astronomical discovery. 1904. ill. - - 52002 

- See also Compass. Eclipses. Moon. Navigation. Solar system. 

Stars. Sun. Surveying. Time. Venus. 

At close range ; by F. H. Smith. 86 S 2 

At last, Christmas in the West Indies ; by C. Kingsley. 1905. ill. 97701 

At school and at sea [autobiography] ; by F. Si. Norman. 1899. ill. N031 

At Sunwich Port ; by W. W. Jacobs. 4J3 

At the eleventh hour ; by David Lyall. 66 LI 

At the mercy of Tiberias ; by A. J. E. Wilson. - 68 W4 

Athenais. Houston (J. A. C.) The daughter of Leontius. 1894. 93906 

Athens. Aristotle. Constitution of Athens. ... - 88815 

- In Duckworth (H. T. F.) Some pages of Levantine history, ill. 94411 

- Tucker (T. G.) Life in ancient Athens. 1907. bibl. ill. - 93822 
AthePwTOX (Gertrude F. ) American wives and English husbands. 55 A 1 

- A daughter of the vine. 55 A 3 

- Patience Sparhawk and her times. - - - - - 55 A 2 

- Senator North. 55A4 

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Atkey (Bertram) Folk of the wild [animal life]. 1907. ill. - 59118 

Atkinson (John C.) Forty years in a moorland parish, Danby. A151 

Atkinson (Tiios. D. ) Glossary of English architecture. 1906. - 72004 
Atlas. For related subjects, see Geography. 

- Multum in parvo atlas of the world; with text. 1907. - - 90701 
Atlay (J. B. ) The Victorian chancellors. 1906. v. 1. ill. - 99820 
Atmosphere. See Air. 

Atoms of empire [stories] ; by C. J. Cutcliffe W. Hyne. - - 115 H 2 
Atonement. For list of related subjects, see Jesus Christ. 

- Beeching (H. C.) and Nairne (A.) Doctrine of atonement. 1907. 23229 

- Denney (J.) The atonement and the modern mind. 1903. - 23224 

- Hall (N.) Atonement, the fundamental fact of Christianity. - 23220 

- Lofthouse (W. F.) Ethics and atonement. 1906. - - - 23231 
Atonement of Learn Dundas ; by Mrs. E. Lynn Linton. - - 46L2 
Atterbury, Francis. In Beeching (H. C.) Provincial letters. - E6B1 

Attila, or, the Huns ; by G. P. R. James. 6 J 23 

Attwood (Edward L.) War-ships, a text-book. 1906. ill. - 62601 

Au fait. The art of conversing. 1901. 37408 

- The correct guide to letter waiting. 80808 

- Manners and rules of good society. 1903. .... 39503 

- Social observances, practical etiquette. 1897. - - 39501 

Audrey [a romance] ; by M. Johnston. 26J2 

Auerbach (Felix) The Zeiss works and the Carl-Zeiss Stiftung 

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Augier (Emile) et Sandeau (J. ) Le gendre de M. Poirier, comedie. 44863 

Augustine, Saint. Harnack (A. ) The confessions of St. Augustine. 27102 
Augustus Caesar, and the organisation of the Empire of Rome ; 

by J. B. Firth. 1903. port. ill. maps. - A121 

Auld Licht idylls ; by J. M. Barrie. 24 B 3 

Aurelius (Marcus) Thoughts ; trans, by G. Long. - - - 18801 
Aurelius, Marcus. Alston (L. ) Stoic and Christian in the second 

century. 1906. 18802 

" A comparison of the ethical teaching of Marcus Aurelius with that of 
contemporary and antecedent Christianity." 

- In Davis (C. H. S.) Greek and Roman stoicism. 1903. - - 18803 
-7nDods(M.) Erasmus, and other essays. 1891. - - - E4D1 
Austen (Jane) Emma. - - - - - - - - 60A4 

- Mansfield Park, a novel. 60 A 5 

- Northanger Abbey. Persuasion. 60 A 2 

- Pride and prejudice. 60 A 1 

- Sense and sensibility. 60 A 3 

Austen, Jane. Leigh (J. E. A.) A memoir of Jane Austen. 1871. A091 

" To which is added ' Lady Susan.' " 

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Australasia in the nineteenth century. 1903. - - - 98607 

Australia. Boothby (G. N.) On the wallaby. 1894. ill.- - 98610 

- Dale (R. W.) Impressions of Australia. 1889. - - - 98608 

- Gregory (J. W. ) The dead heart of Australia. 1906. ill. maps. 99001 

"A journey around Lake Eyre in 1901-2." 

- Lee (I.) Coming of the British to Australia, 1788-1829. ill. - 98606 

- In Park (M. M.) Greater Britain and the far east. 1907. ill. 90817 

- Redmond (W.) Through the new Commonwealth. 1906. ill. map. 98604 

- Scott (G. F. ) Romance of Australian exploring. 1899. ill. map. 98609 

- Thomas (N. W.) Natives of Australia. 1906. bibl. ill. map. 57203 
Austria-Hungary. Palmer (F. H. E.) Austro-Hungarian life. ill. 92908 

- Scotus Viator. The future of Austria-Hungary. 1907. bibl. 92909 
Authors. For list of other subjects in biography, see Biography. 

- Dobson (H. A.) Titled authors of the eighteenth century. In Ms 

Side-walk studies. 1902. - - E2D1 

- Knight (W. A.) Retrospects. 1904. v. 1. - - - - 99903 

Carlyle. Tennyson. Browning. J. Martin eau. A. P. Stanley. W. 
Davies. [Etc.] 

- Sessions (F.) Literary celebrities of the Lake-district. 1907. 99902 

- Vincent (L. H.) American literary masters. 1906. - - 81001 

Irving. Bryant. Cooper. Emerson. Poe. Longfellow. Whittier. 
Hawthorne. Lowell. [Etc.] 

- See also Drama (for list of dramatists). Essays (for list of essayists). 

Fiction (for list of novelists). Humourists. Novelists. Poets. 
Authorship. For lists of related subjects, see Books. Literature. 

- In Benson (A. C.) From a college window. 1906. - - - E4B1 

- Stevenson (R. L.) Essays in the art of writing. 1905. - - 80805 
Autobiographies are entered in the catalogue under the names of their 

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Autobiography. In Alison (Sir A. ) Essays, v. 3. 1S50. - - E3A3 

- In Stephen (Sir L.) Hours in a library, v. 3. 1899. - - E4S3 
Autobiography of a slander ; by Edna Lyall. - - - 67 L 7 
Autobiography of a thief, and other histories ; by C. Reade. - 16R11 

A sequel to "It is never too late to mend," 16R13. 

Autobiography of a truth ; by Edna Lyall. - - - 67 L 8 

Autobiography of Mark Rutherford ; by W. H. White. - - 52 Wl 

Autocrat of the breakfast- table ; by O. W. Holmes. - - - E5H2 

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- A contribution to our knowledge of seedlings. 1896. ill. - 58108 

- On municipal and national trading. 1906. .... 35201 

- The pleasures of life. 1905. E2A1 

The duty of happiness. The happiness of duty. A song of books. The 
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Love. Art. Music. The beauties of nature. Religion. The hope of 
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- The use of life [essays]. 1904. E2A2 

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Avery (Alfred H. ) The A B C of dynamo design, ill. - - 62407 
Aves (Ernest) Co-operative industry. 1907. - 33403 

Awkward age ; by H. James. 7 J 10 

Axel and Anna [a tale] ; by F. Bremer. 86 B 3 

Axon (William E. A.) Cobden as a citizen. 1907. - - - C112 
Ayesha ; by H. Rider Haggard. 2 copies. 3H20 

A sequel to " She," 3H12. 

Aylwin [a novel] ; by T. Watts Dunton. 62 Dl 

Ayres of Studleigh ; by A. S. Swan. - - - - - - 148 S 16 

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Aytoun (William E.) Lays of the Scottish cavaliers [etc.] 1887. 101 A 

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Babington (Charles C.) Manual of British botany. 1904. - 58103 

Babylonia. Sayce (A. H.) The religions of ancient Egypt and 

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- Winckler (H.) History of Babylonia and Assyria. 1907. map. 94418 
Bacheller (Irving) Eben Holden, a tale of the north country. 1B2 

- Silas Strong. 1B1 

Bachelor in Arcady ; by H. Sutcliffe. - ..... 145 SI 

Bachelor in search of a wife ; by A. S. Swan. .... 148 S 7 

Bachelor's blunder ; by W. E. Norris. 14N3 

Bacon (Albert M.) A manual of gesture. 1900. ill. - - 80818 
Bacon (Edwin M.) The Connecticut River and the valley of the 

Connecticut. 1906. ill. map. 97317 

Bacon (Francis, Viscount St. Albans) Advancement of learning. 

The new Atlantis, bibl. 19208 

- Essays. Colours of good and evil. Advancement of learning. E12B1 
Bacon, Francis, Viscount St. Albans. In Macaulay (Lord) Works. 82827 



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- Nichol (J.) Bacon, his life and philosophy. 1901 

- In Robertson (J. M.) Pioneer humanists. 1907. - 
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Bacteria. For related subjects, see Botany. Disease. Health 

- Archinard (P. E.) Microscopy and bacteriology. 1905. ill. 

- Conn (H. W.) The story of germ life, bacteria. 1S99. ill. - 

- Waldo (F. J.) and Walsh (D.) Bread, bakehouses, and bacteria. 

- Woodhead (G. S.) Bacteria and their products. 1892. bibl. ill. 
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Baddeley (St. Clair) and Gordon (L. D. ) Rome and its story. 

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1. Hartley Coleridge. Shakespeare — the man. William Cowper. The 
first Edinburgh reviewers. Edward Gibbon. Percy B. Shelley. 2. Thomas 
B. Macaulay. Beranger. The Waverley novels. Charles Dickens. Milton. 
Lady Mary Wortley Montagu. dough's poems. Sterne and Thackeray. 
Wordsworth, Tennyson, and Browning. 3. Letters on the coup d'etat of 
1851. Oxford. Bishop Butler. The ignorance of man. The metaphysical 
basis of toleration. Bad lawyers or good? The Credit Mobilier and banking 
companies in France. Memoir of James Wilson. [Etc.] 

- Physics and politics. 1896. 30107 

Bagot (Richard) Love's proxy. 2B2 

- The passport. 2B1 

Baikie (James) Through the telescope [astronomy]. 1906. ill. 52306 

1 Bail up ' ! a romance of bushrangers and blacks; by H. Nisbet. 11 Nl 

Bailey (E. H. S.) Sanitary and applied chemistry. 1906. - 61411 

Bailey (Elmer J.) Novels of George Meredith, a study. 1908. 82608 

Bailey (Henry C.) Beaujeu. - - 3B2 

- Karl of Erbach, a tale. 3B1 

Bailey (Philip J.) Festus, a poem. 1901 B 

Bailey (Robert J.) joint-author. See Harrison (W. J.) 

Baillie, Robert, the covenanter. In Carlyle (T.) Essays, v. 6. - E1C6 
Bain (Alexander) English composition and rhetoric. 2 v. - 80806-7 
Bain (John A. ) The new reformation, recent evangelical move- 
ments in the Roman Catholic Church. 1906. - - - 28213 
Bain (Robert N.) Charles XII. and the Swedish Empire, 1682- 

1719. 1902. C371 

- The first Romanovs, 1613-1725. 1905. ill. - 94026 

- The pupils of Peter the Great. 1897. ill. - 94012 

- Slavonic Europe, Poland and Russia, 1447-1796. 1908. maps. 94030 
Baker (Ernest A.) History in fiction. [1907]. 2 v. - -02808-9 
Baker (James) A double choice. ------ 4B1 

Baker (James H.) American problems, essays, addresses. 1907. 30410 

Baker (Sir Samuel W.) Cyprus as I saw it in 1879. ill. - 94415 

- The rifle and hound in Ceylon. 1904. ill. - 94801 
Bale (Manfred P.) A handbook for steam users. 1906. - - 62142 

- Saw-mills, arrangement and management. 1906. - - - 62309 

- Steam and machinery management. 1890. ill. - - - 62024 
Balfour (Andrew) Cashiered, and other war tales. - - - 7B1 

- The golden kingdom. 7B2 

Balfour (JabezS.) My prison life. 1907. port. - - - B311 

Balfour (John H.) Biography of John Coldstream. 1865. - C341 

Baliol Garth [a novel] ; by A. Gissing. 29 Gl 

Balkans. Durham (M. E.) The burden of the Balkans. 1905. ill. map. 93903 
Balkwill (F. H.) The testimony of the teeth to man's place in 

nature, with other essays on evolution. 1893. - - 57512 

Ball (John) The central Alps. 1907. v. 1. maps. - - 93503 

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Ball (Sir Robert S.) Elements of astronomy. 1903. ill. - 52001 

- In starry realms. 1907. ill. 52313 

- Star-land, wonders of the heavens. 1905. ill. - - - 52304 

- The story of the heavens. 1905. ill. 52315 

Ballads. For lists of related subjects, see Music. Poetry, Collections. 

- Duncan (E.) The story of minstrelsy. 1907. bill. ill. mus. 78407 

- Ford (R.) ed. Vagabond songs and ballads of Scotland. 1904. 82233 

- Herd (D.) ed. Scottish songs, heroic ballads, etc. 2 v. - - 82217-8 

- McDowall (W.) Among the old Scotch minstrels. 1888. - 82305 

- Scott (Sir VV.) ed. Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border, ill. - 82208 

- Selected ballads. In English poets, v. 1. 1903. - - - 82221 

- Sparling (H. H.) ed. Irish minstrelsy, songs and ballads. - 82401 
Ballard (Frank) Christian essentials [theology]. 1907.- - 23016 

- Christianity and socialism. In Citizen of to-morrow. 1906. 30409 
Ballooning. See Aerial navigation. 

Baltic. Lucy(H. W.) The log of the' Tantallon Castle.' 1896. ill. 94103 

- MacGregor ( J. ) The Rob Roy on the Baltic. 1896. ill. maps. 94101 
Balzac (Honore de) Eugenie Grandet ; with notes. 1905. - 44835 
Balzac, Honore de. Stephen (Sir L.) Balzac's novels. In his 

Hours in a library, v. 1. 1899. - E4S1 

Bancroft (Elizabeth D.) Letters from England, 1846-9. 'port. B141 
Bancroft (George) History of the United States. 7 v. - 97209-15 
Bancroft, George. Prescott (W. H. ) Bancroft's United States. 

In his Miscellanies. E2P1 

Bangs (John K. ) A house-boat on the Styx. .... 13B3 

- The enchanted typewriter. - - - - - - 13 B 2 

A sequel to " A house-boat on the Styx. " 

- Mr. Munchausen, recent adventures. 13 Bl 

Baxister (Henry C.) Musical analysis, mus. - 78109 
Banking. For list of related subjects, see Political economy. 

- Bagehot ( W. ) The Credit Mobilier and banking companies in 

France. In his Literary studies, v. 3. 1898. - - - E5B3 

- Clews (H.) and others. Practical problems in banking and 

currency. 1907. 33208 

- Easton (H. T.) Money, exchange, and banking. - - - 33203 

- Macleod (H. D.) The elements of banking. 1891. - - - 33204 

- Miller ( W. H. ) On the bank's threshold, outline of banking. - 33207 

- Rhodes (W. E. ) The Italian bankers in England and their 

loans to Edward I. -II. In Historical essays. 1907. - 90406 

- Warren (H.) How to choose your banker. 1900. - - - 33205 
Banks (R. G. D.) The employee who will succeed. 1907. - 65809 
Banville (Theodore de) Gringoire, comedie ; with notes. - 44820 

Baptist [a drama] ; by G. Buchanan. 1501 B 

Barabbas, a dream of the world's tragedy ; by Marie Corelli. - 91 C 9 

Barber (Thomas W.) Repair, maintenance of machinery. 1895. 62010 
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Genesis ; by A. H. Sayce. - - 22309 
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Joshua ; Judges ; by A. R. S. 

Kennedy. 22314 

Samuel I. -II. ; by J. Sime. - - 22315 
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Chronicles I. -II. ; by A. H. Games. 22317 
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Job ; Ruth ; by W. E. Addis.- - 22403 
Psalms ; by A. W. Streane. - - 22404 
Proverbs ; Ecclesiastes ; Song of 

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Wisdom, and Jewish apocryphal 

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- Barnes (A.) Notes on the Epistles of Paul to the Thessalonians, 

to Timothy, to Titus, and to Philemon. 1846. - - 22811 

- Drysdale (A. H.) Epistle of St. Paul to Philemon. 1906. bibl. 22801 

- Barnes (A.) Notes on the Epistle to the Hebrews. 1846. - 22812 

- Delitzsch (F.) Commentary on Epistle to the Hebrews. 2 v.- 22804-5 

- Barnes (A.) Notes on the Book of Revelation. 1852. may). - 22902 

- Trench (R. C. ) The Epistles to the seven churches in Asia, 

Revelation 2-3. 1883. 22901 

Bible, 2, Dictionaries and concordances. Fausset (A. R.) Bible 

cyclopaedia, ill. 22015 

- Gaston (H.) Commonplace book to the Holy Bible. 1847. - 22009 

- Walker (J. B. R.) Concordance to the Holy Scriptures. 1903. 22012 
Bible, 3, Characters. Moody (D. L.) Bible characters. - - 22109 

- Watson (J.) Companions of the sorrowful way. 1898. - - 22702 
Bible, 4, Science. Dawson (Sir J. W.) Science in Bible lands, ill. 22102 

- Palmoni, an essay. 1851. 22107 

" Chronographical and numerical systems in use among the ancient Jews." 

Bible, 5, General. Barrett (G. S.) The Bible and its inspiration. 22013 
"With some reference to the higher criticism." 

- Beet (J. A.) A key to unlock the Bible. 1901. - - - 22002 

- Carr (A.) Horaj Biblicse. 1903. 22011 

" Short studies in the Old and New Testaments." 

- Foster (C.) Story of the Bible, Genesis to Revelation, ill. - 22003 

- Frazer (J. G.) ed. Passages of the Bible. 1899. - - - 22004 

" Chosen for their literary beauty and interest." 

- Gibson (J. M.) The unity and symmetry of the Bible. 1896. 22108 

- Houghton (L. S.) Hebrew life and thought. 1906. - - 22005 

11 Interpretative studies in the literature of Israel." 

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Bible, 5, General. McFadyen (J. E. ) Prayers of the Bible. 1906. 

- Pierson (A. T.) The Bible and spiritual criticism. 1906. 

- Reichel (G. V.) Bible truth through eye and ear. 1906. 

- Westeott (B. F.) The history of the English Bible. 1868. - 

- Wilson (Mrs. A. C.) Clews to Holy Writ. 1901. - 

Bible, 6, Old Testament. Conder (C. R. ) Critics and the law. 1907. 

- Driver (S. R.) The literature of the Old Testament. 1905. - 

- Gibson (E. C. S.) The Old Testament in the New. - 

- Ingram (A. F. W. ) Old Testament difficulties. With his Reasons 

for faith. 1907. 

- Kirkpatrick (A. F.) Divine library of the Old Testament. 

- Knight (H. T. ) Criticism and the Old Testament. 1906. bib!. 

- Margoliouth (D. S.) Lines of defence of the Biblical revelation. 

- Peake (A. S.) Problem of suffering in Old Testament. 1904. 

- Smith (Sir W.) ed. The Old Testament history to [400 B.C.] - 

- Whitham (A. R. ) Readings in 0. T. history. 1907. maps.- 

- Wright (C. H. H.) Introduction to the Old Testament, bibl. 

- Wright (G. F.) Scientific confirmations of O. T. history. 1907. 

- Macgregor (G. H. C.) Messages of the Old Testament. 1901. 

" Genesis to Chronicles, and Joel." 

- Zimmern (H.) Babylonian and Hebrew Genesis. 1901. bibl. 

- Geikie (J. C.) The Bible by modern light. 1894. ill. map. - 

"Moses to the Judges." 

- Cullen (J.) The book of the covenant in Moab. 1903. - 

"A critical inquiry into the original form of Deuteronomy.'' 

- Thirtle (J. W.) Old Testament problems. 1907. - 

11 Critical studies in the Psalms and Isaiah." 

- Genung (J. F. ) The Hebrew literature of Wisdom. 1906. 
Bible, 7, New Testament. Bosanquet (B.) How to read the New 

Testament. In his Essays. 1899. 

- Deissmann (A.) New light on the New Testament. 1907. 

- Greenhough (J. G. ) and others. Great texts of the New 

Testament. 1907. 

- Ingram (A. F. W.) New Testament difficulties. With his 

Reasons for faith. 1907. 

- Smith (P.) The New Testament history. 1892. ill. maps. - 

- Alford (H.) How to study the New Testament. 1868. - 

"The Gospels and the Acts of the apostles." 

- Bruce (A. B.) The Galilean Gospel. 

- Burkitt (F. C.) The Gospel history and its transmission. 1907. 

- Froude (J. A.) Criticism and Gospel history, hi his Studies. 

- Geikie (J. C.) The Gospels. 1894. ill. map. 

- Seidel (M.) In the time of Jesus. 1885. - 

- Sanday (W. ) The criticism of the fourth Gospel. 1905. bibl. 



See also Apostles. 
Prophecy. 



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Bibliography. See Books. 

Biddle (Nicholas) ed. The expedition of Captains Lewis and 

Clark to the sources of the Missouri, 1804-6. 1905. 3 v. 97405-7 
Biddulph (John) The pirates of Malabar. An Englishwoman 

in India two hundred years ago. 1907. ill, - - - 94806 
Bigelow (John) The mystery of sleep. 1904. - 13501 

Bild des Kaisers ; von W. Hauff ; with notes. 1893. - - 43817 

Biles (J. H.) Steam turbine applied to marine purposes. 1906. 62143 
Billiards. For list of other games, see Games. 

- Broadfoot (W.) and others. Billiards. 1897. ill. - 79404 

- Boberts (C.) Billiards for everybody. 1906. ill. - - - 79405 
Biography. At this place are entered only general and miscellaneous 

collections of biographies, and works dealing with biography as a 
subject. Collections of biographies of persons belonging to 
nations, professions, or classes, and biographies of individuals, 
are entered under their respective names. 

- Bryce (J. ) Studies in contemporary biography. 1903. - - 99606 

Earl of Beaconsfield. J. R. Green. C. S. Parnell. E. A. Freeman. 
E. E. Bowen. W. E. Gladstone. [Etc.] 

-In Carlyle (T.) Essays, v. 4. - E1C4 

- Irving (W.) Biographies and miscellaneous papers. 1885. - 99508 

Legend of Pelayo. Fernan Gonzalez. Fernando the Saint. Thomas 
Campbell. Margaret M. Davidson. [Etc.] 

- Prescott (W. H.) Biographical and critical miscellanies. - E2P1 

- Robertson (J. M.) Pioneer humanists. 1907. - - - 99824 

Machiavelli. Bacon. Hobbes. Spinoza. Shaftesbury. Mandeville. 
Gibbon. [Etc.] 

- Saintsbury (G. E. B.) Some great biographies. In his Essays. 82104 

- Smiles (S.) Men of invention and industry. 1905. ill. - - 99703 

Phineas Pett. F. P. Smith. John Harrison. W. Murdock. F. Koenig. 
The Walters. C. Bianconi. Industry in Ireland. Shipbuilding in Belfast. 
Astronomers and students in humble life. [Etc.] 

- See also Art, arts, artists. Authors. Autobiography. Booksellers. 

Chancellors. Christian biography. Engineers. Families. Greeks. 
Heraldry. Heroes. Landed gentry. Names, Personal. Naval 
biography. Peerage. Physicians. Scots. Statesmen. Woman. 
Biology. For list of other branches of science, see Science. 

- Bastian (H. C.) The evolution of life. 1907. ill. - - - 57602 

- Campbell (H. J.) Text-book of elementary biology. 1905. ill. 57003 

- Conn (H. W.) The story of life's mechanism. 1899. ill. - 57001 

- In Huxley (T. H.) Science and education, essays. 1905. - 50423 

The educational value of the natural history sciences. The study of 
biology. The connection of the biological sciences with medicine. 

- Le Dantec (F.) The nature and origin of life. 1907. ill. - 57601 

- Sutcliffe (A.) The wonders of life in earth, air, and sea. ill. 57002 

- See also Creation. Evolution. Man, Natural history of. Matter. 

Microscopy. 
Bird (Isabella L.) See Bishop (Mrs. Isabella L.) 
Birds. For related subjects, see Domestic animals. Vertebrates. 

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Birds. Bechstein (J. M.) Cage and chamber-birds. 1900. col. ill. 63603 
"Natural history, habits, food, diseases, management, and capture." 

- Cotton (J.) Beautiful birds described. 3 v. ill. - - - 59814-6 

- Dixon (C.) Among the birds in northern shires. 1900. ill. - 59812 

- Gordon (W. J.) Our country's birds, col. ill. - - - 59817 

- Kearton (R.) Nature's carol singers. 1906. ill. - - - 59809 

- - Wild nature's ways. 1904. ill. 59805 

- Lowell (J. R.) My garden acquaintance. In My study windows. E1L1 

- Michelet (J.) L'oiseau. 1905. - - ... 59804 

- Pigott (T. D.) London birds, and other sketches. 1902. ill. 59810 

- Wood (J. G.) Illustrated natural history, birds. - - - 59806 

- Wood (T.) Our bird allies. 1887. ill. 59813 

- See also Eggs. Touch. Water-fowl. 

Birmingham (George A.) Hyacinth [a novel]. - - - - 143 B 2 

- The seething pot. 143 Bl 

Birrell (Augustine) Collected essays. 1902. 2 v. - - E1B1-2 

1. Carlyle. On the alleged obscurity of Mr. Browning's poetry. Milton. 
Pope. Dr. Johnson. Burke. 2. Richardson. Gibbon. Cowper. Cardinal 
Newman. Matthew Arnold. [Etc.] 

Birt (F. B. B.) Chota Nagpore, a province of the Empire. 1903. ill. 94805 

Bishop (Mrs. Isabella L.) Among the Tibetans. 1904. ill. - 94901 

- Unbeaten tracks in Japan [1878]. 1905. ill - - - 95302 
Bishop, Mrs. Isabella L., Life; by A. M. Stoddart, 1907. port. ill. B271 
Bismarck (Otto E. L., Prince von) The correspondence of 

William I. and Bismarck. 1903. 2 v. port. - - Blll-2 

" With other letters from and to Prince Bismarck." 

Bismarck, Otto E. L., Prince von. Jacks (W.) Life of Prince 

Bismarck. 1899. port. ill. map. B113 

Bisseker(H.) Social Christianity. In The citizen of to-morrow. 30409 

Bit of human nature ; by D. C. Murray. 126M7 

Bitter debt, a tale of the Black Country ; by A. S. Swan. - 148 S 37 
Bjorling (Philip R.) and Glssing (F. T.) Peat, its use and 

manufacture. 1907. ill.- 66201 

Bjornson (BJORNSTJERNE) Synnove Solbakken [a story]. - - 60B1 

Bjornson, Bjornstjerne [a critical study] ; by G. Brandes. 1899.' 83902 

Black (C. E. D.) Marquess of Dufferin and Ava [a biography]. D081 

Black (Clementina) Sweated industry. 1907. - - - 33106 

Black (Hugh) Christ's service of love [Lord's Supper]. 1907. 26501 

- Edinburgh sermons. 1906. 25210 

- The practice of self -culture. 1904. 37407 

Black (John S.) joint-author. See Fairweather (\Y.) 

Black (Kenneth M.) The Scots churches in England. 1906. map. 28503 
Black (Mrs. Margaret) Household cookery and laundry work. 64107 

Black (Margaret M.) Disinherited. 61B1 

Black (William) Adventures in Thule, stories. - - - 62 B 20 
Au adventure in Thule. The four MacNicols. The black bothy. 

- Briseis. 62B14 

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Black i William* A daughter of Heth. ----- 62B1 

- Green pastures and Piccadilly. 62B2 

- The handsome Humes. 62 B 3 

- In far Lochaber. 62B13 

- In silk attire. 62B4 

- Kilmeny. 62B12 

- Lady Silverdale's sweetheart, and other tales. - - - 62 B 15 

The pupil of Amelias. The man who was like Shakspeare. The 
vr^e horse of Loch Suainabhal. The highlands of the city. 

- Macleod of Dare. 62B11 

- Madcap Violet. 62 BIO 

- The maid of Killeena. The marriage of Moira Fergus. - - 62B9 

- Sabina Zembra. a novel. 62B8 

- Shandon bells. 62 B5 

- Stand fast,. Craig-Royston ! 62B21 

- The strange adventures of a phaeton. 62B17 

- -Sunrise, a story. 62B6 

- Three feathers, a novel. 62B19 

- White heather, a novel. 62B18 

- Wild Eelin. - 62B16 

- Wise women of Inverness, and other miscellanies. - - - 62 B 7 
Black arrow, a tale of the two roses ; by R. L. Stevenson. - 120 S 7 
Black Douglas [a romance] ; by S. R. Crockett.- - - - 120C7 
Black Dwarf. See Ritchie. David. 

Black Dwarf ; by Sir W. Scott. 3 copies. 35S10 

Black heart and white heart, other stories; by H. Rider Haggard. 3H3 

Black Mary [a novel] ; by Allan McAulay. 142M1 

Black robe"; by W. Wilkie Collins. 75C5 

Black Rock, a tale of the Selkirks ; by Ralph Connor. - - 80 C 3 

Black Sea. 01iphant(L.) Russian shores of the Black Sea, 1852. 94024 

Black spaniel, and other stories; by R. S. Hichens. - - - 58H2 

Black tulip [a novel]; by A. Dumas. - - - - - - 58D7 

Blackburn (Douglas) A burgher Quixote [a novel]. - - 135B1 

Blackburn Helen) Women's suffrage, a record. 1902. ill. - 32403 

Blackfoot lodge tales ; by G. B. Grinnell. 1893. - - - 39817 

Blackie (John S. | Day-book ; ed. by A. S. W 7 alker. 1901. port. 82818 

- Lays of the Highlands and isles. 1888. 1801 B 

- Self -culture, intellectual, physical, and moral. 1903. - - 37403 
Blackmar (Frank W.) Economics for high schools. 1907. - 32010 
Blackmore (Richard D.) Alice Lorraine, a tale. - - - 63 B 12 

- Christowell. a Dartmoor tale. 63 B 6 

- Clara Vaughan. 63 B 5 

- Cradock No well, a tale of the New Forest. - - - 63 Bl 

- Cripps the carrier, a woodland tale. 63 B4 

- Dariel. a romance of Surrey. 63B3 

- Erema, or. my father's sin. - - - - - - - 63 B 11 

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Blackmore (Richard D. ) Lorna Doone, a romance of Exmoor. 63B13 

- The maid of Sker. 63 BIO 

- Mary Anerley, a Yorkshire tale. 63 B 9 

- Perlycross, a tale of the western hills. 63 B 8 

- Springhaven, a tale of the great war. - - - - 63 B 2 

- Tales from the telling- house. 63 B 7 

Slain by the Doones. Frida. George Bowring. Crocker's Hole. 
Blacksmithing. For list of other industries, see Industries. 

- Moore (T.) Engineers' and general smiths' work. 1906. ill. 68201 

- See also Horse -shoeing. 

"Blackwood," Tales from. 3rd series. 6 v. - - - - 64B1-6 
For principal contents, see the Catalogue of the Gorbals District 
Library, 01904, which may be referred to or borrowed. 

Blades (William) The enemies of books. 1888. ill. - - 02002 
Blagrove (George H.) Dangerous structures and how to deal 

with them. 1906. ill. 69103 

Blaikie(Wm. G.) Autobiography, a busy life. 1901. port. - B281 
Blain (Herbert E.) and others. Pitman's Secretary's hand- 
book. 1908. 65004 

Blaine (Robert G.) Hydraulic machinery. 1905. ill. - - 62707 

Blair (Gardner) Greenock street names. 1907. ill. - - 92011 

Blair (Matthew) The Paisley thread industry. 1907. port. ill. 92002 

Blake (M. M.) The blues and the brigands. - - - - 66 Bl 
Blake, Robert, Adm. Burrows (M. ) Blake. In From Howard 

to Nelson. 1907. port. 99609 

- In Callender (G. A. R.) Sea kings of Britain. 1907. maps. 99610 

Blake (William) Poems. 1874. 501 B 

Blake, Wm. In Brooke (S. A.) Studies in poetry. 1907. - - 82412 

- In Cunningham (A.) and Heaton (Mrs. C.) British painters. - 99709 

- In Yeats (W. B.) Ideas of good and evil. 1903. - - - E1Y1 
Blanc (Louis) Letters on England. 1866-7. 4 v. in 2. - - 91428-9 
Blanche, Lady Falaise, a tale ; by J. H. Shorthouse. - - 62S3 
Bland (Hubert) The happy moralist [essays. 1907]. - - E8B1 

- With the eyes of a man [essays]. 1905. port. - - - E8B2 
Bland (William) The forms of ships and boats. 1902. ill. - 62626 
Blast furnace. For list of related subjects, see Metallurgy. 

- Stevenson (J. L.) Blast furnace calculations and tables. 1906. 66904 
Blasting. For related subjects, see Mining. 

- Guttmann(0.) Blasting. 1906. ill. 62516 

Blatchford (Robert) My favourite books. 1901. - - - E9B1 

Good books and bad books. Of graphic writing. White's "Selborne." 
Sir Thomas Browne. The "Pilgrim's progress." On realism. [Etc.] 

Blazed trail ; by S. E. White. 12W3 

Bleaching. For list of related subjects, see Chemical technology. 

- Duerr (G.) and Turnbull (W.) Bleaching and calico-printing. 

1896. ill. - 66702 

- Tailfer (L.) Bleaching of linen, cotton yarn [etc.] 1901. - 66703 

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Bleak House [a novel] ; by C. Dickens. 3 copies. 
Blenheim. In Creasy (Sir E. S.) Decisive battles. 1905. plan. 
Blennerhassett (Lady) Talleyrand [a biography]. 1894. 2 v. 
Blessing in disguise, and other stories ; by A. S. Swan. 
Blind. For list of related subjects, see Education. 

- Johns (B. G.) Blind people, their works and ways. 1867. - 

- Prescott (W. H.) Asylum for the blind. In his Miscellanies. 

- See also Colour-blindness. 

Blithedale romance ; by N. Hawthorne. 

Blood royal, a novel ; by G. Allen. 

Blount (Bertram) Practical electro-chemistry. 1903. ill. 

- and Bloxam (A. G. ) Chemistry for engineers and manufac- 

turers. 1905. v. 2. ill. - .... 

Blowing engines. Innes (C. H.) Air compressors and blowing 

engines. 1906. ill. - 

Blue bonnets up, a romance ; by T. Pinkerton. - - - 
Bluebeard's keys, and other stories ; by Lady Ritchie. 

Blues and the brigands ; by M. M. Blake. 

Blundell (Mrs. Francis). See Francis (M. E.) 

Blundell (Odo) Ancient Catholic homes of Scotland. 1907. - 

Blyth (P. G.) Christianity and tradition. 1906. 

Boating. See Sailing. 

Bodkin (Matthias McD.) Patsey the omadaun. 

Bodkin (Richard C. ) How to reason, the A B C of logic. 1907. 

Bodley (John E. C.) The church in France. 1906. - - 

Bohemia. Maurice (C. E.) Bohemia to 1620. 1896. ill. maps. 

" With a short summary of later events [to 1870]." 
Bohn (Henry G.) A hand-book of proverbs. 1905. - 
Boileau Despreaux (Nicolas) Satires. 1904. ill. - 
Boilers. For list of related subjects, see Engineering. 

- Bauer (G. ) Marine engines and boilers. 1905. ill. plans. - 

- Courtney (J.) The boilermaker's ready-reckoner. 1902. 

- Fowler (W. H.) Steam boilers and supplementary appliances. 

- Traill (T. W.) Boilers, marine and land. 1906. ill. - 

- Walker (S. F.) Steam boilers, engines, turbines. 1908. ill. - 

- See also Stoking. Superheating. 

Boissier (Gaston) Rome and Pompeii. 1905. plans. 

- Tacitus, and other Roman studies. 1906. 

Bolas (Thomas) and Brown (G. E.) The lens. 1902. ill. 
Boldrewood (Rolf) Old Melbourne memories. 1899. 

- The ghost camp, or, the avengers. - 

- The last chance, a tale of the golden west. - 

- Plain living, a bush idyll. 

- Robbery under arms, a story of the goldfields of Australia. - 

- A romance of Canvas Town, and other stories. 
Bolingbroke, Viscount ; by O. Goldsmith. In his Works, v. 4. - 

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84702 

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Bombardon. For list of other subjects in music, see Music. 

- Kappey (J. A.) Tutor for bombardons ami contrabasses, fo. 78801 
Bonaparte. See Napoleon I. 

Bond (R. W.) Montaigne, a study. 1906. .... 84401 

Bondman, a new saga ; by Hall Caine. - - - 5C1 

Bonn (Moritz J.) Modern Ireland, her agrarian problem. 1906. 33304 
Bonnechose (Francois P. E. B. de) Bertrand du Guesclin 

[French text] ; with notes. 2 v. 1896. map. - - 44877-8 

Book for the hammock [sea sketches] ; by W. Clark Russell. - 38701 

Book-keeping. In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 2-5. 1903. 03203-6 

- Fieldhouse (A.) Student's commercial book-keeping. 1907. - 65703 

- Munro (A.) Book-keeping down to date. [1907]. - - - 65702 

- Sweetland (C. A.) Loose leaf book-keeping. 1904. - - 65704 
Book of snobs ; by W. M. Thackeray. 2 copies. - - - 82807 
Book of twenty songs ; by A. Symons. 1905. - 1901 S 
Bookbinding. For list of other industries, see Industries. 

- Cockerell (D. ) Bookbinding and care of books. 1906. ill. - 68602 

- In Sanford (F. G.) The art crafts for beginners. 1906. ill. - 70001 

- Zaehnsdorf (J. W.) The art of bookbinding. 1903. ill - 68601 
Books. Adams ( W. H. D. ) Famous books. .... 02810 

More's "Utopia." Foxe's "Book of martyrs." The first English 
tragedy and comedy. Ascham's " Schoolmaster." Sidney's "Arcadia." 
Overbury's "Characters." Quarles's "Emblems." Browne's " Religio 
medici." Pepys' "Diary." Selden's "Table talk." Steele's "Tatler." 
Defoe's "Robinson Crusoe." Chesterfield's " Letters." [Etc.] 

- Avebury (Lord) The choice of books. In his Pleasures of life. E2A1 

- Beeching (H. C.) Conferences on books and men. 1900. - E6B2 

- Blades (W.) The enemies of books [fire, water, etc.] ill. - 02002 

- Blatchford (R.) My favourite books. 1901. - E9B1 

- Carlyle (T.) On the choice of books. 1893. ... - 02803 

- De Vinne (T. L.) and others. The building of a book. [1907]. 65504 

- Gould (F. J.) Chats with pioneers of modern thought. 1898. 02804 

- Harrison (F.) The choice of books [etc.] 1903. - - E4H1 

- Hazlitt(W. C.) The book-collector. 1904. ill. - - - 01002 

- Headlam (C.) Friends that fail not, essays. 1902.- - - E7H1 

- Jacks (W.) Books, libraries, and reading. In his Singles. E1J1 

- Marvin (F. R.) The companionship of books [essays]. 1905.- E7M1 

- Maurice (F. D.) Friendship of books, and other lectures. 1904. E4M1 

- Richardson (C. F.) The choice of books. 1905. bibl. - - 02802 

- Ruskin (J. ) Of kings' treasuries. In his Sesame and lilies. 1905. 82805 

- Spofford (A. R. ) A book for all readers. 1905. bibl. - - 02001 

"The collection, use, and preservation of books." 

- Stephen (Sir L.) Country books. In his Hours in a library, v. 3. E4S3 

- Young (J.) The making of a book. In his Essays. 1904. - E2Y1 

- See also Authorship. Copyright. Encyclopaedias. Indexing. Libraries. 

Reading. 
Books and personalities [essays] ; by H. W. Nevinson. 1905. - E1N1 

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Booksellers. For list of other subjects in biography, see Biography. 

- Knight (C.) Shadows of the old booksellers. 1865. - - 99712 

Thomas Guy. John Dunton. Jacob Tonson. Thomas Gent. Samuel 
Richardson. Robert Dodsley. The Chapter coffee-house. [Etc.] 

Bookselling. Spencer (H.) " Net-price " bookselling. In his 

Various fragments. 1900. E10S1 

Booth (Avvie M.) Simple cookery. 1906. .... 64112 

Booth (William) In darkest England, and the way out. 1890. 33115 

BooTn (Wm. H.) Superheat, superheating, and their control. - 62144 

- ««(/ Kershaw (J. B. C. ) Smoke prevention and fuel economy, ill. 62806 
Boothby (Guy N.) On the wallaby. 1894. ill. - - - 98610 

- A bride from the sea. 2 copies. - - - - - 72 Bl 

- For love of her [and other stories]. 72 B 2 

- In spite of the czar. 72 B3 

Boots. See Shoes. 

Bopp (F.) A comparative grammar. 1862. 3 v. - - -41501-3 

"Sanskrit, Zend, Greek, Latin, Lithuanian, Gothic, German, and 
Sclavonic languages." 

Borchardt (W. G. ) Elementary statics. 1907. ill. - - 53102 

Border. Crockett (W. S.) Footsteps of Scott. 1908. col. ill. - 92013 

- Graham (J.) Condition of the Border at the Union. 1907. ill. 92012 

''Destruction of the Graham clan." 

- Scott (Sir W.) ed. Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border, ill. - 82208 

- Todd (G. Eyre) Byways of the Scottish Border, ill. - - 92009 
Borders, Tales of the ; ed. by J. M. Wilson. 24 v. - - 65W1-24 
Borland (Robert) Yarrow, its poets and poetry. 1890. ill. - 82229 
Born coquette ; by Mrs. M. W. Hungerford. - 104H13 
Borrow (George) The Bible in Spain. 1899. port. - - 93401 

- The Zincali, an account of the gypsies of Spain. 1893. - - 39701 

- Lavengro, the scholar, the gypsy, the priest. - - - 74 B 2 

- The Romany Rye, a sequel to " Lavengro." - 74B1 
Borrow, George. In Saintsbury (G. E. B.) Essays, v. 1. 1896. 82103 

- In Shorter (C. K. ) Immortal memories. 1907. - - - E6S1 
Bosaxquet (Bernard) Essays and addresses. 1899. - - E10B1 

Two modern philanthropists [George Moore and Jean Leclaire], In- 
dividual and social reform. Some socialistic features of ancient societies. 
Artistic handwork in education. The kingdom of God on earth. How to 
read the New Testament. [Etc.] 

Boscawen, Edward, Adm. Fremantle (Sir E. R.) Boscawen. 

In From Howard to Nelson. 1907. port. - - - 99609 

Boscobel, a tale; by W. H. Ainsworth. 16 A5 

Bossuet, Jacques B., Bp. In Sainte-Beuve (C. A.) Essays, v. 1. Ell SI 

- In Stephen (Sir J. F.) Horae Sabbaticae, v. 2. 1892. - - E3S2 

Bossuet's education of the Dauphin. Bossuet and the Protestants. 
Boston (Thomas) Human nature in its four-fold state. - - 23013 

- My life [1676J-1732. 1908. bill. mem. port.- - - - B341 
Bos well (James) The life of Samuel Johnson. 3 v. - - - J031-3 
Boswell. James. Carlyle (T. ) Boswell's Johnson. In his Essays. E1C4 

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- Allen (G.) The story of the plants. 1895. ill. - - - 58003 

- Babington (C. C.) Manual of British botany. 1904. - - 58103 

- Candolle (A. cle) Origin of cultivated plauts. 1884. - - 58107 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 2-6. ill. - - - 03203-7 

- Cooke (M. C. ) A manual of botanic terms. 1876. ill. - - 58004 

- Dawson (Sir J. W.) Geological history of plants. 1888. bibl. ill. 55115 

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- Geddes (P.) Chapters in modern botany. 1893. ill. - - 58106 

- Liversidge (M. A.) Elementary botany. 1907. ill. - - 58109 

- Strasbarger (E.) and others. Botany. 190S. bibl. ill. - 58006 

- In Ward (J. J. ) Some nature biographies. 1908. ill. - - 50419 

- See also Algae. Bacteria. Fermentation. Ferns. Fertilization. 

Flowers. Fruit. Fungi. Insectivorous plants. Lichens. 

Mosses. Seedlings. Trees. 
Both great and small [a novel] ; by A. E. J. Legge. - - - 81 L 2 
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Boucaut (Sir James P.) Letters to my boys. 1906. -port. ill. 91008 
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Bouilly (Jean N.) L'abbe de TEpee, comedie ; with notes. 189S. 44851 
Bocjlger (Demetrius C.) India in the 19th century. 1901. HI. 94706 
Boulger (George S. ) Wood, timbers of commerce. 1902. ill. 63403 
Boultox (E. S.) Geometry on modern lines. 1904. - - - 51305 
Boulton, Matthew. In Smiles (S.) Engineers, v. 4. 1878. port. ill. 99707 
BouLTON(W.S.)and others. Practical coal-mining. 1907. v. 1-4. ill. 62510-3 
Bounty boy, adventures ; by F. T. Ballen. .... 104B3 

Bourinot (Sir JoiixG.) Canada [1497-1S91]. 1897. HI. maps. - 96907 
Bourrienxe (Louis A. F. de) La jeunesse de Bonaparte ; notes. 44873 
Bouterwek (F.) Spanish and Portuguese literature. 2 v. - 86001-2 

Boutmy (Emile) English people, political psychology. 1904. - 91504 
Bouverie (Edward O. P.) [The game of] Rackets. 1890. ill. 79609 
Bowde.v (Ernest M.) ed. The imitation of Buddha. 1893. - 29402 
Bowen, Edward E. InBvyce (J.) Contemporary biography. 1903. 99606 
Bowen t (Herbert C. ) ed. Historical novels and tales. 1905. - 02801 

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Bower (William R.) and Satterly (J.) Practical physics. 1906. 53003 

Bowles (Fred. G.) ed. New songs. 1907. .... 82416 
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- Manson (J. A.) The bowler's handbook. 1906. ill. - - 79406 

- Willox (D.) With the British bowlers in Canada. HI. - - 79607 
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[Boyd (Andrew K. H.)] The commonplace philosopher. 1S91. E3B7 
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- Twenty-five years of St. Andrews. 1892. - - - - B 171-2 
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Brightwen (Mrs. Eliza) Inmates of my house and garden. 1905 

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Brindley, James. In Smiles (S.) Engineers, v. 1. 1874. port. 99705 
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round [a guide]. 1907. maps. 91725 

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- The life superlative. 1906. port. 24803 

- The sea-charm of Venice. 1907. 93706 

- Studies in poetry. 1907. port. ...... 82412 

Brooks (E. E.)and James (W. H. N.) Electric light and power, ill. 62411 

Brooks (Phillips) Bp. The influence of Jesus. - 23214 

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Brother Francis, a novel ; by Darley Dale. - - - - 2D1 

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Brown (Andrew) History of Glasgow, and of Paisley, Greenock, 

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Brown (Arthur J.) The foreign missionary. 1907. - - 26601 
Brown, Charles B. Prescott(W. H.) C. B. Brown, the American 

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Brown (Edward) Races of domestic poultry. 1906. ill. - 63602 
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Brown (Sir H.) Irrigation as a branch of engineering. 1907. - 62704 

Brown (J. J.) The eternal news, on time, space, motion [etc.] - 11101 
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1. Locke and Sydenham. Dr. Andrew Combe. Dr. Henry Marshall 
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Brown (John) John Bunyan, his life and work. 1902. 2 v. - B331-2 
Brown (John A. H.) The wonderful trout. 1898. - - - 79910 
Brown (Moses T.) The synthetic philosophy of expression. - 13801 
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- ed. Workshop wrinkles. 1901. 69803 

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Browne (E. C.) National service [conscription]. 1904. - - 35511 

Browne (JohnH. B.) South Africa, conditions, politics. 1905. 96304 

Browne (M. P.) Dress-cutting, drafting, pattern modelling, ill. 64602 
Browne (Sir Thomas) Beligio medici. Letter to a friend. 

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Browne, Sir Thomas. Adams (W. H. D.) " Religio medici." In 

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- In Stephen (Sir L.) Hours in a library, v. 1. 1899. - - E4S1 
Browne (William H.) Maryland, the history of a palatinate. 97311 
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- Selections. In English poets, v. 4. 1905. mem. - - - 82224 
Browning, Mrs. Elizabeth B. In Stedman (E. C. ) Victorian poets. 82406 
Browning (H. E.) A girl's wanderings in Hungary. 1897. ill. 

map. - - - 92907 

Browning (Oscar) Napoleon, the first phase, 1769-93. 1905. - N064 
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Browning (Egbert) Poems. 1903. 701 B 

- Selections. In English poets, v. 4. 1905. mem. - - - 82224 
Browning, Robert. In Bagehot (W. ) Literary studies, v. 2. 1902. E5B2 

- Birrell (A.) The alleged obscurity of Mr. Browning's poetry. 

In his Collected essays, v. 1. 1902. - - - - E1B1 

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- In Knight (W. A.) Retrospects, v. 1. 1904. - 99903 

- Morley (J. ) On " The ring and the book." In his Studies. - E3M4 

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- In Stedman (E. C.) Victorian poets. 1876.- - - - 82406 
Bruce (Alexander B. ) The Galilean Gospel. - 22716 
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Bruce (J. M. ) Materia medica and therapeutics. 1905. - - 61504 
Bruce, Robert the. Barbour (J. ) The Bruce, metrical history. - 2101 B 

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Bruce, Robert. Macnicol (D. C.) Robert Bruce, minister [life]. B291 

Brudenells of Brude [a story] ; by E. J. Worboise. - - - 83W4 

Brunei. Clifford (H.) A dying kingdom. In his Heroes of exile. 99510 

Bruno, Giordano. In Bute (Marquess of) Essays. 1901. - - E7B1 
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Brydex (Hexry' A.) Nature and sport in Britain. 
Buchax (John) John Burnet of Barns, a romance. - 

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Buchanan (George) The Jephtha and Baptist [dramas]. 
Buchanan, George. /;? . Kingsley (C.) Health and education. 1887. E1K3 

- Macmillan (D.) George Buchanan, a biography. 1906. port. B091 
Buchaxax (Johx F.) Brassfounders" alloys. 1905. ill. - - 66908 
Buchaxax (Robert W.) Complete poetical works. 1901. 2 v. port. 2001-2 B 

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- The master of the mine. -------- 103 Bl 

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Buckle (Hexry) The after life. 1907. 23602 

BUCKLE (HENRY T.) Civilization in England. 1903. 3 v. -90303-5 

Buckley (M. M.) Worsted overlooker's handbook. 1902. - 67711 
Buddha. Bernard ( E. R.) Gotama. Inhis Moral teachers. 1906. bibl. 18001 
Buddnism. For list of other religions, see Religions. 

- Arnold (Sir E.) The Light of Asia, Gautama [a poem]. 1904. ill. 402 A 

- Bowden (E. M.) ed. The imitation of Buddha. 1893. - - 29402 

- Muller (F. Max) Buddhist charity. In his Works, v. 5. 1902. E5M1 
Buell (Augustus C.) History of Andrew Jackson. 1904. 2 v. J013-4 
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- Building construction ; Drawing for builders. In Cassell's 

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- Byrne (A. T.) Inspection of the materials and workmanship 

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- Rivington's Notes on building construction. 1904. 4 v. bibl. ill. 69002-5 

- Young (F. C.) Every man his own mechanic, ill. - - 69001 

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Bulfin(Wm.) Rambles in Eirinn. 1907. port. ill. maps. - 92613 

Bulfinch (Thomas) Legends of Charlemagne. - 39814 

Bullen (Frank T.) Creatures of the sea, life stories. 1904. - 59022 

- The cruise of the ' Cachalot ' [whaling]. 1905. ill. map. - 63902 

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- Our heritage the sea. 1906. 55111 

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Bullock (Charles J.) Introduction to the study of economics. 33012 

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Bulman (H. F.) Breaking ground. In Practical coal-mining, v. 2. 62511 

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Bunyan (John) The holy war. port. 24404 

- The pilgrim's progress, port. ill. 2 copies. - 24406 
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- Brown (J.) Bunyan, his life and work. 1902. 2 v. bibl. port. B331-2 

- Stevenson (R.) Exposition of the ' Pilgrim's progress.' 1907. 24414 

- Whyte (A.) Bunyan characters. 1895-1902. 3 v. - - 24410-2 
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Burke (Edmund) Reflections on the revolution in France. - 93208 

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- In Stephen (Sir J. F.)Horae Sabbaticae, v. 3. 1892. - - E3S3 

The works of Burke. Burke on the English constitution. Burke on 
the French revolution. Burke and De Tocqueville on the French revolution. 

- Tiinbs (J.) Anecdote biography, Edmund Burke. 1860. port. P141 
Burkett (Charles W. ) and Poe (C. H. ) Cotton cultivation. 1906. 63301 
Burkitt (Fra.kcis C. ) Gospel history, its transmission. 1907. - 22705 
Burleigh (Bennet) Empire of the east, war, 1904-5. ill. maps. 95108 
Burma. Mitton (G. E. ) A bachelor girl in Burma. 1907. ill. map. 95003 
Burxaby (Fred) On horseback through Asia Minor. 1898. map. 94414 
Burnand (Sir Francis C.) Records and reminiscences. 2 v. ill. B221-2 
Burnand, Sir Francis C. In Hammerton (J. A. ) Humorists. 1907. 82714 
Burnett (F. H. ) In connection with the De Willoughby claim. 111B1 

- The making of a marchioness. ...... niB2 

Burney, Fanny. See Arblay, Madame d\ 

Burney family. Hill (C.) The house in St. Martin's Street. 1907. B261 

" Chronicles of the Burney family/' 
Burnham (G. H.) Combined treatment in diseases of the eye. - 61701 
Burnley (James) History of wool and woolcombing. 1SS9. ill. 67721 
Burns (Daniel) Electrical practice in collieries. 1905. - - 62505 
Burns (John) Municipal socialism. In Modern socialism. - 33504 
Burns (Robert) Works ; ed. by W. S. Douglas. 6 v. mem. ill. 

1-3. Poetry, 106-8 B. 4-6. Prose [letters, etc.] B 062-4. 

- Complete works ; ed. by A. Smith. 1904. mem. - - - 105B 

- Life and works ; ed. by R. Chambers. 1891. 4 v. in 2. bib!, ill. 102-3B 

- Poetical works ; ed. by W. M. Rossetti. mem. port. iU. - 104 B 

- Poetry ;ed. by W. E.Henley and T.F.Henderson. 1901. 4v.£>ort. 110-3 B 

" With an essay on Burns ; by W. E. Henley." 

- Selections. In English poets, v. 3. mem. - 82223 

- Songs, with melodies. 1903. bibl. 109 B 

Burns, Robert. In Carlyle (T.) Essays, v. 2. .... E1C2 

- Couch (A. T. Quiller) Scott and Burns. In his Adventures 

in criticism. 1896. E2C1 

- Ford (R.) The heroines of Burns. 1906. .... 82404 

- Henderson (T. F.) Robert Burns [a biography]. 1905. port. B065 

- Jacks (W.) Robert Burns in other tongues. 1896. port. ill. 82408 

"A critical review of the translations of the songs and poems of Burns." 

- Kingsley (C. ) Burns and his school. In his Lectures. 1898. - E1K4 

- Lockhart (J. G.) The life of Robert Burns. 1905. port. - B061 

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Burns, Robert. Mitchell (J. 0. ) Burns and his times. 1897. - 82414 

- In Stevenson (R. L.) Familiar studies of men and books. 1906. E1S3 
Burrow (Charles K.) Patricia of the hills. - - - - 112B1 
Burrowes (J. F. ) Harmony and thorough-bass primer, mas. - 78107 

- The pianoforte primer. 1878. mas. 78615 

Burrows (Montagu) Blake. In From Howard to Nelson. 1907. 99609 

- The life of Edward, Lord Hawke. 1896. - - - - H021 
Burton (Ernest D. ) and Mathews (S. ) The life of Christ. 1904. 23219 
Burton (John E. Bloundelle) A dead reckoning. - - - 113 Bl 
Burton (John H.) History of Scotland [80-1748]. 1905. 8 v. 91804-11 

- The Scot abroad. 1900. 91821 

Burton (Sir R. F.) Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah and Meccah. 2 v. 94402-3 
Bury (John B.) The Roman Empire, 27 b.c-180 a.d. 1904. ill. 93618 
Business. For list of related subjects, see Commerce. 

- Banks (R. G. D.) The employee who will succeed. 1907. - 65809 

- Clemson (H.) Methods and machinery of business. 1907. - 65812 

"Exchanges and insurance." 

- Cooke (H. 0. S.) Success in the office. 1907. - - - 65808 

- Fieldhouse (A.) The student's business methods. 1907. - 65805 

- Gamble (W.) The business life. 1907. 17404 

- Jacks (W. ) Success in business life. In his Singles. 1903. - E1J1 

- See also Accountancy. Commercial correspondence. Precis-writing. 

Professions. Secretaries. Shorthand. Telegraph. Telephone. 

Typewriting. 
Buss (Septimus) The trial of Jesus. 1906. - - - 23232 

Bute (John, Marquess of) Essays on foreign subjects. 190L- E7B1 

The last resting-place of St. Andrew. On the ancient language of the 
natives of Tenerife. Some Christian monuments of Athens. Giordano 
Bruno before the Venetian inquisition. The ultimate fate of Giordano 
Bruno. Patmos. M. Renan's "Souvenirs." The Bayreuth festival. The 
prophecies of St. Malachi. 

Butler (Joseph) Bp. Analogy of religion. Sermons, mem. - 23902 

Butler, Joseph, Bp. In Bagehot (W.) Literary studies, v. 3. 1898. E5B3 

- In Stephen (Sir J. F.) Horae Sabbaticae, v. 2. 1892. - - E3S2 
Butler (Nicholas M.) True and false democracy. 1907. - 32103 
Butler (Samuel) Poetical works. 2 v. mem. ' - - 1601-2 B 
Butler (Sir William F.) Sir Charles Napier [a biography]. 1905. Nlll 

- From Naboth's vineyard, S. Africa. 1907. - 96305 

- The great lone land, north-west America, ill. map. - - 97101 
Butterflies. For list of other subjects in entomology, see Insects. 

- South (R.) The butterflies of the British Isles. 1906. ill. - 59509 
Buxton (E. M. W.) A book of noble women, ill. - - - 99826 
Buxton (Noel) Europe and the Turks. 1907. maps. - - 93905 
By adverse winds ; by W. H. O. Smeaton. - - - - 80S 2 
By beach and bog-land, Irish stories ; by J. Barlow. - - 16 Bl 
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Bywords, More; by C. M. Yonge. 2Y7 

Bylow Hill [a novel] ; by G. W. Cable. 1C1 

Byrne (Austin T. ) Inspection of the materials and workman- 
ship employed in [building] construction. 1906. - - 69205 
Byron (George Gordon, Lord) Poetical works. 1845. port. 303 B 

Another edition. 1896. 302 B 

ed. by E. H. Coleridge. 1905. mem. port. - - 301 B 

- Selections. In English poets, v. 4. 1905. mem. - - - 82224 
Byron, George Gordon, Lord. Collins (J. C.) The collected 

works of Byron. In his Studies in poetry. 1905. - - E4C2 

- Kingsley (C.) Shelley and Byron. In his Lectures. 1S9S. - E1K4 

- Moore (T.) Life, letters, and journals of Byron. 1901. port. ill. B071 

- Macaulay (Lord) Moore's Life of Byron. In his Works. - 82827 

- In Morley ( J. ) Critical miscellanies, v. 1. 1904. - - - E3M1 

- Trelawny (E. J.) Recollections of the last days of Byron. - S411 
Byzantine Empire [400-1453] ; by N. Jorga. 1907. bibl. - - 93908 

c 

Cabinet- making. For list of other industries, see Industries. 

- In Cassell's New technical educator, v. 3-4. ill. - - - 60308-9 

- Hasluck (P. N.) ed. Cabinetwork and joinery. 1907. col. ill. 69404 

- Oakwood (W. M.) Carpentry and cabinet-making. 1906. ill. 69406 

Cable (George W.) Bylow Hill. 1C1 

1 Cachalot.' Bullen (F. T.) Cruise of the 'Cachalot.' 1905. ill. 63902 

" Round the world after sperm whales." 
Cadbury (Edward) and others. Women's work and wages. 1906. 39603 
Csesar, Augustus. See Augustus Caesar. 
Caesar, Julius. Holmes (T. K. E.) Ancient Britain and the 

invasions of Caesar. 1907. bibl. ill. maps. - - - 91337 

Caesars. Froude (J. A.) Divus Caesar. In his Short studies, v. 3. E2F3 

- Suetonius. Lives of the twelve Caesars* 87803 

Caffyn (Mrs. Kathleen M.) Patricia, a mother. - - - 2C1 

Caged lion ; by C. M. Yonge. 2Y9 

Cagliostro, Count Alessandro di. In Carlyle (T.) Essays, v. 5. - E1C5 

Caine (Thomas H. Hall) The bondman, a new saga. - - 5C1 

- The Christian, a story. 5C2 

- The deemster. 5C5 

- The eternal city. - - - - - - - - - 5C3 

- The Manxman. 5C4 

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Caine (Thomas H. Hall) The prodigal son. .... 5C9 

- The scapegoat, a romance. 5C8 

- The shadow of a crime. - - - - - - - - 5C6 

- A son of Hagar, a romance. - - - - - - - 5C7 

Cairo (Johx) Aspects of life, twelve sermons. - 25213 

- Essays for Sunday reading [sermons]. 1906. mem. port. - 25231 

- Spinoza [his life and philosophy]. 1899. .... 19304 
Caird, John. [Boyd (A. K. H.)] A great Scotch preacher. In 

his Commonplace philosopher. 1891. .... E3B7 

Cairns (D. S.) Christianity in the modern world. 1906.- - 23003 

Cakes. Vine (F. T.) Cakes and how to make them. ill. - - 64205 

Calabar. Goldie (H.) Calabar and its mission. 1890. ill. map. 27806 

Calcare. Cement users' and buyers' guide. 1901. - - - 69105 
Calculus. For list of related subjects, see Mathematics. 

- Angus (A. H.) Differential and integral calculus. 1906. - 51702 

- Carslaw (H. S.) Introduction to infinitesimal calculus. 1905. 51707 

- Gibson (G. A.) An elementary treatise on the calculus. 1906. 51701 

- Lodge (A.) Integral calculus for beginners. 1905. - - 51704 
Caldecott (Alfred) English colonization and Empire. 1901.- 32507 
Caldecott (W. S.) Solomon's Temple, its history. 1907. ill.- 22103 
Calderon (Pedro) El magico prodigioso, comedia. - - - 1001 C 

Calderon the courtier ; by Lord Lytton. 74L14 

Calderwood (Henry) Relations of science and religion. 1881. 23910 

Calderwood (W. L.) The life of the salmon. 1907. ill. - - 59706 

Calhoun, John C. [a biography] ; by H. E. von Hoist. 1899. - C191 

Calico-printing. Duerr (G.) and Turnbull (W.) Calico-printing. 66702 

California. Roy ce (J.) California, 1846 to [1856]. 1886. map. 97404 

- Stevenson (R. L.) The Silverado squatters. 1901.- - - 97401 
Calkins (Mary W.) Persistent problems of philosophy. 1907. 11001 

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Callender(G. A. R.) Sea kings of Britain, Hawkins to Blake. 1907. 99610 

Callista, a tale of the third century ; by J. H. Newman. - - 9N1 

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- Seville, historical and descriptive. 1907. ill. - - - 93417 

- Spanish arms and armour. 1907. ill. ----- 39901 
Calvinism. In Froude (J. A.) Short studies, v. 2. 1903.- - E2F2 
Cambodia. Clifford (H.) Wreckage of empire. In las Heroes. 99510 
Cambridge (Ada) Sisters, a novel. - - - - - 9C1 

- The three Miss Kings. - 9C2 

Cambridge, George, Duke of, Military life of ; by W. W. C. 

Verner and E. D. Parker. 1905. 2 v. port. ill. - - C 271-2 

Cameos, short stories ; by Marie Corelli. - - - - - 91 C 12 
Camera. For list of related subjects, see Photography. 

- Holland (C.) How to use a camera. 1905. UL - - - 77102 
Cameron (A. B.) Garden to the cross, our Lord's passion. 1896. 23223 

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Cameron (Mrs. Lovett) An ill wind. 10 CI 

- Midsummer madness. IOC 2 

- Rosamond Grant. IOC 3 

Cameron, Rich. In McGown (G. W. T. ) Scottish heroes of the faith. 99819 

Camp of refuge ; by C. Macfarlane. 143 Ml 

Campbell (Frances) A pillar of dust. 158 CI 

Campbell (H. J.) Text-book of elementary biology. 1905. ill. 57003 
Campbell (James D.) Samuel Taylor Coleridge, life. 1896. mem. C161 

Campbell (James M.) Paul the mystic. 1907.- - - - 22615 
Campbell (John F.) My circular notes, round the world, 187-1-5. 

1876. 2 v. ill. 90818-9 

- eel. Popular tales of the west Highlands [In Gaelic and 

English]. 1890-3. 4 v. ill. 39803-6 

Campbell (John G. ) Superstitions of the Highlands and islands 

of Scotland. 1900. 39809 

- Witchcraft and second sight in the Highlands and islands. - 39818 
Campbell (M. M.) My very, very own, mothers' meetings. - 25601 
Campbell (Norman R.) Modern electrical theory. 1907. - 53710 
Campbell (Reginald J.) The new theology. 1907.- - - 23007 
Campbell (Thomas) Poetical works, mem. port. ill. - - 201 C 
Campbell, Thomas. Hadden (J. C) Campbell [a biography]. 1899. C361 

- In Irving (W. ) Biographies and papers. ----- 99508 

- Saintsbury (G. E. B.) English war-songs, Campbell. In Essays. 82104 
Camping. For list of related subjects, see Sports. 

- Holding (T. H.) Cycle and camp. ill. 79616 

- Roberts (H.) The tramp's hand-book. 1903. ill- - - 79613 
Campion (Thomas) Songs and masques. The art of poesy, mem. 1701 C 
Canada. Bourinot (Sir J. G.) Canada [1497-1891]. bibl. ill. maps. 96907 

- Butler (Sir W. F.) The great lone land, travel, ill. map. - 97101 

- Hobson (J. A.) Canada to-day. 1906. 96903 

- Sanderson (E.) The French in Canada. In his Pioneering. - 90606 

- Smith (J. H.) Our struggle for the fourteenth colony. 2 v. - 96904-5 

Canada and the American revolution. 

- Whates (H. R. ) Canada, the new nation. 1906. ill. - - 96901 

- Willox (D. ) With the British bowlers in Canada, ill. - - 79607 

- Wood(W.) The fight for Canada. 1905. bibl. ill. maps. - 96902 
Canals. For list of related subjects, see Transportation. 

- Pratt (E. A.) British canals. 1906. ill. - 38601 

" Is their resuscitation practicable? " 

Candee (Helen C.) How women may earn a living. 1900. - 39602 

Candee (Hy. C. ) Decorative styles and periods in the home. ill. 74902 

Candles. Faraday (M.) Chemical history of a candle, ill. - 54102 

- Field (L. and F. A.) Candle manufacture. In Lighting. 1895. 66505 
Candlish (Robert S.) Life in a risen Saviour. 1859. - - 22806 
Candolle (Alphon&e de) Origin of cultivated plants. 1884. - 58107 
Canis. See Smith (Charles E.) 

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Canh (A. L.) and Pexdlebury (J.) Object lesson teaching. - 37205 
Canning (Albert S. G. ) British writers on classic lands, a literary 

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Canning (George) Selections. In Poets and poetry of the 

nineteenth centur} 7 . mem. ...... 82415 

Canning', George, and his times ; by J. A. R. Marriott. 1907. port. C251 
Canon. For list of other subjects in music, see Music. 

- Lewis (J. H. ) Double counterpoint and canon. 1895. mus. 78108 
Canonbury Holt, a life's problem ; b} 7 E. J. Worboise. - - 83 W 23 

Canon's ward ; by J. Payn. 18P10 

Cantatas. See Music, Operas. Music, Oratorios. 

Canterbury. Parr (H.) New wheels in old ruts. 1896. ill. - 91705 

- Withers (H.) Cathedral church of Canterbury. 1901. plans. 72610 
Canticles. See Bible. 

Ca^tox (AYilliam) The comrades, poems old and new. 1902. 1201 C 

Cape Colony. Russell ( W. Clark) A voyage to the Cape. 1889. 96302 

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- A jay of Italy. 16 C 3 

- A rogue's tragedy. 16 C 2 

Capital. For list of related subjects, see Political economy. 

- Fisher (I.) The nature of capital and income. 1906. - - 33121 

- In Huxley (T. H.) Evolution and ethics. 1906. - - - 17132 

- Marx (K.) Capital, a critique of political economy. 1907. 2 v. 33127-8 

- Rae (J.) The sociological theory of capital. 1905. - - 33117 
Capsina; by E. F. Benson. 46B1 

A sequel to "The vintage," 46 B 7- 

Captain Bonneville [a story] ; by W. Irving. - - - - 8ll 
Captain Kettle series ; by C. J. Cutcliffe W. Hyne. 

1. The little red Captain, 115H5- 2. The adventures of Captain Kettle, 
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Cardinal's snuff-box ; by H. Harland. - - - 23H1 
Cardross. 7?i Maughan (W. C.) Annals of Garelochside. 1897. ill. 92505 
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Carey (Rosa N.) The household of Peter. 20C4 

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- Only the governess. 20 C 5 

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Carles (William R.) Life in Corea. 1888. ill. map. - - 95201 

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Carleton (William) Amusing Irish tales. .... 21C2 

- Traits and stories of the Irish peasantry. - - - 21 CI 
Carlile (William W.) The evolution of modern money. 1901. 33210 
Carlile (Wilson and V. W.) The continental outcast. 1906. ill. 33120 
Carluke. [Rankin (D. R.)] Carluke, 1288-1874. 1874. - - 92015 
Carlyle (Thomas) Critical and miscellaneous essays. 7 v. - El C 1-7 

1. J. P. F. Richter. State of German literature. Life and writings of 
Werner. Goethe's Helena. Goethe. 2. Burns. Life of Heyne. German 
playwrights. Voltaire. Novalis. Signs of the times. On history. 3. J. P. 
F. Richter again. Schiller. The Nibelungen Lied. German literature, xiv. 
and xv. centuries. Taylor's Survey of German poetry. 4. Characteristics. 
Goethe. Biography. Boswell's Life of Johnson. Corn-law rhvmes [Ebenezer 
Elliott]. History. The tale [Goethe]. 5. Diderot. Count Cagliostro. The 
diamond necklace. Mirabeau. 6. Parliamentary history of the French 
revolution. Sir W. Scott. Varnhagen von Ense's Memoirs. Chartism. 
Baillie the covenanter. 7. Dr. Francia. An election to the Long Parliament. 
The nigger question [slavery]. The Prinzenraub. Inaugural rectorial 
address, Edinburgh, 1S66. Shooting Niagara, and after? [democracv]. 
Index. [Etc.] 

- Early kings of Norway. Essay on portraits of John Knox. - 94102 

- The French revolution [1774-95]. 1891-3. 3 v. - - - 93201-3 

- Heroes, hero-worship, and the heroic in history. - - - E1C11 

The hero as divinity, Scandinavian mythology. The hero as prophet, 
Mahomet. The hero as poet. The hero as priest. The hero as man of 
letters. The hero as king, Cromwell. [Etc.] 

- Historical sketches ; ed. by A. Carlyle. 1902. ill. - - 91304 

- History of Frederick the Great. 10 v. maps. - - -F021-10 

- The battles of Frederick the Great [from above]. HI. plans. - F0212 

- Latter-day pamphlets. E 1 C 10 

The present time. Model prisons. Downing Street. Xew Downing 
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- Life of Friedrich Schiller. S051 

- The life of John Sterling. 1891. S061 

- Oliver Cromwell's letters and speeches. 5 v. - - - - C 022-6 

- On the choice of books. 1893. mem. port. - 02803 

- Past and present. 1893. E1C9 

- Sartor resartus. 1893. port. E1C8 

- trans. Tales by Musseus, Tieck, Richter. 2 copies. - - 128 Ml 

- Wilhelm Meister ; by J. W. von Goethe. .... 34GI 
Carlyle, Thomas. In Birrell (A.) Essays, v. 1. 1902. - - E1B1 

- Cosh(T. R.) The ethical teaching of Carlyle in ''Sartor resartus." 82718 

- Froude(J. A.) Carlyle, first forty years of his life. 2 v. port. C 103-4 

- - Carlyle, his life in London, 1834-81. 1902. 2 v. port. - C101-2 

- In Knight (W. A.) Retrospects, v. 1. 1904. - - - 99903 

- In Lowell (J. R.) My study windows. E1L1 

- In MacCunn (J.) Six radical thinkers. 1907. - - - 32014 

- In Morley (J.) Critical miscellanies, v. 1. 1904. - - - E3M1 

- Miiller (F. Max) Goethe and Carlyle. In his Works, v. 5. 1902. E5M1 

- Stephen (Sir L.) Carlyle's ethics. In Hours in a library, v. 3. E4S3 

- Tyndall (J. ) Recollections of Carlyle ; On unveiling the statue 

of Carlyle. In his New fragments. - - - 50410 

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Carlyon's year ; by J. Payn. 18P11 

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Carman (M. C) Function of words, analysis and parsing. 1906. 42506 

Carmel's hero, life and times of Elijah ; by T. Champness.- - 22208 

Carment (Samuel) ed. Glimpses of the olden time. 1893. - 91833 

Carmichael (Phtltp) All about Philippine. - 154C1 

Carnegie (Andrew) Triumphant democracy [United States]. - 97204 

Caroline Islands, travel ; by F. W. Christian. 1899. ill. maps. 99204 
Carpenter (George R. ) Rhetoric and English composition. 1906. 80812 
Carpenter (James) joint-author. See Nasmyth (James). 
Carpenter (William B.) Bp. An introduction to the study of 

the Scriptures. (Temple Bible). 1905. - 22106 

Carpenter (William B. ) and Dallinger ( W. H. ) The microscope. 57802 
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- Carpentry and joinery ; Drawing for carpenters and joiners. 

In Cassell's New technical educator, v. 1-3. ill. - - 60306-8 

- Hasluck(P. N.) ed. Cassell's Carpentry and joinery. 1907. ill. 69402 

- Oakwood (W. M.) Carpentry and cabinet-making. 1906. ill. 69406 

- See also Handrailing. Window blinds. Woodwork. 
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- Bradbury (F. ) Carpet manufacture. 1904. ill. - - - 67704 

- Paterson (D. ) Colour printing of carpet yarns. 1900. ill. - 66705 
Carr (Mrs. Alice Comyns) John Fletcher's Madonna, a tale. - 155 CI 
Carr (Arthur) Horse Biblicge, studies. 1903. - 22011 
Carr (Lucien) Missouri, a bone of contention. 1888. map. - 97303 

Carr (M. E. ) Love and honour. 151 CI 

Carrel (Frederic) An analysis of human motive. 1905. - 15010 

- Marcus and Faustina. 24 CI 

Carslaw (H. S. ) Introduction to the infinitesimal calculus. 1905. 51707 
Carslaw (W. H.) Six martyrs of the Scottish reformation, ill. 99827 
Carter (H. R.) Modern flax, hemp, and jute spinning. 1907. ill. 67724 
Carter (M. E.) The ground work of English history. 1907. maps. 91235 
Carthage. Lorimer(N. O.) By the waters of Carthage. 1906. ill. 95604 

- Smith (R.B.) Carthage and the Carthaginians. 1902. ill. - 95603 
Cartwright (Julia). See Ady (Mrs. Henry.) 

Carus (Paul) The rise of man, origin of the human race. 1907. 57520 
Carver (Thomas N.) The distribution of wealth. 1904. - - 33016 
Casalis (Eugene) My life in Basuto Land. 1889. - - - 27805 
Casaubon, Isaac. Pattison(M.) Casaubon, 1559-1614. 1875. bibl. C351 
Case (Thomas) and others. Lectures on the method of science. 1906. 50421 

Case of Miss Elliott ; by Baroness Orczy. 2703 

Case of Mr. Lucraft, and other tales ; by Sir W. Besant and J. Rice. 48 B 4 
Casein. Scherer(R. ) Casein, preparation and utilisation. 1906. ill. 66102 
Cashiered, and other war tales ; by A. Balfour. - - - 7B1 

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Cass, Lewis [a biography] ; by A. C. McLaughlin. 1891. - - C171 

CASSA L (H. J. S.) Chucks and chucking for metal and wood. 1906. ill. 62301 

Cassel (D.) Manual of Jewish history and literature. 1905. - 29610 

Cassell's Building construction ; by H. Adams. 1906. ill. - 69006 

- Carpentry and joinery ; ed. by P. N. Hasluck. 1907. ill. - 69402 

- History of England [55 b.c.-a.d. 1900]. 9 v. ill. - - 91214-22 

- New popular educator. 1903. S v. ill. maps. - - - 03202-9 

- New technical educator. 6 v. ill. .... 60306-11 

- Physical educator ; by E. H. Miles. 1904. ill. - - - 61325 
Castalian days [poems]; by L. Mifflin. 1903. - 901M 
Castberg (P. H.) Production, a study in economics. 1907. - 33805 
Casting. See Founding. 

Castle (Agnes and Egerton) The Bath comedy. - - 30 C 5 

- The incomparable Bellairs [a sequel to " The Bath comedy"']. 30C3 

- French Nan [a sequel to " The incomparable Bellairs "']. - 30 C 6 

- "If youth but knew!" 30C1 

- Bose of the world. 30 C 4 

- The secret orchard. - - - - - - - 30 C 2 

Castle (Egerton) * Young April.' - - - - - - 31 CI 

Castle Dangerous; by Sir W. Scott. 3 copies. - - - - 35 S 25 

Castle Inn [a romance]; by S. J. Weyman. .... 45W12 

Castle of Ehrenstein, a romance ; by G. P. R. James. - - 6J7 

Castle Rackrent [an Irish story] ; by M. Edgeworth. - - 10E4 

Castle Richmond [a novel] ; by A. Trollope. ... - 43T2 

Castle Warlock, a homely romance ; by G. MacDonald. - - 10 M 9 

Castlebraes ; by J. Paton. 15 PI 

Cat. For list of other domestic animals, see Domestic animals. 

- Lane (C. H.) Rabbits, cats, and cavies. 1903. ill. - - 63614 

- Williams (Mrs. L.) The cat, care and management. 1907. ill. 63636 
Catharine Furze [a story]; by W. H. White. - 52W3 
Cathedrals. Ditchfield (P. H.) Cathedrals of Great Britain, ill. 72606 
Catherine, a story; by W. M. Thackeray. 2 copies. - - 12T9 
Catholicism, Roman. See Roman Catholicism. 

Catriona ; by R. L. Stevenson. 120 S 4 

A sequel to " Kidnapped," 120S3. 

Cat's-paw; by Mrs. B. M. Croker. 121 C 2 

Cat's pilgrimage ; by J. A. Froude. In his Short studies, v. 1. E2F1 
Caucasus. Villari (L.) Fire and sword in the Caucasus. 1906. 94018 
Cavalry. For list of related subjects, see Army. 

- Wood (Sir H. E.) Cavalry in the Waterloo campaign. 1895. ill. 35701 
Cavalry life [stories] ; by John Strange Winter. - - - 73 W 5 
Cavanagh (Francis) The care of the body. 1907. - - - 61319 
Cavies. Lane (C. H.) Rabbits, cats, and cavies. 1903. ill. - 63614 
Caxtons, a family picture ; by Lord Lytton. .... 74L1 
Cecil (Evelyn) On the eve of the war [S. Africa] 1899-1900. ill. 96408 

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CEC GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Cecilia, a story of modern Rome ; by F. M. Crawford. - - 116 C 5 

Cecil's tryst ; by J. Payn. 18P12 

Celestial surgeon ; by F. F. Montresor. 105M1 

Celibates' Club, stories ; by I. Zangwill. 2Z2 

Celluloid. For list of other industries, see Industries. 

- Brockmann (F.) Celluloid, its manufacture [etc.] 1907. ill. 67902 
Celsus. Froude (J. A.) Origen and Celsus. In his Short studies. E2F4 

Celtic fireside [ stories] ; by T. M. Flynn. 72 Fl 

Celtic literature. See Literature, Celtic. 

Cement. For list of related subjects, see Building. 

- Calcare. Cement users' and buyers' guide. 1901.- - - 69105 
Ceppi (Marc) French lessons, direct method, junior course. - 44874 

- French lessons on the direct method, beginners. 1907. ill. - 44876 
Cervantes (Miguel de) Adventures of Don Quixote. - - 34C1 
Cervantes, Miguel de. Oliphant (Mrs. M. 0. W.) Cervantes [a life]. C261 

- In Prescott (VV. H.) Miscellanies. E2P1 

Cesake.sco (Countess Evelyn L. M.) Lombard studies. 1902. ill. 93703 

Cestus of Aglaia ; by J. Ruskin. In his On the old road, v. 2. - 70402 

Cevennes. Gould (S. Baring) A book of the Cevennes. 1907. ill. 93302 

- Stevenson (R. L. ) Travels with a donkey in Cevennes. 1905. 93301 
Ceylon. Baker (Sir S. W.) Rifle and hound in Ceylon, ill. - 94801 
Chad wick (H. M.) The origin of the English nation. 1907. maps. 91336 

- Studies on Anglo-Saxon institutions. 1905. - 34206 
Chainbearer ; by J. F. Cooper. 88C22 

A continuation of "Satanstoe," 88C23. 

Chairman's handbook ; by Sir R. F. D. Palgrave. 1905. - - 32801 
Chalmers (Jas. ) Autobiography and letters. 1902. port. ill. ma\>s. C062 

Chalmers, Jas. In McGown (G. VV. T.) Scottish heroes. 1907. 99819 

Chalmers, Thomas. In Brown (J.) Horae subsecivse, v. 2. 1897. E2B2 

Chamber music [poems] ; by J. Joyce. 201 J 

Chamberlain, Joseph [a biography] ; by S. H. Jeyes. port. - C231 

Chambers (Edmund K.) ed. English pastorals, selected. 1895. 82226 

Chambers (George F.) The story of eclipses. 1899. ill. - 52302 

- The story of the solar system. 1895. ill. - - - - 52301 

- The story of the stars. 1896. ill. 52303 

Chambers (Robert) Domestic annals of Scotland [1561-1745]. ill. 91815 

- History of the rebellion of 1745-6. ill. 91816 

- The Threiplands of Fingask, a family memoir. 1880. - T101 

- Traditions of Edinburgh. 92007 

- Vestiges of the natural history of creation. 1884. port. ill. 21501 
Chambers (Robert W.) Iole. 35 C 3 

- Lorraine, a romance. 35 C 2 

- The maid-at-arms. - - - - 35C1 

Chambers (William) Story of a long and busy life. 1882. port. C321 

Chambers's Effective reciter ; ed. by R. C. H. Morison. 1905. 80811 

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Chambers's Elocution ; ed. by R. C. H. Morison. 1906. - - 80803 
Chamfort, Sebastien R. N. In Saintsbury (G. E. B.) Essays. 1895. E9S1 

Champness (Thomas) Carmel's hero, life of Elijah, port. - 22208 

Champness, Thomas, as I knew him ; by J. Mee. - - - C121 
Chancellors. For list of other subjects in biography, see Biography. 

- Atlay (J. B.) The Victorian chancellors. 1906. v. 1. port. 99820 

Lord Lyndhurst. Lord Brougham. Lord Cotteuham. Lord Truro. 

Channings [a story] ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. - - - 10 W 29 

Chant du cygne : par G. Ohnet ; with notes. 1895. - - - 44842 

Chantry House [a story] : by C. M. Yonge. - - - - 2Y6 

Chaplain of the Fleet ; by Sir W. Besant and J. Rice. - - 48 B 12 

Chaplet of pearls ; by C. M. Yonge. 2Y5 

Character. For list of related subjects, see Ethics. 

- Elphinstone (Lady) The power of character, studies. - - 17127 

- Friswell (J. H.) The gentle life, essays. 2 v. ... E1F1-2 

- Jacks (W. ) Stability of character and purpose. In hi s Singles. E1J1 

- Mason (C. M.) Studies in the formation of character. 1906. - 37705 

- Smiles (S.) Character. 1905. ill. 17004 

- Watkinson (W. L.) The education of the heart. - - - 17105 

" Essays on influences that make for character." 

Characteristics ; by T. Carlyle. In his Essays, v. 4. - - - E1C4 
Charicles, life of the ancient Greeks ; by W. A. Becker. 1895. ill. 93820 

Chariots of the Lord ; by J. Hocking. 65 H 3 

Charity. Devine (E. T.) The principles of relief. 1904.- - 33904 

Charlemagne. Bulfinch (T.) Legends of Charlemagne, port. - 39814 

- Cutts (E. L. ) Charlemagne [a biography]. 18S2. map. - C401 
Charles II. Airy (O.) Charles IT. [a biography]. 1904. part. C391 
Charles XII. Bain (R. N. ) Charles XII. and the collapse of the 

Swedish Empire, 1682-1719. 1902. bib!, port. ill. maps. C371 

Charles of Orleans. In Stevenson (R. L.) Familiar studies. 1906. E1S3 

Charles (Mrs. E. R.) Chronicles of Schonberg-Cotta family. - 38 CI 

- The victory of the vanquished, a story. 38 C 2 

Charles O'Malley, the Irish dragoon ; by C. Lever. - - - 39 L 3 

Charlix (Antoine) An introduction to French authors ; notes. 44832 

Charlotte [a novel]; by Mrs. L. B. Walford. - - - - 88 W 2 

Chartism. In Carlyle (T.) Essays, v. 6. E1C6 

Chase, Salmon P. Hart (A. B.) Salmon P. Chase [a biography]. 1899. C201 
Chateaubriand, Francois R., vicomte de. In Alison (Sir A.) 

Essays, v. 3. 1850. - - E3A3 

- Prescott (W. H.) Chateaubriand's English literature. In his 

Miscellanies. E2P1 

Chatham, William Pitt, Earl of. In Macaulay (Lord) Works. - 82827 

- Timbs (J.) Anecdote biography, William Pitt. 1860. port. P141 
Chatriax (Alexandre) joint-author. See Ebckmann (Emile). 
Chattertox (Thomas) Poetical works. 2 v. mem.- - - 601-2C 

- Selections. In English poets, v. 3. 1904. mem. - - - 82223 

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Chaucer (Geoffrey) Works ; ed. by A. W. Pollard and others. 701 C 

- Selections. In English poets, v. 1. 1903. mem. - - - 82221 
Chaucer, Geoffrey. Beeching (H. C.) The poetry of Chaucer. 

In his Conferences on books and men. 1900. - - - E6B2 
-In Couch (A. T. Quiller) Adventures in criticism. 1896. - E2C1 

- In Hazlitt (W.) Lectures on the English poets. 1884. - - 82004 

- In Lowell (J. R. ) My study windows. E1L1 

- Tuckwell (W.) Chaucer [a biography]. 1904. bibl. port. ill. C381 
Chemical technology. For list of other useful arts, see Arts, Useful ; 

for theory of chemical technology, see Chemistry. 

- Blount (B. ) and Bloxam (A. G. ) Chemistry for engineers and 

manufacturers. 1905. v. 2. bibl. ill. - 66005 

Chemistry of manufacturing processes. 

- Duncan (R. K.) The chemistry of commerce. 1907. ill. - 66012 

- Groves (C. E.) and Thorp (W.) eds. Chemical technology. 

1889-1903. 4 v. ill. 

1. Fuel and its applications; by E. J. Mills and F. J. Rowan, 66204. 
2. Lighting ; by W. Y. Dent and others, 66505. 3. Gas lighting ; by C. 
Hunt, 66506. 4. Electric lighting ; by A. G. Cooke. Photometry ; by VV. J. 
Dibdin, 62430. 

- Lunge (G.) Techno-chemical analysis. 1905. bibl. - - 66011 

- Phillips (H. J.) Engineering chemistry. 1902. ill. - - 66003 

- Thorp (F. H.) Outlines of industrial chemistry. 1905. bibl. 66006 

- See also Agglutinants. Alcohol. Ammonia. Bleaching. Candles. 

Clay. Colour. Dyeing. Electrochemistry. Engineering. 
Explosives. Fibres. Food. Fuel. Glass. Hats. Lighting. Oil. 
Paint. Soap. Varnish. 
Chemistry. For list of other branches of science, see Science ; for 
applications of chemistry, see Chemical technology. 

- Arrhenius (8.) Immunochemistry. 1907. .... 54103 

"The application of principles of the physical chemistry to the study 
of the biological antibodies." 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 3-6. 1903. ill. - - 03204-7 

- Faraday (M.) Chemical history of a candle, lectures. 1894. ill. 54102 

- Findlay (A. ) Practical physical chemistry. 1906. ill. - - 54201 

- Gooch (F. A.) and Browning (P. E.) Outlines of qualitative 

chemical analysis. 1906. - - - . - - - - 54401 

- In Harrison (J. A. and W. J.) Elementary science, ill. - 53005 

- Harrison (W. J.) and Bailey (R. J.) Chemistry for all. 1903. 54002 

- In Hooton (W. M.) Junior experimental science. 1906. ill. 53007 

- Meyer (E. von) A history of chemistry. 1898. - - - 54008 

- Muir (M. M. P.) The story of the chemical elements. 1898.- 54101 

- Nernst (W. ) Experimental and theoretical applications of 

thermodynamics to chemistry. 1907. ... - 53604 

- Ostwald ( W. ) Conversations on chemistry. 1905-6. 2 v. ill. 54005-6 

- Perkin (F. M.) Practical methods of inorganic chemistry. - 54601 

- Shenstone (W. A.) The new physics and chemistry. 1906. - 53009 

- Smith (A. ) and Hale ( W. J. ) A laboratory outline of general 

chemistry. 1907. ill. 54202 

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Chemistry. Thorpe (T. E.) and Muir (M. M. P.) Qualitative 

chemical analysis. 1S83. ill. 54402 

- Wilson (F. R. L.) andHedley (G. W.) Elementary chemistry. 2 v. 54003-4 

- In Wright (C. R. A.) The threshold of science. 1892. ill. - 53013 

- Wurtz (C. A.) Elements of modern chemistry. 1901. ill. - 54007 

- See also Crystallography. Electrochemistry. Engineering. Metal- 

lurgy. Mineralogy. Radium. Spectrum. Sugar. 

Chemistry, Agricultural. For list of related subjects, see Agriculture. 

- Ingle (H.) Manual of agricultural chemistry. 1907. ill. - 63101 
Chemistry, Industrial. See Chemical technology. 

Cheneys. Froude (J. A.) Cheneys and the house of Russell. 

In his Short studies, v. 4. 1905. E2F4 

Chenier (Axdre) Poesies choisies ; with notes. 1907. bibl. - 44871 

Cherance (L. de) S. Francis of Assisi [his life and work], ill. F171 

Cherbuliez (Victor) Samuel Brohl et cie. - - - - 42 CI 

Cherry ribband ; by S. R. Crockett. 120 C 5 

Chesneau (Ernest) The education of the artist. 1886. - - 70702 

- The English school of painting. 1885. ill. - 75903 
Chess. For list of other games, see Games. 

- Cook (W.) The chess players' compendium. 1907. bibl. - 79403 

- Staunton (H.) The chess-players handbook. 190-4. ill. - 79402 
Chesterfield (P. D. Stanhope, Earl of) Letters to his son. - 82701 
Chesterfield, Philip D. Stanhope, Earl of. Adams (W. H. D.) 

Chesterfield's " Letters." In his Famous books. - - 02810 

- Collins (J. C.) Lord Chesterfield's Letters. Inhis Essays. 1S95. E4C1 

- Craig (W. H.) Life of Lord Chesterfield. 1907. port. ill. - C331 

- Sainte-Beuve (C. A.) Letters of Lord Chesterfield to his sou. 

//* his Essays, v. 2. 1901. port. E11S2 

Chesterton (Gilbert K.) Heretics [essays]. 1907.- - - E7C1 

- Twelve types [essays]. 1906. E7C2 

Tolstoy and the cult of .simplicity. The position of Sir Walter Scott. [Etc.] 

"Chestnuts" [anecdotes]; by E. Wells. 1900. - - - 82825 

Chevalier d'Auriac [a novel] ; by S. L. Yeats. - - - 3Y2 

Chevalier de Maison Rouge ; by A. Dumas. .... 58D13 

"A sequel to ' The Countess de Charily,'" 58 D 5. 

Chevalier of the splendid crest ; by Sir H. E. Maxwell. - - 70M1 

Chevrier de Lorraine ; par E. Souvestre ; with notes. 1895. - 44846 

Chicot the jester ; by A. Dumas. 58D15 

" A sequel to ' Marguerite de Valois,' " 58D1. 

Child (J. M.) joint -author. See Barnard (S.) 

Children. For lists of related subjects, see Education. Ethics. 
Health. Health, Public. Labour. Psychology. 

- [Boyd (A. K. H.)] The sorrows of childhood. In his Com- 

monplace philosopher. 1891. E3B7 

- Darroch (A.) The children, educational problems. 1907. - 37002 

- Eghian (S. G.) The mother's nursery guide. 1907. ill. - 64903 

"The care of the baby in health and aickn< 

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Children. Fitz-Geraid (W. B.) The young. In Citizen of to- 
morrow, bibl. 30409 

- Gould (F. J.) Life and manners. 1906. 37702 

" Stories for the moral instruction of children." 

- Heath (H. L.) The infant, the parent, and the state. 1907. ill. 61406 

- How (F. D.) The book of the child. 1907. - 15011 

" An attempt to set down what is in the mind of children." 

- King (I.) The psychology of child development. 1906. - - 15001 

- Mackenzie (W. L.) The health of the school child. 1906. - 37108 

- McMillan (M.) Labour and childhood. 1907. - - - 37112 

- Pritchard (E.) Infant education. 1907.-- - - - 61305 

The health and management of infants, and formation of their habits. 

- Wiggin (K. D.) and Smith (N. A.) Children's rights, a book 

of nursery logic. 1892. 17305 

- See also Girls. Play. 

Children of Gibeon ; by Sir W. Besaut. 49 B 2 

Children of tempest, a tale of the outer isles ; by Neil Munro. - 123 M 5 

Children of the king, a tale ; by F. M. Crawford. - - - 116 C 16 

Children of the New Forest ; by Captain F. Marryat. - - 52 M 9 
Chillingworth, Wm. In Stephen (Sir J. F. ) Horae Sabbaticae, v. 1. E3S1 

China. Gibson (J. C.) Mission problems in south China. 1901. 27803 

- In Lorrimer (C.) The call of the east. 1907. - 95113 

- In Lyall (Sir A. C.) Asiatic studies, v. 2. 1907. - - - 94718 

The state and religion in China. Permanent dominion in Asia. 

- Norman (F. M.) " Martello Tower " in China. 1902. ill. - 95104 

- In Park (M. M.) Greater Britain and the far east. 1907. ill. 90817 

- Parker (E. H.) China, past and present. 1903. - - - 95106 

- Ready (O. G.) Life and sport in China. 1903. ill. - 95105 

- In S. (D. W. ) European settlements in the far east. 1900. map. 94306 

- Smith (A. H.) China and America to-day. 1907. - - - 95114 

"A study of conditions and relations." 

- Ular (A.) A Russo-Chinese empire. 1904. - - - 95101 

- Wright (G. N. ) China [a description]. 4 v. ill. - - - 95115-8 
Chisholm (George G.) Commercial geography. 1906. maps.- 90609 
Chocolate. For list of related subjects, see Food. 

- Jacoutot (A. ) Chocolate and confectionery manufacture, ill. 66405 

- Zipperer (P.) Manufacture of chocolate. 1902. bibl. ill. - 66406 

Choir invisible ; by J. L. Allen. 27 A 3 

Choisy, Francis T. de. Jw Sainte-Beuve (C. A.) Essays, v. 2. 1901. E11S2 

Cholmondeley (Mary) Diana Tempest. 45 C 2 

- Red pottage. 45 CI 

Cuope (R. H.) The junior arithmetic. 1905. - - - - 51107 

- joint-author. See Briggs (W.) 

Chopin, Frederic F. In Mason (D. G.) Romantic composers, port. 99715 

Chosen, a love story ; by J. T. Findlay. 21 Fl 

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Chota Nagpore, a province of the Empire ; by F. B. B. Birt. 1903. 94805 
Christ. See Jesus Christ. 

Christian (F. W.) The Caroline Islands, travel. 1899. ill. - 99204 

Christian, a story ; by Hall Caine. - - - - - - 5C2 

Christian biography. For list of related subjects, see Biography. 

- McGown (G. W. T.) Scottish heroes of the faith. 1907. - 99819 

George Wishart. Richard Cameron. James Renwick. Robert 
Moffat. James Chalmers. Alexander M. Mackay. John G. Paton. 

- Stephen (Sir J.) Essays in ecclesiastical biography. 1907. 2 v. 99816-7 

1. Hildebrand. St. Francis of Assisi. The founders of Jesuitism. 
Martin Luther. The French Benedictines. The Port-Royalists. 2. Richard 
Baxter. The "Evangelical" succession. William Wilberforce. The Clap- 
ham Sect. The historian of enthusiasm [Isaac Taylor]. The epilogue. 

- Walton (I. ) Lives, port. 99813 

J. Donne. Sir H. Wotton. R. Hooker. G. Herbert. R. Sanderson. 

- See also Hermits. Martyrs. Ministers. Missionaries. Popes. Saints. 
Christian essentials [theology] ; by F. Ballard. 1907. - - 23016 
Christian evidences. For list of related subjects, see Theology. 

- Aitchison (J. ) Signa Christi, evidences of Christianity. 1890. 23912 

- Anderson (Sir R.) In defence, a plea for the faith. 1907. - 23915 

- Butler (J.) Analogy of religion. 23902 

- Fitchett (W. H.) The beliefs of unbelief. 1908. - - - 23919 

"Studies in the alternatives of faith." 

- Ingram (A. F. W.) Reasons for faith. 1907. - - - 23917 

Popular objections to Christianity. Old Testameut difficulties. New 
Testament difficulties. 

- MacKinnon (A. G.) Tangible tests for a young man's faith. - 23916 

- Moore (A. L.) Science and the faith, essays. 1893. - - 23909 

EI. Drummond's "Natural law in the spiritual world." Duke of 
Argyll's " Unity of nature." Bishop Temple's Bampton lectures. Morison's 
"Service of man." Martineau's "Study of religion." Darwinism and the 
Christian faith. [Etc.] 

- Ovenden (C. T.) Problems in life and religion. 1906. - - 23911 

- Paley (W.) A view of the evidences of Christianity. - - 23903 

- Pascal (B.) Thoughts. 1899. 23901 

Selected thoughts. 23913 

- Paton (J. L. ) and others. Is Christianity true ? 1904.- - 23905 

- Sewall (F.) Reason in belief. 1906. 23904 

- Trench (R. C.) The Hulsean lectures, 1845-6. 1880. - - 23918 

The fitness of Holy Scripture for unfolding the spiritual life of 
men. Christ the desire of all nations. 

- Wright (G. F.) Scientific aspects of Christian evidences. 1898. 23906 
Christian life. For lists of related subjects, see Ethics. Theology. 

- Bayne (P.) Christian life, social and individual. 1855. - - 17130 

- Brierley (J.) Ourselves and the universe. 1904. - - - 17113 

- Brooke (S. A.) The life superlative. 1906. .... 24803 
Browne (Sir T.) Christian morals. 24001 

- Coleridge (S. T.) Aids to reflection. 24201 

- Creigh ton (M.) Counsel for the young. 1905. - - - 17108 

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Christian life. Dickie (W.) Life's ideals. 1907. - - - 17128 

- Doddridge (P.) Religion in the soul, addresses. 1892. - - 24302 

- Elphinstone (Lady) The power of character, studies. - - 17127 

- Garrod (H. W.) The religion of all good men, and other studies. 17102 

- Gunsaulus (F. W.) Paths to the city of God. 1906. - - 17121 

- Hunt (J. B.) Good without God, is it possible? 1907. - - 17129 

- Kempis (T. a) The imitation of Christ. ----- 24202 

- Macleod (N.) Love, the fulfilling of the law. 1888. - - 17125 

- Martineau (J.) Endeavours after the Christian life. 1907. - 17120 

- Meyer (F. B.) Friendly counsels. 1901. - 17119 

" I promise," the Christian Endeavour pledge. - - - 24801 

Work-a-day sermons. 1897. 17112 

- Miller (J. R.) Finding the way. 1904. 17116 

- Morgan (G. C.) True estimate of life and how to live. 1903. 17110 
-Nepveu(F.) " I am the way." 1906. 24203 

- Ruskin (J. ) An Oxford lecture. In his On the old road, v. 3. 70403 

- Sinclair (W. M.) Likewise the younger women. 1901. - - 17104 

- Taylor (J. ) Holy living, with prayers. 24102 

Holy dying. 24101 

- Thorold (A. W.-J The yoke of Christ. 1897. - - - - 17115 

Marriage. Illness. Letter-writing. Friends. Money. The loss of 
friends. 

- Torrey (R. A.) How to succeed in the Christian life. 1906. - 17107 

- Watkinson (W. L. ) The education of the heart, essays. - 17105 

- Watson (J.) The homely virtues. 1903. - 17118 
Christian opportunity, sermons ; by R. T. Davidson. 1904. - 25216 
Christian year, thoughts in verse; by J. Keble. ill. - - 301 K 
Christianity. For lists of related subjects, see Church history. Theology. 

- Addison (J.) On the Christian religion. In his Works, v. 5. E1A6 

- Alston (L.) Stoic and Christian in the second century. 1906. 18802 

- Blyth (P. G.) Christianity and tradition. 1906. - - - 23005 

- Cairns (D. S.) Christianity in the modern world. 1906. - 23003 

- Clifford (J.) Ultimate problems of Christianity. 1906. - - 23004 

- Coats (J.) The Master's watchword. 1897. - - - - 23006 

" Fundamental principles of the Christian religion." 

- Dods (M.) Christianity and civilisation. In his Erasmus [etc.] E4D1 

- Farrar (F. W.) The early days of Christianity. 1897. - - 27001 

- Gardner (P.) The growth of Christianity. 1907. - - - 27009 

- Gull (C. A. E. R.) "I believe," and other essays. 1907. - E5G1 

- Inge (W. R.) Truth and falsehood in religion. 1906. - - 23015 

- Iverach (J.) Christianity and evolution. 1894. - - - 21301 

- Milman (H. H.) History of Latin Christianity. 1867. 9 v. - 28201-9 

- Rauschenbusch (W.) Christianity and the social crisis. 1907. 26101 

- Sharpe (A. B.) The principles of Christianity. 1906. - - 23012 
Christian's mistake ; by Mrs. D. M. Craik. - - - - HOC 8 

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Christie (Mrs. A. H.) Embroidery and tapestry weaving. 1906. 74601 

Christie (Jas. ) ed. Medical institutions of Glasgow. 1888. - 92402 

Christie (Richard C.) Etienne Dolet, a biography. 1899. - D091 

Christie Johnstone [a novel] ; by C. Reade. - - - - 16 R 16 
Christmas. For list of related subjects, see Customs. 

- Irving (W.) Old Christmas. 1894. ill. 39401 

Christmas books ; by C. Dickens. 2 copies. .... 30D6 

Christmas books ; by W. M. Thackeray. 2 copies. - - - 12T6 

Christmas stories ; by C. Dickens. 2 copies. - 30D5 

Christowell, a Dartmoor tale ; by R. D. Blackmore. - - - 36 B 6 

Chronic loafer [a novel] ; by N. Lloyd. 80 LI 

Chronicles. See Bible. 

Chronicles of Count Antonio ; by Anthony Hope. - - - 82H3 

Chronicles of Don Q. ; by Mrs. K. H. and H. H. Prichard. - 80P1 

Chronicles, New, of Don Q. ; by Mrs. K. H. and H. H. Prichard. 80 P 2 
Chronicles of the Canongate ; by Sir W. Scott. 3 copies. 

First series, 35S20; First series, continued, 35S2; First series, 

concluded, "The surgeon's daughter," 35S25; Second series, "The fair 

maid of Perth," 35S22. 

Chronicles of the Schonberg-Cotta family ; by Mrs. E. R. Charles. 38 CI 
Chronology. See Time. 

Chrysostom, St. John. In Hello (E.) Studies in saintship. 1903. 99825 

Chrystabel, or, clouds with silver linings ; by E. J. Worboise. - 83 W 9 

Chucks. Cassal (H. J. S.) Chucks and chucking. 1906. ill - 62301 

Church (A. H.) Josiah Wedgwood, master-potter. 1908. ill.- W221 

Church (Alfred J.) Henry the Fifth [a biography]. 1891. - H131 
Church (Richard \V. ) Beginning of the middle ages. 1 903. maps. 91016 

- Spenser [his life and work]. 1888. S241 

Church. For list of related subjects, see Religion. 

- Beet (J. A.) The church, churches, and the sacraments. 1907. 26003 

- Hunter (J.) A plea for a worshipful church. 1903. - - 26002 

- Lidgett (J.S. ) and others. The social mission of the church. 1906. 26103 

- Mathews (S.) The church and the changing order. 1907. - 26102 

The relation of the church to intellectual, religious, and social movements. 

- Rankin (J.) Church ideas in Scripture and Scotland. 1898. - 26001 

- In Ruskin (J.) On the old road, v. 3. 1899. .... 70403 

Notes on the construction of sheepfolds. The Lord's Prayer and the church. 

- See also Church polity. Missions. Revivals. Ritualism. Sects. 

Sunday. 
Church and state. For lists of related subjects, see Church, England. 
Political science. 

- Bodley (J. E. C.) The church in France. 1906. - - - 32201 

- Macaulay (Lord) Gladstone on Church and state. In Works. 82827 

- Moberly (R. C. ) Considerations upon disestablishment and 

disendowment. In his Problems and principles. 1904. - 20402 

- Russell (G. W. E. ) Ritualism and disestablishment. In his 

Household of faith. 1902. 28303 

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Church decoration. For list of related subjects, see Decoration. 

- Duthie (A. L.) Practical church decoration. 1907. ill. - 69807 
Church, Eastern. See Church, Greek. 

Church, England. Allison (T.) English Church history to a. d. 1702. 27602 

- Bede. Ecclesiastical history of England [to a.d. 731]. - - 27601 

- Creighton (M.) The Church and the nation, addresses. 1901. 28307 

- Crosse (G.) Authority in the Church of England. 1906. - 26201 

- Lang(C. G.) The opportunity of the Church of England. 1906. 25002 

- Lock (W.) and others. Church and Empire. 1907. - ■ 28304 

- MacColl(M.) The reformation settlement. 1899. - - - 28302 

- Perry (G. G.) History of the English Church. 1890-1900. 3 v. 27603-5 

1. 596-1509. 2. 1509-1717. 3. 1717-1884. 

- Russell (G. W. E.) The household of faith, essays. 1902. - 28303 

Mr. Gladstone's religious development. John William Burgon. Ritual- 
ism and disestablishment. [Etc.] 

- Sadler (M. F.) Church doctrine, Bible truth. 1908. - - 28306 

- Scott (C. A.) Evangelical doctrine, Bible truth. 1901.- - 28301 

A criticism of Sadler's " Church doctrine." 

- Simon (J. S.) The revival of religion in England in the 

eighteenth century. 1907. ------ 27607 

- See also Church and state. Cla,pham Sect. Oxford movement. Prayer 

hook. Thirty-nine articles. 
Church, Greek. Fortescue (A.) The Orthodox Eastern Church. 28102 

- Stanley (A. P.) History of the Eastern Church. 1884. plans. 28101 
Church history. For list of related subjects, see Religion. 

- Bruce (H.) The age of schism, 1304-1503. 1907. - - - 27010 

- Cutts (E. L.) Turning points of church history. 1893.- - 27006 

- Jones (H.D.M.Spence) The golden age of the church. 1906. map. 27005 

- Schubert (H. von) Outlines of church history. 1907. - - 27008 

- Smith (P.) History of the Christian church [to 1555]. 2 v. - 27002-3 

- Socrates. Ecclesiastical history, a.d. 305 to [445]. - - 27004 

- Stanley (A. P.) The study of ecclesiastical history. In his 

History of the Eastern Church. 1884. - 28101 

- See also Christianity. Crusades. Martyrs. Persecution. Reformation. 
Church music. See Music, Church. 

Church of Scotland. Archibald (J.) A ten years' conflict. 1907. 27505 

The conflict between Presbytery and Episcopacy, 1701-11 ; persecution 
of episcopal clergy, 1715 and 1745. 

- Argyll (Duke of) "Presbytery examined." 1848.- - - 27507 

" Ecclesiastical history of Scotland since the reformation." 

- Henderson (H. F.) The religious controversies of Scotland. - 27508 

- Paton (R.) The Scottish Church in early times. 1884. - - 27503 

- Robinson (A.) The story of the Kilmun case. - - - - 27504 

- Watson (J.) The Scot of the eighteenth century. 1907. - 27506 
Church of Scotland, Free Church. Walker (N. L.) Chapters from 

the history of the Free Church. 1895. - 28501 

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Church polity. Moberly (R. C.) The independence of church 

courts. In his Problems and principles. 1904. - - 20402 

Church, Presbyterian. Black (K. M.) The Scots churches in 

England. 1906. map. 28503 

- Mcllveen (J.) The church's worship. 1906. 28502 

Churches. Heath (S. ) Our homeland churches and how to study 

them. 1907. bibl. ill. - 72605 

- See also Cathedrals. 

Churchill, Lord Randolph. Churchill (W. L. S.) Lord Randolph 

Churchill [a biography]. 1906. 2 v. port. - - - C 211-2 

- Paul(H. W.) Winston Churchill's "Life of Lord Randolph 

Churchill." In his Stray leaves. 1906.- - - - E1P1 

Churchill (Winston) The crossing. - - - - - - 47 CI 

Churchill (Winston L. S. ) For free trade, speeches. 1906. - 33709 

- The story of the Malakand Field Force. 1S99. maps, plans. 94802 

Church's worship [Presbyterian] ; by J. Mcllveen. 1906.- - 28502 

Cicero. Letters ; trans, by W. Melnoth and W. Heberden. 

mem. port. 87601 

- Orations ; trans, by C. D. Yonge. 1902-5. 4 v. - - - 87501-4 
Cigarettes. For lists of related subjects, see Health. Industries. 

- Henry (J. Q. A.) The deadly cigarette, ill. ... - 61316 

"The perils of juvenile smoking." 

- Zicaliotti (A.) Record of the cigarette industry. 1904.- - 67901 

Cinderella, a novel ; by S. R. Crockett, 120C6 

Circassian ; by M. Roberts and M. Montesole. - - - - 44R1 

Circle. Phin (J.) Squaring the circle. In his Follies. 1906. - 50412 

Circuit journeys [Scotland, 1837-54] ; by Lord Cockbum. 1SS9. C081 
Cities. Barnett (Mrs. S. A.) Science and city suburbs. In 

Science in public affairs. 1906. 30412 

- Howe (F. C.) The British city, the beginnings of democracy.- 35206 

- Keeble (S. E.) The city. In Citizen of to-morrow. 1906. bibl. 30409 

- Kingsley (C.) (treat cities and their influence for good and 

evil. In his Sanitary and social lectures. 1902. - - E1K1 

- See also Garden cities. Names of cities. 

Citizen of the world ; by O. Goldsmith. In his Works, v. 3. - E1G3 

Citizenship. For lists of related subjects, see Ethics. Political science. 

- Aston (W. D.) The duties and rights of citizenship. 1907. - 32007 

- Branford(V. V.) Science and citizenship. In Science in public 

affairs. 1906. 30412 

- Moulton (W. F.) and others. The citizen of to-morrow. 1906. 30409 

The call ami credentials of social Christianity; by II. Bisseker. John 
Wesley and social service ; by •'. K. Kattenbury. Christianity and socialism ; 

by F. Ballard. Poverty, its tacts and problems; by W. F. Lofthouse. The 
citizen and unemployment ; by Q. W. AfcArthur. The housing of the citizen ; 
by A. P. Grnbb. The young, or, citizens in the making ; by \V. 15. Fits-Gerald. 
The city, or, the service of the citizens; by S. E. Keeble. [Etc.] 

- Tuft (W. H.) Four aspects of civic duty. 1906. - - - 17201 
City of God, discussions in religion, by A. M. Fairbairn. 1S83. 23014 

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Civil service. For list of related subjects, see Government. 

- Skerry (G. E. ) The civil service manual. .... 35102 

" Being a practical guide to examinations." 

- See also Foreign Office. 

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- Anderson (R. E.) Extinct civilizations of the east. 1899. ill. 90301 
Extinct civilizations of the west. 1903. ill. map. - - 90302 

- Asiaticus. An eastern view of western progress. 1905. - 30102 

- Buckle (H. T. ) History of civilization in England [France, 

Spain, and Scotland]. 1903. 3 v. MM. - - ' - - 90303-5 

- Kingsley (C.) Ancient civilization. In his Lectures. 1902. - 90403 

- Maurice (F. D.) Christian civilization. In his Friendship of 

books, and other lectures. 1904. - E4M1 

- Rawlinson (G.) The origin of nations, maps. - - - 90307 

- Seignobos (C. ) History of ancient civilization [to a.d. 400]. - 90308 

History of mediaeval civilization [a.d. 9-1700]. bibl. - - 90309 

Cms. State of the navy in 1907. 1907. 35907 

Claassen (H.) Beet-sugar manufacture. 1906.- - - - 66401 

Claim jumpers, a romance ; by S. E. White. - ... 12W2 

Claims of the common life, sermons ; by M. Creighton. 1905. - 25234 
Clairvoyance. For list of related subjects, see Mind and body. 

- Hara (0 Hashnu) Practical clairvoyance and telepathy. - 13404 
Clapham ( J. H. ) The woollen and worsted industries. 1907. ill. 67725 
Clapham Sect, in Stephen (Sir J.) Essays, v. 2. 1907. - - 99817 
Clapperton (GeoPvGe) Practical paper-making. 1907. ill. - 67601 
Clara Vaughan [a novel] ; by R. D. Blackmore. - - - 63 B 5 
Clare (Austin) Court cards, a romance. 50 C 3 

- The tideway, a novel. 50 C 2 

Clarence [a novel] ; by F. Bret Harte. 33 H 3 

A sequel to "Susy," 33H5. 

Clarendon (Edward Hyde, Earl of) Characters and episodes 

of the great rebellion ; ed. by G. D. Boyle. 1889. - - 91305 
Clarendon, Edward Hyde, Earl of. Stephen (Sir J. F. ) Clarendon's 
'History of the rebellion'; Clarendon's 'Life.' In his 

Horae Sabbaticae, v. 1. 1892. , E3S1 

Clark (F.E,) Continent of opportunity [South America]. 1907. 97803 

Clark (Victor S.) The labour movement in Australasia. 1907. 33105 

Clark (William) British marine testaceous mollusca. 1855. - 59403 
Clark, William. Bid die (N.) ed. Expedition of Captains Lewis 

and Clark to sources of Missouri, 1804-6. 3 v. port. - 97405-7 

Clarke (H. W.) The Persian manual. 49106 

Clarke (Henry B.) Modern Spain, 1815-98. 1906. mem. map. 93422 

Clarke (John H. ) Homoeopathy explained. 1905. - - - 61503 

Clarke (Marcus) For the term of his natural life. 2 copies. - 54C1 

Clarkson (Thomas) Memoirs of William Penn. 1813. 2 v. - P161-2 

Classics. Sidgwick (H.) Classical education. In his Essays. - E8S1 

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Clausen (George) Aims and ideals in art. 190(3. ill. - - 70405 

- Six lectures on painting, 1904. 1906. ill. .... 75003 
Clay (Sir Arthur) and others. Manufacture of paupers. 1906. 33902 
Clay, Henry. Schurz (C.) Life of Henry Clay. 18S7- 2 v. -C181-2 
Clay (Reginald S.) Practical exercises in light. 190G. ill. - 53505 
Clay. For list of related subjects, see Chemical technology. 

- The ciayworker's hand-book. 1906. bibl. ill. - - - 66601 

- Fairie (J.) Notes on pottery clays. 1901. - - - - 66604 

- Passmore (A. C.) Sand and clay, analysis [etc.] 1907. - - 69101 
Clayton (Joseph) John Blankset's business, a novel. - - 147 CI 
Clear (Claudius). See Nicoll (William Robertson). 

Cleeve (Lucas) Anglo-Americans. 56 CI 

- Our lady of beauty. 56 C 2 

- The progress of Priscilla. 56 C 4 

- Stolen waters. 56 C 3 

Cleg Kelly, arab of the city ; by S. R. Crockett. - - - 120 C 8 

Cl eland (John) Animal physiology, the human body. ill. - 61201 
Clement of Alexandria. Dods (M.) Clement and his apologetic. 

In his Erasmus, and other essays. 1891. - - - E4D1 

Clemesha ( H. W. ) Preston and its Gild Merchant. In Essays. 1907. 90406 
Clemson (H.) Methods and machinery of business, exchanges 

and insurance. 1907. 65812 

Clennell (Emily M. H.) Timothy's legacy. .... 148C1 
Cleopatra [a romance] ; by H. Rider Haggard. - - - - 3H7 

Cleve Hall [a story] ; by E. M. Sewell. 48S8 

Cleveden [a novel] ; by M. Linskill. ------ 45L1 

Clever woman of the family ; by C. M. Yonge. - - - - 2Y4 

Clews (Hy. ) and others. Problems in banking and currency. - 33208 

Clifford (Hugh) Heroes of exile. 1906. 99510 

- Sally, and other tales. 159 CI 

Clifford (John) Ultimate problems of Christianity. 1906. - 23004 

Clifton (A. B.) The cathedral church of Lichfield. 1S9S. ill. - 72604 

Climate. Croll (J.) Climate and time, their geological relations. 55112 

- - Climate and cosmology. 18S5. 55118 

" A discussion of the objections urged against ' Climate and time.' " 

- Proctor (R. A.) Climate of Great Britain. In Light science. 50425 

- Wallace (A. It.) Island life, including the problem of geological 

climates. 1892. ill. maps. 59103 

Climbing plants. For lists of related subjects, see Gardening. 

- Arnott (S.) Climbing plants and wall shrubs. 1903. ill. - 71602 
Clive, Robert, Lord. In Macaulay (Lord) Works. - - - 82827 
Cloak of friendship [and other stories] ; by L. Housman. - - 129H1 
Clocks and watches. For list of other industries, see Industries. 

- Britten (F. J.) Watch and clock makers' handbook. 1907. ill. 68101 

- In Cassell's New technical educator, v. 1-4. ill. - - - 60306-9 

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Clocks and watches. CunyDghame(H. H.) Time and clocks. 1906. ^.52901 

"Ancient and modern methods of measuring time." 

Clodd (Edward) Pioneers of evolution, Thales to Huxley, ill. 57515 

- The story of creation. 1890. ill. 57514 

- The story of "primitive " man. 1895. ill. - 57102 
Cloister and the hearth, a tale ; by C. Reade. - - - 16 R 9 
Clough (Arthur H.) Selections from [his] poems. 1904. -port. 401 C 
Clough, A. H. Bagehot (W.) Clough's poems. In his Studies. - E5B2 

- Sidgwick(H.) Poems and prose remains of Clough. In his Essays. E8S1 
Clouston (J. S.) The adventures of M. d'Haricot. - - • - 61 C 3 

- The duke. - - - - 61C4 

- Garmiscath [a novel]. 2 copies. 61 C 2 

- Our Lady's Inn. 61 CI 

Clouston (Thomas S.) The hygiene of mind. 1906. ill. - - 13101 

Clove Hitch. A handbook on sailing. 1904. ill. - - - 79706 

Clyde. Guide to Glasgow and the Clyde, ill. map. - - - 92307 

- In Industrial rivers of the United Kingdom. 1888. ill. - 38002 

- Macdonald (H.) Days at the coast, Firth of Clyde, ill. - 91902 

- Munro (R.) Archaeology and false antiquities. 1905. ill. - 57101 

The disputed antiquarian discoveries on the banks of the Clyde. 

- Lang (A.) The Clyde mystery [a criticism of the above], ill. - 57103 

- Williamson (J.) The Clyde passenger steamer. 1812 to 1901. ill. 65606 
Clyde songs, and other verses; by J. J. Bell. 1905. - - 1201 B 
Coach-building. In CasselFs Technical educator, v. 5-6. - - 60310-1 
Coaching. Bradley (T.) Old coaching days in Yorkshire, ill. - 79802 
Coal. For lists of related subjects, see Geology. Mining. 

- Boulton(W. S.) and others. Practical coal-mining, v. 1-4. ill. 62510-3 

1. Geology of the coal measures ; by S. Boulton. Composition and 
analysis of coal; by C. A. Seyler. Trial borings ; by H. F. Bulman. Shaft- 
sinking ; by H. Louis. 2. Shaft-sinking [conch] ; by H. Louis. Breaking 
ground ; by H. F. Bulman. Methods of working and timbering ; by E. H. 
Robertson. 3. Haulage ; by G. R. Thompson. Winding ; by C. Latham. 
Pumping; by W. E. Lishman. 4. Pumping, continued; by W. E. Lishman. 
Ventilation ; by H. W. G. Halbaum. Transmission of power ; by W. E. 
Lishman. 

- Burns (D.) Electrical practice in collieries. 1905. ill. - - 62505 

- Coal mining. In CasselPs New technical educator, v. 5-6. ill. 60310-11 

- Glover (W.) Lessons in coal mining for schools. 1906. ill. - 62509 

- Hughes (H. W.) A text-book of coal-mining. 1904. bibl. ill. 62507 

- Kerr (G. L.) Practical coal mining. 1905. ill. - - - 62508 

- Martin (E. A.) The story of a piece of coal. 1898. ill. - 55301 

- Peel (R.) Elementary text-book of coal mining. 1905. ill. - 62504 

- Proctor (R. A.) Britain's coal cellars. In his Science, v. 1. - 50424 

- Ward (J. J. ) Story of a piece of coal. In Nature biographies. 50419 
Coates (Thos. F. G.) and Bell (R. S. W.) Marie Corelli. 1903. ill. C141 
Coats (Jervis) The Master's watchword [Christianity]. 1897. 23006 
Cobb (Thomas) The friendships of Veronica. - - - 66 C 2 

- A man of sentiment, a novel. 66 CI 

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Cobban (James M. ) The iron hand. - 160 C 2 

- The terror by night. 160C1 

Cobbett (William) Advice to young men. mem. - - - 17012 

- Regency and reign of George the Fourth. 2 v. - - 91432-3 
Cobbett, William. In Saintsbury (G. E. B.) Essays, v. 2. 1895. 82104 

- Stephen (Sir J. F.) Cobbett's political works. In his Horae 

Sabbaticae, v. 3. 1892. - E3S3 

Cobbleigh (Tom). See Raymond (Walter). 

Cobden (Richard) Speeches on questions of public policy. - 82719 

Cobden, Richard. Axon(W.E.A.) Cobden as a citizen. 1201. bibl. port. C112 

"A facsimile of Cobden's pamphlet 'Incorporate your borough,' with 
an introduction." 

- In MacCunn (J.) Six radical thinkers. 1907. - - - 32014 

- Morley (J.) The life of Cobden. 1905. bibl. port. - - Clll 
Cock-lane ghost ; by O. Goldsmith. In his Works, v. 2. - - E1G2 
Cockburn (Henry, Lord) Circuit journeys, Scotland, 1837-54. C081 
Cockerell (Douglas) Bookbinding and care of books. 1906. - 68602 
Cockton (Henry) Sylvester Sound, the somnambulist. - - 68C2 

- Valentine Vox, the ventriloquist. 68 CI 

Coffee. For list of related subjects, see Agriculture. 

- Lock (C. G. \Y.)ed. Coffee, culture and commerce. 1888. bibl. ill. 63305 

Coghlan (T. A.) and Ewing (T. T. ) Progress of Australasia in 

the nineteenth century. 1903. 98607 

Coins and medals. For lists of related subjects, see Money. Sculpture. 

- Addison (J.) Dialogues upon ancient medals. In his Works, v. 1. E1A2 

- Avebury (Lord) History of coins and currency. 1903. ill. - 33202 

- Rawlings (G. B.) The story of British coinage. 1S98. ill. - 33201 

- Temple (Sir R. C) Anthropology, the evolution of currency 

and coinage. In Lectures on the method of science. 1906. 50421 
Colberg (Paul) Harmony progressively arranged, port. 7iuis. 78112 
Colby (A. L. ) American standard specifications for steel. 1902. 67202 
Coldstream, John, Biography of ; by J. H. Balfour. 1865. port. C341 
Cole (Grenville A. J.) Aids in practical geology. 1906. ill. - 55010 

- Open-air studies in geology. 1902. ill. ----- 55110 
Colebrooke, Henry T. In Miiller (F. Max) Works, v. 6. 1904. E5M2 
Coleridge, Hartley. In Bagehot (W.) Literary studies, v. 1. 189S. E5B1 
Coleridge, John Duke, Lord. Coleridge (E. H.) Life and corre- 
spondence of Lord Coleridge. 1904. 2 v. port. ill. - C 151-2 

Coleridge (Mary E. ) The fiery dawn. 70 CI 

Coleridge (Samuel T.) Aids to reflection. Confessions of an 

inquiring spirit. 24201 

- Poetical [and] dramatic writings, mem. - 101 C 

- Selections. In English poets, v. 4. 1905. mem. - - - 82224 
Coleridge, Samuel T. Campbell (J. D.) Coleridge, his life. port. C161 

- Garnett (R. ) The poetry of Coleridge. In his Essays. 1901. E3G1 

- In Stephen (Sir L.) Hours in a library, v. 3. 1899. - - E4S3 

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Collapse of the penitent ; by F. Wedmore. .... 33W1 
Collectivism. See Socialism. 

Collier (William F.) Marjorie Dudingstoune, a tale. - - 72C1 

Collings (Jesse) Land reform. 190& ill. - 33305 
Collingwood ( William G. ) Art leaching of John Ruskin. 1900. 70112 

- The Lake counties. 1902. ill. maps. 91722 

Collins (John C.) Essays and studies. 1895. - - - - E4C1 

John Dryden. The predecessors of Shakspeare. Lord Chesterfield's 
Letters. The Porson of Shakspearian criticism [Theobald]. Menander. 

- Studies in poetry and criticism. 1905. E4C2 

The poetry and poets of America. The collected works of Lord Byron. 
The poetry of Mr. Gerald Massey. Miltonic myths and their authors. 
Longinus and Greek criticism. The true functions of poetry. [Etc.] 

- ed. A treasury of minor British poetry. ----- 82232 
Collins (Tom) School and sport, recollections. 1905. - - 79620 
Collins (William) Poems, mem. 82435 

- Poetical works, mem. port. 501 C 

- Selections. In English poets, v. 3. mem. - 82223 
Collins (William Wilkie) My miscellanies. 1893. port. - 82803 

- After dark. 75C21 

- Antonina, or, the fall of Rome. 75 C 3 

- Armadale. 75C1 

- Basil. 75C4 

- The black robe. 75C5 

- The dead secret. 75C6 

- The frozen deep, and other tales. ------ 75C8 

- The haunted hotel. My lady's money. 2 copies. - - - 75 C 11 

- Hide and seek. 75C19 

- 'I say no.' 75C9 

- Jezebel's daughter. 2 copies. 75C12 

- The law aud the lady. - 75C20 

- Man and wife, a novel. 75C17 

- Miss or Mrs.? and other stories. 75C18 

Blow up with the brig. The fatal cradle. A mad marriage. 

- The moonstone, a romance. 75C15 

- The new Magdalen. 75C7 

- No name. 2 copies. 75 C10 

- Poor Miss Finch, a domestic story. 75C16 

- The queen of hearts. 75 C 2 

- The woman in white. 75C13 

Collyns (C. P.) Chase of wild red deer in Devon and Somerset. 79922 

Colomb (P. H.) Adm. St. Vincent; Nelson. In From Howard 

to Nelson. 99609 

Colomba ; par P. Merimee ; with notes. 1905. - 44841 

Colonel Quaritch,V.C, a tale of country life; byLT. Eider Haggard. 3H15 

Colonel Starbottle's client, and some other people ; by F. Bret Harte. 33 H 2 

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Colonies, British. Alison (Sir A.) Colonial government and the 

West India question. In his Essays, v. 1. 1850. - - E3A1 

- Caldecott (A.) English colonization and Empire. 1901. maps. 32507 

- Froude(J. A.) England and her colonies; England's war. In 

his Short studies, v. 2. - - - - - - E2F2 

Oceana, or, England and her colonies. 190o. ill. - - 32502 

- Greswell (W. P.) Growth of the British colonies, 1837-97. - 32503 

- Jebb (R.) Studies in colonial nationalism. 1905. - - - 32504 

- Kirkpatrick (F. A.) Colonization and Empire. 1906. v. 1. bibl. 32508 

- Seeley (Sir J. R.) The expansion of England. 1904. - - 32501 

- Walker (H. de R. ) Science and colonial development. In 

Science in public affairs. 1906. 30412 

- See also Darien Company. 
Colossians, Epistle to the. See Bible. 

Colour. For lists of related subjects, see Chemical technology. Light. 

- Hurst (G. H.) Painters' colours, oils, varnishes. 1906. ill. - 66716 

- Paterson (D.) Colour-matching on textiles. 1901. ill. - - 66712 

- Rood (O. N.) Colour, with applications. 1904. ill. - - 53501 

- Standage (H. C.) The artists' manual of pigments. 1896. - 66715 
Colour blindness. For list of related subjects, see Light. 

- Abney (Sir W. de W.) Colour vision. 1894. ill. - - - 53502 
Colqchoux (Arch. R.) Renascence of South Africa. 1900. map. 96303 
Colquhoux (John) The moor and the loch. 1888. mem. port. ill. 79919 
Columbus, Christopher. Irving (W.) Life and voyages of 

Columbus. 1903. 2 v. port. C 052-3 

V. 2. contains also "The voyages and discoveries of the companions 
of Columbus." 

Combe, Andrew. In Brown (J.) Horoe subsecivre, v. I. 1S97. - E2B1 
[Combe (William)] Dr. Syntax [a poem]. 3 v. col. ill. - -1301-3C 
Come live with me and be my love ; by R. W. Buchanan. - 103 B 7 

Comets. Proctor (R. A.) The two comets of 186S. In his Light 

science for leisure hours, v. 2. 1906. .... 50425 

Comic operas. See Music, Musical comedies. 

Comines, Philippe de. In Stephen (Sir J. F.) Horae Sabbaticae. E3S1 
Coming of love, and other poems ; by T. Watts Dunton. 1907. 701 D 
Coming of the preachers, a tale ; by John Ack worth. - - 67A1 

Coming of the Randolphs ; by A. Sergeant. - - - 45 SI 

Coming race ; by Lord Lytton. - - - - - - - 74 L 17 

Commerce. For lists of related subjects, see Arts, Useful. Sociology. 

- Alison (Sir A.) Commercial crisis of 1837. In his Essays, v. 1. E3A1 

- British commerce. In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 7-8. 03208-9 

- Davidson (J.) Commercial federation and colonial trade policy. 33701 

- Day (C. ) A history of commerce. 1907. bibl. map*. - - 38001 

- Duncan (R. K.) The chemistry of commerce. 1907. ill. - 66012 

- Hervey (M. H.) Trade policy of imperial federation. 189*2. - 33702 

- McKenzie (F. A.) The American invaders. 1902. - - - 33803 

The effects on British trade of the commercial expansion of CT.S. A. 

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Commerce. See also Advertising. Business. Fur-trading. Postage 
stamps. Transportation. Weights and measures. 

Commercial correspondence. For list of related subjects, see Business. 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 7-8. 1903. - - - 03208-9 

English, French, German. 

- Davies (A. E.) The foreign correspondent. 1905. - - - 65002 

- Parkyn (W. A.) The language of commerce. 1906. 2 v. - 65810-1 

1. Composition, terminology, letter-writing. 2. Correspondence classi- 
fied and simplified. 

- Pitman's Dictionary of commercial correspondence. 1907. - 65003 

"In English, French, German, Spanish, and Italian." 

- See also Shorthand. 

Commercial geography. For related subjects, see Geography. 

- Chisholm (G. G.) Commercial geography. 1906. maps. - 90609 

- Slater (J. A.) The world's commercial products. - - - 90608 

- Toothaker (C. R.) Commercial raw materials. 1905. ill. maps. 90607 
Commonplace philosopher [essays]; by [A. K. H. Boyd]. 1891. E3B7 
Commons, House of. For related subjects, see Parliament. 

- Grant (J.) Random recollections, 1830-5. ... - 32803 
Commonwealth or Empire [United States] ; by G. Smith. 1902. 35301 
Commonwealths. For list of related subjects, see Political science. 

- Bacon (F.) New Atlantis. 19208 

- Hobbes (T.) Leviathan. In his English works, v. 3. 1839. - 19211 

- More (Sir T.) Utopia [an imaginary ideal commonwealth]. - 32002 
Communion. See Lord's Supper. 

Commutators. Livingstone (R.) Design and construction of 

commutators. 1907. ill. 62420 

Companions of Jehu ; by A. Dumas. 58D19 

A sequel to " The whites and the blues," 58D16. 

Companions of the sorrowful way [Bible characters] ; by J. Watson. 22702 
Compass. For list of related subjects, see Astronomy. 

- Martin (W. R.) Lectures on compass adjustment. 1906. ill. 52201 
Composers. See Musicians. 

Composition. See Language. Music. 

Compromise [a novel] ; by D. Gerard. .... - 14G2 

Compromises [literary and social essays]; by A. Repplier. 1904. E1R1 

Compton (Herbert E. ) Indian life in town and country, ill. - 94710 

- The palace of spies, an episode. 77 CI 

- The queen can do no wrong [a sequel to "The palace of spies "]. 77 C 2 
Comrades, poems old and new; by W. Canton. 1902. - - 1201 C 

Comrades two ; by E. Fremantle. 71F1 

Comradeship in sorrow, thoughts ; by J. Stark. 1907. - - 24209 
Comte (Auguste) Positive philosophy. 1896. 3 v. bibl. mem. 19401-3 

Comte, Auguste. In Morley (J.) Critical miscellanies, v. 3. - E3M3 

Comte de Monte-Cristo ; par A. Dumas. 58D18 

Con Cregan, The confessions of ; by C. Lever. - - - 39 L 6 

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Concerning Isabel Carnaby ; by E. T. Fowler. - - - 45 F 4 

Concrete. For list of related subjects, see Building. 

- Twelvetrees (\V. N.) Concrete-steel. 1907. ill. - - - 69104 

" The theory and practice of reinforced concrete construction." 

Concrete-steel buildings. 1907. ill. 72102 

"A companion volume to the treatise on 'Concrete-steel.'" 

- Warren (F. D.) Reinforced concrete. 1906. ill. - - - 69301 
Conde (Jose A.) The Arabs in Spain [711-1492]. 3 v. - -93408-10 
Conder (Claude R.) Critics and the law [Pentateuch]. 1907. - 22305 
Condescension in foreigners; by J. R. Lowell. In his My study 

windows. - - - - - - - - - -E1L1 

Condorcet, Marquis de. In Morley (J. ) Critical miscellanies, v. 2. E3M2 
Conduct of life. For list of related subjects, see Ethics. 

- Avebury (Lord) The pleasures of life. 1905. - - - E2A1 
-- The use of life [essays]. 1904. E2A2 

- Bell (Lady) The minor moralist, essays on conduct. 1903. - 17008 

The better teaching of manners. Some difficulties incidental to middle 
age. The relation between mothers and daughters. " Si jeunesse voulair." 
Thrift and certain proverbs regarding it. Lot of the servant. 

- Cobbett (W.) Advice to young men and young women. - - 17012 

- In Emerson (R. W.) Works, v. 2. 1S94. - - - - E2E2 

- Gunsaulus (F. W.) Young men in history. 1899.- - - 17006 

- Haldane (R. B.) The dedicated life. In his Army reform [etc.] 35510 

- Hammerton (J. A.) A young man's mind. .... 17005 

- In [Helps (Sir A.)] Friends in council, v. 1-2. 1894-1900. -E6H1-2 

1. The art of living. 2. The arts of self-advancement. The miseries of 
human life. Life not so miserable after all. 

- Jordan (W. G.) Great truths. 17009 

- Lecky (W. E. H.) The map of life, conduct and character. 1904. 17015 

- Maeterlinck (M.) Deeper life. In his Treasure of the humble. E8M2 

- Nicoll (W. R.) Letters on life. 1904. E2N2 

- Ruskin (J.) The mystery of life and its arts. In his Sesame 

and lilies. 82805 

- Smiles (S.) Self-help, conduct and perseverance. 1905. ill. - 37402 

- Thayer (W. M.) Tact, push, and principle. 1904. - - 17402 

- Wagner (C.) Towards the heights. 1906. - - - 17103 

- Warner (C. D.) The relation of literature to life. 1897. - E2W1 

- Williamson (J.) Science in living. 17117 

Confectionery. For list of related subjects, see Domestic economy. 

- The British Baker's Selected recipes. 64209 

- Hausner (A.) The manufacture of sweetmeats. 1902. ill. - 66403 

- Jacoutot (A.) Chocolate and confectionery manufacture, ill. 66405 

- Jeanes (W.) Gunter's Modern confectioner. - 64202 

- Jones (L.) Puddings and sweets, receipts. .... 64206 

- Manders (B.) The art of sweetmaking. 1905. - - - 64203 

- Weatherley (H.) The art of boiling sugar. 1903. ill. - - 66404 

- Wells (R.) Ornamental confectionery. 1897. ill.- - - 64201 

- See also Cakes. 

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Confessions of a tradesman ; by F. T. Bullen. .... 104B7 

Confessions of an English opium-eater ; by T. De Quincey. - E1D1 

Confessions of an inquiring spirit ; by S. T. Coleridge. - - 24201 

Confessions of Con Cregan ; by C. Lever. 39 L 6 

Confessions of Harry Lorrequer ; by C. Lever. 2 copies. - - 39 LI 

Confidence ; by H. James. 7 J 6 

Confidential agent ; by J. Payn. 18P16 

Confucius. In Bernard (E. R.) Great moral teachers. 1906. bibl. 18001 

- In Dods (M.) Erasmus, and other essays. 1891. - - - E4D1 
Congo Free State. Morel (E. D.) Red rubber, the rubber slave 

trade. 1907. maps. 95904 

- Twain (Mark) King Leopold's soliloquy. 1907. ill. - - 95907 

" A [satirical] defence of his Congo rule." 

Congregationalism. For list of other sects, see Sects. 

- Dale (R. W.) English Congregationalism. 1907. bibl. - - 28504 
Congreve, Wm. In Thackeray (W. M. ) English humourists. 2 cop. 12T7 
Conic sections. For list of related subjects, see Geometry. 

- Bryan (G.H.) and Pinkerton (R. H.) Geometry of the conic. 1907.51312 

- Puckle (G. H.) Elementary treatise on conic sections. 1903. 51313 
Coningsby, or, the new generation ; by the Earl of Beaconsfield. 31 B8 
Conjuring. For list of other amusements, see Amusements. 

- Sachs (E. T.) Sleight of hand. 1900. ill. - 79101 
Conn (H. W.) The story of germ life, bacteria. 1899. ill. - 58901 

- The story of life's mechanism. 1899. ill. .... 57001 
Connaught. Armstrong (T.) My life in Connaught. 1907. ill. A221 

" With sketches of mission work in the west." 
Connecticut. Bacon (E. M. ) The Connecticut River and the 

valley of the Connecticut. 1906. ill. map. - - - 97317 

- Johnston (A.) Connecticut, a commonwealth-democracy. - 97301 
Connemara. Holding (T. H.) Cycle and camp [in Connemara]. ill. 79616 
Connor (Ralph) Black Rock, a tale of the Selkirks. - - 80 C 3 

- The doctor of Crows Nest. 80 C 2 

- The pilot at Swan Creek [and other stories]. 2 copies. - - 80 CI 

Breaking the record. Ould Michael. Beyond the marshes. 

- The prospector, a tale of the Crow's Nest Pass. - - - 80 C 4 

- The sky pilot, a tale of the foothills. 80 C 5 

Connor (W. J.) The stoker's catechism. 1906. - - - 62112 

Conquest of Canaan, a novel ; by B. Tarkington. - - - 2T2 

Conquest of Charlotte, a romance ; by D. S. Meldrum. - - 138 Ml 

Conrad (Joseph) Nostromo, a tale of the seaboard. - - - 81 C 3 

- Tales of unrest. - - - 81 C 2 

- and Hueffer (F. M.) The inheritors. 81C1 

Conscription. For list of related subjects, see Army. 

- Browne (E. C.) National service. 1904. ... 35511 
Conspirators, or, the Chevalier d'Har mental ; by A. Dumas. - 58D12 
Constable (F. C.) Morgan Hailsham, or, a curious month. - 83C1 

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Constantine XI. Mijatovich (C. ) Constantine, or, the conquest 

of Constantinople, A. D. 3453. 1892. blbl. port. ill. - 93902 

Constantinople. Houston (J. A. C.) The daughter of Leontius. 1894. 93906 
11 Byzantine life, social and religious, in the fifth century after Christ." 

- Mijatovich (C. ) Constantine, or, the conquest of Constantinople, 

a.d. 1453. 1892. bibl. ill. plan. 93902 

Constitution. See Great Britain, Constitution. 

Consuelo, a novel ; by George Sand. 15S2 

Consumption. For list of related subjects, see Disease. 

- Gibson (J. A.) Nordrach treatment for consumptives. 1904. 61605 

- Gill (F. P.) The sulphur treatment of consumption. 1906. - 61608 

- Tyndall (J.) The origin, propagation, and preventionof phthisis. 

In his New fragments. 1897. - - - - - - 50410 

Contagion. For lists of related subjects, see Disease. Health, Public. 

- McVail (J.) Prevention of infectious diseases. 1907. ill. - 61410 

- Marsden (R. W.) Management of commoner infections. 1906. 61602 
Contarini Fleming, a romance ; by the Farl of Beaconsfield. - 31 B 7 
Continent of opportunity [S. America]; by F. E. Clark. 1907. ill. 97803 
Continental outcast, poor law relief ; by W. and V. W. Carlile. 33120 
Contraband, or, a losing hazard; by G. J. Whyte Melville. - 79M1 
Contrabass. Kappey (J. A.) Tutor for bombardons and con- 
trabasses, fo. 78801 

Conversation. For related subjects, see Culture. 

- Au fait. The art of conversing. 1901. 37408 

- Stevenson (R. L. ) Talk and talkers. In his Memories. - - E1S4 

Convict ship ; by W. Clark Russell. 75R35 

Conway (Hugh) Called back. - - - - - - 84C2 

- Dark days. 84C1 

Coxway(MoncureD.) Autobiography, memories. 1904. 2 v. port. C311-2 

- Life of Nathaniel Hawthorne. 1895. H261 

Cook (Eliza) Poetical works. 1101C 

Cook (J. A. B.) Sunny Singapore, the place and people. 1907. ill. 95002 

Cook (James) Captain. Three voyages round the world, mem. 90824 
Cook, James, Capt. Kitson (A.) Captain Cook [a biography], port. C042 

Cook (William) The chess players' compendium. 1907. - - 79403 

Cooke (A. G.) Electric lighting. In Chemical technology, v. 4. 62430 

Cooke (A. H.) Molluscs. 1895. ill. 59402 

Cooke (Herbert O. S.) Success in the office. 1907. - - 65808 

Cooke (J. T.) Psychic and nervous forces. 1905. - - - 13406 

Cooke (John E.) Virginia, a history of the people. 1903. map. - 97305 

Cooke (Josiah P.) Scientific culture. 1876. .... 50703 

Cooke (Mordecai C.) Fresh-water alg?e. 1890. ill, - - 58905 

- A manual of botanic terms. 1876. ill. ----- 58004 
Cookery. For list of related subjects, see Domestic economy. 

- The art of cookery, and hints on carving. .... 64106 

- Beeton (Mrs. I.) All about cookery. 1907. col. ill. - - 64108 

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Cookery. Black (Mrs. M.) Household cookery. - - - 64107 

- Booth (A. M.) Simple cookery. 1906. 64112 

- De Salis (Mrs. H. A.) National viands, recipes. 1895. - - 64103 

- Senn (C. H. ) Breakfast and supper dishes. ... - 64101 

- See also Game. Oysters. Puddings. Savouries. Vegetables. 

Vegetarianism. 

Cooley (Thos. McI.) Michigan, a history of governments. 1905. 97302 
Coomassie. See Kumasi. 

Cooper (A. H.) The Norwegian fjords. 1907. col. ill. - - 94104 

Cooper (Arthur N. ) Quaint talks about long walks, port. ill. 91014 

- Round the home of a Yorkshire parson, port. ill. - - - 91713 

- The tramps of ' The walking parson.' 1905. port. ill. - 91012 

- With knapsack and note-book. 1906. port. ill. - - - 91015 
Cooper (Edward H.) Lord and Lady Aston, a novel. - - 86 CI 
Cooper (James Fenimore) Afloat and ashore, a sea tale. - - 88 C 11 

- Miles Wallingford, a sequel to " Afloat and ashore." - - 88 C 6 

- The bravo, a tale. 88C20 

- The crater, a tale of the Pacific. 88 C 2 

- The headsman, a tale. 88C12 

- The Heidenmauer, a legend of the Rhine. - - - - 88 C 13 

- Leather-stocking series : 

1. The Deerslayer, 88 C 5. 2. The last of the Mohicans, 88 C 9. 3. The 
Pathfinder, 88 C 4. 4. The pioneers. 88 C 3. 5. The prairie, 88 CIO. 

- Lionel Lincoln, or, the leaguer of Boston. - - - - 88 C 21 

- The oak openings, or, the bee-hunter. - - - - 88 C 14 

- The pilot, a tale of the sea. 2 copies. 88 C 7 

- Precaution, a novel. 88C24 

- The Red Rover. 88C15 

- Satanstoe, a tale of the colony. 88C23 

- The chainbearer [a continuation of "Satanstoe"]. - - - 88 C 22 

- The redskius [a continuation of " The chainbearer "]. - - 88C16 

- The sea lions, or, the lost sealers. 88 CI 

- The spy, a tale of the neutral ground. 88 C 8 

- The two admirals. 88C17 

- The water- witch. 88C19 

- Wyandotte, or, the hutted knoll. 88C18 

Cooper, James F. In Vincent (L. H. ) American literary masters. 81001 

Cooper (Thomas) Verity and value of the miracles of Christ. - 22717 

Cooper (W. R.) ed. " The Electrician" primers, v. 3. ill. - 62427 
Co-operation. For list of related subjects, see Political economy. 

- Aves (E.) Co-operative industry. 1907. .... 33403 

- In George (W. L.) Engines of social progress. 1907. - - 30411 

- Holyoake (G. J.) The history of co-operation. 1906. 2 v. ill. 33404-5 

- See also Building societies. Friendly societies. 

Cope (Edward A.) Pitman's Solicitor's clerk's guide. - - 34003 

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Coppee (Francois E. J.) Le luthier de Cremone [comedie] ; notes. 44819 

- Poesies choisies ; with notes. 1907. 'port. - - - - 44872 

- Le tresor [comedie] ; with notes. 1906. 44818 

Copper. For related subjects, see Founding. 

- Peters (E. D.) The principles of copper smelting. 1907. itt. 66907 

Copper princess, a story ; by K. Munroe. 124M1 

Copyright. For lists of related subjects, see Books. Law. 

- Alison (Sir A.) The copyright question. In his Essays, v. 2. E3A2 

- In Arnold (M.) Irish essays, and others. 1891. - - - E4A1 

- Hinkson (H. A.) Copyright law. 1903. 34707 

- In Spencer (H.) Various fragments. 1900. - - - - E 10 SI 
Corals. For related subjects, see Fossils. 

- Thomson (J.) The development of the corals of the carbon- 

iferous system of Scotland. 1883. ill. - 56303 
Corbett (Julian S. ) The capture of private property at sea. In 

Some neglected aspects of war. 1907. .... 17202 

CoRBiN (Diana F. M.) A life of Matthew F. Maury. 1S88. - M071 
Corea. See Korea. 

Corelli (Makie) ' Ardath,' the story of a dead self. - - - 91 CI 

- Barabbas, a dream of the world's tragedy. - - - 91 C 9 

- Cameos, short stories. 91C12 

- The master-Christian. 91 C10 

- The mighty atom. 91 C 2 

- A romance of two worlds. 91 C 3 

- The sorrows of Satan, a romance. 91C11 

- The soul of Lilith. - - 91 C 6 

- " Temporal power," a study in supremacy. .... 91C8 

- Thelma, a Norwegian princess. 91 C 4 

- Vendetta! or, the story of one forgotten. - - - 91 C 7 

- Wormwood, a drama of Paris. 91 C 5 

Corelli, Marie, writer and woman ; byT. F. G. CoatesandR.S. W. Bell. C 141 
Corinthians, Epistles to the. See Bible. 

CoPvKKAN (Henrjette) Oddities, others, and I. 1904. - - C3001 

Corleone, a tale of Sicily ; by F. M. Crawford. - 116 C10 

A sequel to " Don Orsino," 116 C 12. 

Corn of heaven [sermons] ; by H. Macmillan. 1901. - - - 25207 

Cornaro (Luigi) Methods of attaining a long healthful life. - 61317 

Cornford (Leslie C.) Essay-writing for schools. 1904. - - 42806 

Cornwallis, Marquis. In Morris (H.) Governors-general, v. 1. - 99823 
Corot, Jean B. C. ; by J. W. Mollett. In his Painters of 

Barbizon, v. 2. 1890. bill. port. ill. .... 99717 
Correspondence. See Commercial correspondence. Letter-writing. 

Corson (Hiram) Introduction to study of Shakespeare. 1907. 82509 
Corunna. In Fitchett (\V. H.) Fights for the flag. 1904. plan. 91409 

Corvin (Otto) In France with the Germans. 187*2. 2 v. - 93118 9 
Cory. William. Paol(H.W.) Authorof "Ionica." Inhis Stray leaves. El PI 

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Cosh (T. R.) Ethical teaching of Carlyle in " Sartor resartus."- 82718 

Cosmology. See Universe. 

Cosmos, a physical description of the universe ; by Baron von 

Humboldt. 1899-1901. 5 v. 50002-6 

Cossacks, a tale ; by Count Tolstoy. 35T3 

Costello (Louisa S.) ed. The rose garden of Persia [poetry]. - 89102 
Costume. For list of related subjects, see Customs. 

- Planche (J. R.) British costume [to 1800]. 1900. bill. ill. - 39101 
Cotes (Mrs. Everard) A social departure [a journey round the 

world]. 1893. ill. 90814 

- The pool in the desert [and other stories]. - - - 97 CI 

Cottages. Duncan (J. H. E. ) Country cottages and week-end 

homes. 1906. ill. - - - - - - - - 72801 

- Leith (E. S.) The book of the country cottage. 1904. ill. - 72802 
Cottenham, Lord. In Atlay (J. B.) Victorian chancellors, v. 1. 99820 
Cotterill (C. C.) Human justice for those at the bottom. 1907. 30112 

" An appeal to those at the top." 

Cotterill (James H. ) Applied mechanics. 1900. - - - 62014 
Cottox (Charles) joint-author. See Waltox(Izaac). 

Cotton (John) Beautiful birds described. 3 v. ill. - - - 59814-6 
Cotton. For lists of related subjects, see Agriculture. Textiles. 

- Beech (F.) The dyeing of cotton fabrics. 1901. - - - 66707 

- Burkett (C. W.) and Poe (C. H.) Cotton. - 1906. ill. - - 63301 

" Cultivation, marketing, manufacture, and problems of the cotton world." 

- Cotton spinning. In Cassell's Technical educator, v. 1-4. ill. 60306-9 

- Flatters (A.) The cotton plant. 1906. 63303 

- Helm (E.) The cotton industry. In British industries. 1907. 33804 

- Holmes (J.) Calculations in cotton weaving. 1903. - - 67719 

- Sansone (A.) The printing of cotton fabrics. 1901. ill. - 66709 

- Taggart (W. S.) Cotton spinning. 1902-5. 3 v. ill. - -67714-6 

- Wilkinson (F.) The story of the cotton plant. 1898. ill. - 67701 

- Winterbottom (J.) Cotton spinning calculations and yarn 

costs. 1907. ill. - 67731 

- Young (T. M.) The American cotton industry. 1902. - - 67726 
Couch (Arthur T. Quiller) Adventures in criticism. 1896. - E2C1 

Chaucer. "The passionate pilgrim." Shakespeare's Lyrics. Scott and 
Burns. R. L. Stevenson. J. Davidson. Mrs. M. L. Woods. [Etc.] 

- Historical tales from Shakespeare. 1905. ill. - - - 82502 

- The astonishing history of Troy Town. 99 C 3 

- Dead Man's Rock, a romance. 99 CI 

- The delectable duchy, stories. 99 C10 

- Hetty Wesley [a novel]. - - - - - - - - 99C4 

- 1 saw three ships, and other winter tales. - - - 99 C 8 

The haunted dragoon. A blue pantomime. The two householders. 
The disenchantment of 'Lizabeth. 

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- The laird's luck, and other fireside tales. .... 99C5 

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- Shining Ferry. 99C12 

- The ship of stars. 99 C 9 

- Sir John Constantine, his adventures. 99C11 

- The splendid spur, adventures of John Marvel. - - - 99 C 2 
Counsel for the young [Christian life] ; by M. Creighton. 1905. 17108 
Count Alarcos, a tragedy ; by the Earl of Beaconsfield. - - 31 B 2 
Count Antonio, Chronicles of ; by Anthony Hope. - - 82 H 3 
Count Hannibal, a romance ; by S. J. Weyman. - - - 45 W 15 
Count of Monte Cristo [a romance] ; by A. Dumas. 3 copies. - 58 D 9 
Count Robert of Paris [a romance] ; by Sir TV. Scott. 3 copies. 35S24 
Counterpoint. For list of other subjects in music, see Music. 

- Kitson (C. H.) The art of counterpoint. 1907. mus. - - 78101 

- Lewis (J. H.) Double counterpoint and canon. 1S95. mus. - 78108 

- Macfarren (Sir G. A.) Counterpoint. 1S95. mus. - - 78111 
Countess de Charny ; by A. Dumas. - - - - - 58 D 5 

"A sequel to 'Taking the Bastile,' " 58D14. 

Countess Kate ; by C. M. Yonge. 2Y10 

Countess of Mountenoy [a novel] ; by John Strange Winter. - 73W1 

Countess of Rudolstadt ; by George Sand. 15S3 

" A sequel to ' Consuelo,' " 15 S 2. 

Country bunch ; by Mrs. H. E. Dudeney. 57D2 

Country gentleman and his family ; by Mrs. M. O. TV. Oliphant. 6 014 

Country life. Edwardes (T.) An idler in the wilds. 1906. ill. 50414 

- Jefferies (R. ) Round about a great estate. 1903. - - - 50418 

- Sofners (P.) Pages from a country diary. 190-1. ill. - - 50415 
Couplaxd (William C.) ed. Thoughts and aspirations. 1895.- 20801 
Courier of fortune ; by A. \Y. Marchmont. .... 47M2 
Courlaxder (Alphoxse) Seth of the cross. - - - - 156 CI 
Course of true love never did run smooth ; by C. Reade. - - 16R1 

Court cards, a romance ; by Austin Clare. 50 C 3 

Court Netherleigh, a novel ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. - 10W37 

Courtney (John) The boilermakers ready-reckoner. 190*2. - 62139 

Cousin Mary [a story]; by Mrs. M. O. W. Oliphant. - - 6 05 

Cousins (W. E.) Madagascar, history and prospects. 1S95. ill. 96201 

Couture (Thomas) Conversations on art methods. 1879.- - 75101 

Couvreur (Mme. Jessie) A knight of the white feather. - - 161 CI 

Cowper (H. S. ) The hill of the graces [Tripoli]. 1S97. ill. map. 95601 

Cow per (William) Poetical works. mem. .... 301C 

- Selections. In English poets, v. 3. 1904. mem. - - - 82223 
Cowper, William. />iBagehot (W.) Literary studies, v. 1. 1898. E5B1 

- In Birrell (A.) Collected essays, v. 2. 190'2. .... E1B2 

- In Shorter (C. K.) Immortal memories. 1907. - - - E6S1 

- Stephen (Sir L.) Cowper and Rousseau. In Hours in a library. E4S2 

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Cowtan (Robert) Memories of the British Museum. 1872. - 02701 

Cox's diary ; by W. M. Thackeray. 1905. ill. 2 copies. - 82811 

Crabbe (George) Poems, a selection, mem. port. ill. - - 1401 C 

Crabbe, George. In Saintsbury (G. E. B.) Essays, v. 1. 1896. - 82103 

- In Shorter (C. K.) Immortal memories. 1907. - - - E6S1 

- In Stephen (Sir L.) Hours in a library, v. 2. 1899. - - E4S2 
Cracknell (A. G.) joint-author. See Workman (W. P.) 
Craddock (Charles Egbert) The storm centre, a novel. - - 107C1 
Cradock Nowell, a tale of the New Forest ; by R. D. Blackmore. 63 Bl 
Craig (W. H.) Life of Lord Chesterfield. 1907. ill. - - C331 
Craig (William Y.) Man and Christian civilization. 1906. - 30103 
Craigie (Mrs. Pearl M. T.) Letters from a silent study. 1904. E5C1 

- Love and the soul hunters. 109 C 2 

- The vineyard. ---------- 109 CI 

Craik (Mrs. Dinah M. ) Studies from life. E3C1 

Old stones [Stonehenge]. Going - out to play. "Want something to read." 
War-sparkles [Crimea]. Poor people's children. Literary ghouls. The man 
of men ["Sir Charles Grandison"] according to our great-grandmothers. [Etc.] 

- A woman's thoughts about women. 39601 

- Agatha's husband, a novel. 110C14 

- A brave lady. - HOC 4 

- Christian's mistake. HOC 8 

- Hannah. HOC 16 

- The head of the family, a novel. 110 CI 

- John Halifax, gentleman. - HOC 9 

- The laurel bush, an old-fashioned love story. - HOC 13 

- A life for a life. - 110C6 

- Mistress and maid. HOC 7 

- My mother and I, a girl's love story. HOC 3 

-A noble life. - - - HOC 5 

- The Ogil vies, a novel. - - HOC 12 

- Olive, a novel. - HOC 15 

- The woman's kingdom, a love story. HOC 11 

- Young Mrs. Jardine. - - - 110 C10 

Craik (George L.) The English of Shakespeare. 1857.- - 82511 

- Manual of English literature and language. - 82010 
Crane (Stephen) and Barr (R.) The O'Ruddy, a romance. - 113 CI 
Cranes. Marks (E. C. R.) The construction of craues. 1904. ill. 62302 
Cranford, and other tales; by Mrs. E. C. Gaskell. - - 10 G 3 
Cranmer, Thomas, Archbp. In Innes ( A. D. ) Tudor statesmen, port. 99822 
Crashaw (Richard) English poems; ed. by E. Hutton. mem. - 801 C 
Crater, a tale of the Pacific ; by J. F. Cooper. - - - - 88 C 2 
Crawford (Francis Marion) Gleanings from Venetian history. 

1905. 2 v. ill. - 93701-2 

- Cecilia, a story of modern Rome. 116 C 5 

- The children of the king, a tale. 116 C 16 

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Crawford (Francis Marion) Doctor Claudius, a true story. - 116 C 6 

- In the palace of the king, a story. ------ 116C4 

- Khaled, a tale of Arabia. 116C2 

- Marzio's crucifix. 116 C 3 

- Mr. Isaacs, a tale of modern India. 116 CI 

-PaulPatoff. 116 C 13 

- Pietro Ghisleri. 116 C 18 

- A Roman singer. 116 C 9 

- Saracinesca. 116 C19 

- Sant' Ilario [a sequel to " Saracinesca "]. - - - - 116 C 11 

- Don Orsino [a sequel to " Sant' Ilario"]. - 116 C 12 

- Corleone [a sequel to " Don Orsino "]. 116 CIO 

- A tale of a lonely parish. - 116 C 7 

- Via crucis, a romance of the second crusade. - 116 C 17 

- Whosoever shall offend. 116 C 20 

- The witch of Prague, a fantastic tale. 116 C 15 

- With the immortals. 116 C 14 

- Zoroaster [a novel]. - 116 C 8 

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Curtis (Edward) Nature and health. 1906. - 61322 

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- Turning points of church history. 1893. .... 27006 
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- In Duckworth (H. T. F.) Some pages of Levantine history. - 94411 

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Davison (Chas.) and Richards (C. H.) Plane geometry. 1907. 51309 

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Defoe (Daniel) Journal of the plague year [1665]. - - - 91714 

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De Haven (Audrey) The scarlet cloak. 75 Dl 

Deissmann (Adolf) New light on the New Testament. 1907. 22610 

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- Louis XL, tragedie ; with notes. 1894. .... 44823 
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Delhi. In Gilliat (E.) The romance of modern sieges. 190S. ill. 90405 
Delitzsch (F.) Commentary on Epistle to the Hebrews. 2 v. 22804-5 

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Demaus (R.) William Tyndale, a biography. .... T121 
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Denison, Edward. Green (J. R) A brother of the poor. 

Stray studies, v. 1. 1892. .... 
Denmark. Thomas (M.) Denmark past and present. 1902. 
Denney (James) The atonement and the modern mind. 
Dennis (John) On the genius and writings of Shakespear, 1711. 

In Eighteenth century essays on Shakespeare. 1903. - 82505 

Dennys (Edward N.) The alpha [Spiritualism], port. - - 28903 
Dent (W. Y.) and others. Lighting. In Chemical technology, ill. 66505 

Dent's First Spanish book ; by F. R. Robert. 1906. ill. - 46801 

Denyer (C. H. ) and others. Science in public affairs. 1906. - 30412 

Departmental ditties, and other verses; by R. Kipling. 1904. 403 K 

De Quincey (Thomas) Confessions of an English opium-eater. - E1D1 
The rosicrucians and freemasons. Analects from Richter. [Etc.] 

De Quincey, Thomas. In Saintsbury (G. E. B.) Essays, v. 1. 1896. 82103 

- In Stephen (Sir L.) Hours in a library, v. 1. 1899. - - E4S1 
Derrick Vaughan, novelist ; by Edna Lyall. - 67L13 
Derval Hampton, a story of the sea; by J. Grant. - - - 51G10 
De Salis (Mrs. Harriet A.) Dressed game and poultry. 1897. 64105 

- Drinks for every season. 1892. 64301 

- Gardening, vegetables. 1895. 63501 

- National viands, recipes. 1895. - 64103 

- Oysters, ways of cooking. 1888. ------ 64104 

Descartes, Rene [life and philosophy] ; by J. P. Mahaffy. 1901. 19404 

Descent of man ; by C. Darwin. 1901. ill. - - - - 57528 

Descent of man, and other stories ; by E. Wharton. - - - 46 Wl 
Deschanel(Augustin P.) Natural philosophy. 1902-4. 4 v. ill. 

1. Mechanics, hydrostatics, and pneumatics, 53002. 2. Heat, 53601. 3. 
Electricity, 53702. 4. Sound and light, 53401. 

Design. For list of other branches of art, see Arts, Fine. 

- Day (L. F.) Pattern design. 1903. ill. - 74002 

"The anatomy, planning, and evolution of repeated ornament." 

- Jackson (F. G.) Lessons on decorative design. 1905. ill. - 74501 

- Sturgis (R.) Interdependence of the arts of design. 1905. - 74504 

- See also Alphabets. Illuminating. Paperhanging. Textiles. 
Desmoulins, Camille. In Sainte-Beuve (C. A.) Essays, v. 2. - E11S2 
Desnoyers (Louis) Les mesa ventures de Jean-Paul Choppart. - 29 Dl 
Desperate remedies, a novel ; by T. Hardy. - - - - 21 H 11 
Despotism. In [Helps (Sir A.)] Friends in council, v. 2. 1894. E6H2 

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D'Este (Mabgaret) With a camera in Majorca. 1907. M. - 93416 
Destiny. For list of related subjects, see Philosophy. 

- Avebury (Lord) Destiny of man. In his Pleasures of life. - E2A1 

- Maeterlinck (M.) The star. In his Treasure of the humble. - E8M2 
Destiny, or, the chief's daughter ; by S. E. Ferrier. - - - 13 F 3 
De Tabley, Lord. In Gosse (E. \V.) Critical kit-kats. 1S96. - E6G1 
Deuteronomy. See Bible. 

Deutsch (Leo) Sixteen years in Siberia. 1905. port. ill. - 95403 

Deux amis ; par E. Richebourg ; with notes. 1897. - - - 44843 

Deux sourds [comedie] ; par J. Moinaux ; with notes. 1901. - 44824 

Devey (Louisa) Life of Rosina, Lady Lytton. 1887. - - LIU 

Devil's due, a romance ; by G. B. Burgin. 109 B 2 

Devine (Edward T.) The principles of relief. 1904. - - 33904 

De Vinnb (Theodore L.) and others. The building of a book. - 65504 

Devon. Snell (F. J.) North Devon. 1906. col. ill. - - - 91719 

Devonshire, 8th Duke of, a biography ; by H. Leach. 1904. port. D161 

Dewsxup (Ernest R.) The housing problem in England. 1907. 33110 

Dexter (Edwix G.) Weather influences. 1901. - - - 57303 

Dexter (Jos. S.) Exercises on sound, light, and heat. 1901. ill. 53605 

Dialstone Lane ; by W. W. Jacobs. 4J5 

Diamond necklace. In Carlyle (T.) Essays, v. 5. - - - E1C5 

Diana and destiny ; by C. Garvice. 93G4 

Diana of the Crossways, a novel ; by G. Meredith. - • - - 82 M 3 

Diana Tempest [a novel] ; by M. Cholmondeley. - - 45 C 2 

Diary, and other tales ; by F. Bremer. 86 B 3 

Diary of a freshman ; by C. M. FJandrau. 27 Fl 

Diary of a goose girl ; by K. D. Wiggin. 55 W 8 

Diary of a late physician ; by S. Warren. 23 Wl 

Diary of a pilgrimage ; by J. K. Jerome. - - - - 16 J 5 
Diaz de la Pena, Narcisso V. ; bv J. W. Mollett. In his Painters 

of Barbizon, v. 1. 1890. bill. port, ill.- - - - 99716 

Dibdix (James C.) Scottish Border life, sketches. - - - 28D1 

Dibdin (W. J.) Photometry. In Chemical technology, v. 4. 62430 

Dicey (Albert V.) Law and public opinion in England. 19«)5. 34002 

Dick, Robert, geologist and botanist ; by S. Smiles. 190o. port. ill. D061 

Dick (Thomas) Philosophy of a future state. .... 23703 

Dick, the faithful, a novel ; by John Strange Winter. - - 73 W 2 

Dickens (Charles) American notes. Reprinted pieces. 2 cop. 97201 

- A child's history of England, ill. 2 copies. - 91326 

- Letters, 1833-70. 1880. 2 v. D044-5 

- Barnaby Rudge, a tale of the riots of 'eighty. 3 copies. - 30 D 4 

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Mugby Junction. No thoroughfare. [Etc.] 

- David Copperfield. 4 copies. 30D9 

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Master Humphrey's clock. Hunted down. Holiday romance. George 
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- Great expectations. 3 copies. SOD 14 

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Dickens, Charles. In Bagehot (W.) Literary studies, v. 2. 1902. E5B2 

- Fitzgerald (P. H.) Life of Dickens in his writings. 2 v. port. D042-3 

- Forster (J. ) The life of Charles Dickens, port. ill. - - D041 

- Williams (M.) The Dickens concordance. 1907. - - - 82607 
Dickens (Mary A.) A valiant ignorance, a novel. - - - 31D1 

Dickie (William) Life's ideals. 1907. 17128 

Dickson (J.) Emeralds chased in gold, islands of the Forth. 1899. 92008 
Dictionaries of languages, see under Language ; dictionaries of special sub- 
jects, as of Bible, Shorthand, see under those words respectively. 

Diderot (Denis) (Euvres choisies. 2 v. mem. - - - 84805-6 

1. Romans et contes. Morceaux divers. 2. Le neveu de Raineau. 
Salons. Correspondance. Anecdotes et pensees detachees. 

Diderot, Denis. In Carlyle (T) Essays, v. 5. - E1C5 

- In Sainte-Beuve (C. A.) Essays, v. 2. 1901. port. - - E11S2 
Diehl (Mrs. Alice M.) Bread upon the waters, a novel. - - 33 Dl 
Dies. Woodworth (J. V.) Dies, construction and use. 1907. ill. 62307 
Diet. See Food. 

Difficult way ; by Mrs. M. Dearmer. 77D1 

Digestion. For lists of related subjects, see Disease. Physiology. 

- Gillespie (A. L.) Natural history of digestion. 1898. ill. - 61206 

- Saundby (R. ) Diseases of the digestive system. 1906. - - 61607 
Dilke (Sir Charles W.) Greater Britain, travel [1868]. 1907. 90822 
Dillmont (Therese de) Encyclopedia of needlework, ill. - 74604 
Dimock (Arthur) The cathedral church of Southwell, jjlan. - 72601 

Dinkinbar ; by H. C. Macllwaine. 16M1 

Diplomate, comedie ; par E. Scribe et J. F. C. Delavigne ; notes. 44812 

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'Discovery.' Scott (R. F. ) The voyage of the 'Discovery' 

[Antarctic]. 1907. 2 v. ill. map*. .... 99405-6 
Disease. For list of related subjects, see Medicine. 

- Gairdner (Sir W. T. ) The progress of pathological science. In 

his Physician as naturalist. 1889. 61002 

- See also Bacteria. Consumption. Contagion. Digestion. Electrolysis. 

Eye. Insanity. Plague. Sleeping sickness. 
Disestablishment. See Church and state. 

Disinherited ; by M. M. Black. 61B1 

Disraeli (Benjamin). See Beaconsfield (B. Disraeli, Earl of). 
Distillation. See Alcohol. 

Ditchfield (John E. W.) Fishers of men [home mission work]. 25603 

Ditchfield (P. H.) The cathedrals of Great Britain. 1894. ill. 72606 

- The story of our English towns. 1907. 91609 

Divided house, a study from life ; by A. S. Swan. - - - 148 S 8 

Divorce. Post (L. F. ) Ethical principles of marriage and divorce. 17310 

Dix (Beulah M.) The fair maid of Graystones. - 34D1 

Dixon (Charles) Among the birds in northern shires. 1900. ill. 59812 

Dixon (Ella H.) One doubtful hour, and other [stories]. - - 36 Dl 

Dixon (Richard W.) Last poems. 1905. port. - - - 401D 

Dixon (William M.) A primer of Tennyson. 1901.- - - 82411 
Dobson (Edward) and Allen (J. P. ) The art of building. 1901. ill. 69008 

Dobson (Henry Austin) Collected poems. 1905. port. - - 901 D 

- Side- walk studies [essays]. 1902. ill. E2D1 

Mrs. Woffington. St. James's Park. The Covent-Gardeu Journal. 
Dr. Johnson's haunts and habitations. Titled authors of the eighteenth 
century. Story of the 'Spectator.' Walk from Fulham to Chiswick. [Etc.] 

Docteur Matheus ; par E. Erckmann et A. Chatrian ; with notes. 44869 

Dr. Breen's practice, a novel ; by W. D. Howells. - - - 97H1 

Doctor Claudius, a true story ; by F. M. Crawford. - - - 116 C 6 

Doctor Cupid, a novel ; by R. Broughton. - - - - 97 B 5 

Doctor Lavendar's people ; by M. Deland. - - - 26 Dl 

Doctor of Crows Nest ; by Ralph Connor. 80 C 2 

Doctor of the old school ; by J. Watson. - - - - - 28 W 6 

Reprinted from " Beside the bonnie brier bush,'' 28 W 4. 
Dr. Syntax [a poem] ; by [W. Combe]. 3 v. col. ill. - - 1301-3 C 

Doctor Therne [a novel] ; by H. Rider Haggard. - - - 3H21 

Dr. Wynne's revenge ; by W. Westali. 41 W 3 

Dodd (Anna B. ) Falaise, the town of the Conqueror. 1901. ill. 93305 
Dodd (J. T.) Administrative reform and the Local Government 

Board. 1906. 35203 

Doddridge (Philip) Religion in the soul, addresses. 1892. - 24302 
Dodds, Alfred A. ,Gen. Sanderson (E. ) General Doddsand Dahomey. 

In his Heroes of pioneering. 190S. ill. - 90606 

Dods (Marcus) Erasmus, and other essays. 1891. - - - E4D1 
Christian element in Plato. Hippolytus's Homily against: Xoetus. 

Clement of Alexandria and his apologetic. Frederick D. Maurice. Confucius. 

Christianity and civilisation on preaching. Marcus Aurelius. 

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Dog. For list of other domestic animals, see Domestic animals. 

- Barton (F. T.) Non-sporting dogs. 1905. ill. - - - 63605 

- Brown (J.) Rab and his friends, and other papers.- - - E2B4 

- Lane (C. H.) Dog shows and doggy people. 1902. ill.- - 63613 

- Sewell (A. J.) The dog's medical dictionary. 1907. ill. - 61903 

- Slaughter (F.) The one dog and the other, canine character. 63616 

- Smith (C. E.) My dog is sick. 1907. 61901 

- Stevenson (R. L.) The character of dogs. In his Memories. - E1S4 
Dog fiend, or, Snarleyyow ; by Captain F. Marryat. - - - 52 M 5 
Dogma. See Theology. 

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Dolet, Etienne, a biography ; by R. C. Christie. 1899. bibl. port. D091 
Dollinger (John J. I.) The Gentile and the Jew. 1906. 2 v. 29001-2 

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Doman (W. ) The production and use of acetylene gas. 1902. ill. 66507 
Dombey and Son ; by C. Dickens. 3 copies. - - - 30 D 8 

Domestic animals. For list of related subjects, see Agriculture. 

- Benson (M.) Subject to vanity. 1895. ill. - 63606 

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- Wilcox (E. V.) Farm animals. 1907. ill. - 63608 

- See also Birds. Cat. Dog. Ferret. Horse. Poultry. Rabbit. 
Domestic economy. For list of other useful arts, see Arts, Useful. 

- Barnett (Mrs. S. A.) The making of the home. 1905. - - 64008 

- Creighton (L.) The economics of the household. 1907. - - 64010 

Domestic economy and the social problems with which the subject is 
concerned. 

- [Philp (R. K.)] The domestic world, a guide. .... 64009 

- See also Confectionery. Cookery. Dressmaking. Fruit. Laundry. 

Needlework. 
Don Basilio ; por J. Schilling ; with notes. 1907. - - - 46804 
Don Orsino [a novel] ; by F. M. Crawford. - - - - 116 C 12 

A sequel to " Sant Ilario," 116 C 11. 
Don Quixote, Adventures of; by M. de Cervantes. - - - 34 CI 
Donal Grant ; by G. MacDonald. 10 M 7 

A sequel to " Sir Gibbie," 10 M 3. 

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Donne, John. In Walton (I.) Lives. 1884. bibl. - - - 99813 
Donovan, a modern Englishman ; by Edna Lyall. - - - 67 L 6 
Donovan Pasha, and some people of Egypt ; by Sir G. Parker. - 8P12 
Doolittle (Wm. H.) Inventions in the [19th] century. 1903.- 60806 

Doom Castle, a romance ; by Neil Munro. 123 M 6 

Doreen, the story of a singer ; by Edna Lyall. ... - 67L10 
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Double thread ; by E. T. Fowler. 45F1 

Doubling of Joseph Brereton ; by W. R. Hodder. - - 68 HI 
Do ughty (Charles M.) The dawn in Britain [a poem]. 1906. 6v.301-6D 
Douglas (Carstairs C.) Laws of health, school hygiene. 1907.- 37105 
Douglas(Chas. M.) and Jones (H.) Scottish education reform. 1903. 37902 

Douglas (Elizabeth) The pudding and pastry book. - - 64204 

Douglas (Hugh A.) Venice on foot. ill. maps. - - - 93707 

Douglas (Theo) Three mysteries. 48D1 

Douglas, House of. Fitzgerald (P. H.) Lady Jean, the romance 

of the great Douglas cause. 1904. port. ill. - - - D151 

Dove in the eagle's nest ; by C. M. Yonge. - - - 2Y34 

Dowie (Menie M.) Love and his mask. 49 Dl 

Do wling (Richard) The fate of Luke Ormerod. - - 76 Dl 

Down Dartmoor way [stories] ; by E. Phillpotts. - - - 41 PI 

Downfall, a story ; by E. Zola. 6Z1 

Downing Street [and] New Downing Street ; by T. Carlyle. 

In his Latter-day pamphlets. - - - - - - El C10 

Dowsox (J. E.) and Larter (A. T.) Producer gas. 1907. ill. - 66501 
Doyle (Sir Arthur Conan) The great Boer war. 1903. maps. 96409 

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- Middleton (('I. A. T.) Drainage of town and country houses. 1903. 62802 
Drake, Sir Francis. Bedford (Sir F. G. D.) Drake, In From 

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- In Alison (Sir A.) Essays, v. 2, 3. 1850. 



Literature, 
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- Walkley (A. B.) Drama and life. 1907. ... 

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Draper (John W. ) Conflict between religion and science. 1904. 21502 

Drapery. Noetzli (E.) Practical drapery cutting. 1906. ill. - 69805 

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Draughts. For list of other games, see Games. 

- Anderson (A. ) The game of draughts simplified, ill. - - 79401 
Drawbridge (C. L.) Religious education, to improve it. 1906. 37701 
Drawing. For list of other branches of art, see Arts, Fine. 

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- Harper (C. G.) A practical handbook of drawing. 1901. ill. 74102 

"For modern methods of reproduction." 

- Ruskin (J.) The elements of drawing. 1904. ill. - - - 74006 

- See also Anatomy, Artistic. Brushwork. Engineering. 

Dream ; by E. Zola. 6Z2 

Dreams. Brown (J.) 'In clear dream and solemn vision.' In his 

Horae subsecivse, v. 3. E2B3 

- In Stevenson (R. L.) Across the plains [etc.] 1905. - - E1S2 
Dreaper (W. P.) The chemistry and physics of dyeing. 1906. 66711 
Dresser (Horatio W.) The greatest truth, discourses. 1907. - 23011 
Dressmaking. For list of related subjects, see Domestic economy. 

- Browne (M. P.) Dress-cutting, drafting [etc.] 1902. ill. - 64602 

- See also Cutting- out. Millinery. 

Drewitt's dream ; by W. L. Alden. 20 A 1 

Dreyfus, Alfred. Steevens (G. W.) Dreyfus case. In Things seen. E2S1 

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Drink question. See Temperance. 

Drinks. See Beverages. 

Driver (Samuel R.) The literature of the Old Testament. 1905. 22211 

Drummond (Hamilton) The Beaufoy romances. - - - 54D1 

Drummond (Henry) The ascent of man. 1904. - - - 57503 

- Natural law in the spiritual world. 1905. .... 21503 
Drummond, Henry. Finlayson (T. C.) Biological religion. 1895. 21509 

" A criticism of Drummond's ' Natural law in the spiritual world. ' " 

- Moore (A. L.) Drummond's "Natural law in the spiritual 

world." In his Science and the faith, essays. 1893. - 23909 

- Smith (G. A.) The life of Henry Drummond. 1905. port. - D051 
Drunkenness. See Temperance. 

Drury (William P. ) The tadpole of an archangel. The petrified 

eye, and other nayal stories. ------ 74D1 

Dryad ; by J. H. McCarthy. 5 Ml 

Dryden (John) Poetical works, mem. - - - - 201 D 

Dry den, John. In Collins (J. C.) Essays and studies. 1895. - E4C1 

- In Hazlitt (W.) Lectures on the English poets. 1884. - - 82004 

- In Lowell (J. R.) My study windows. E1L1 

Drysdale (A. H.) Epistle of St. Paul to Philemon. 1906. - 22801 
Dublin. Falkiner (Sir F. R.) Hospital and Free School of 

Charles II., Dublin. 1906. 37904 

11 With notices of its governors, and of Dublin from 1668 to 1S40." 

Dubois (J. A.) Hindu manners, customs, ceremonies. 1906. mem. 94720 
Dubois, Pierre. Powicke (F. M.) Pierre Dubois, a mediaeval 

radical. In Historical essays. 1907. bibl. - - - 90406 

Du Boisgobey (Fortune) Margot la Balafree. - - - - 55 Dl 

Duchesne (L.) The churches separated from Rome. 1907. - 28001 

Duckworth (H. T. F.) Some pages of Levantine history, ill. map. 94411 

Duckworth (Lawrence) An encyclopaedia of marine law. 1907. 34701 

Dudeney (Mrs. Henry E.) A country bunch. - 57D2 

- Gossips Green. 57 Dl 

Duel ; by R. Marsh. 54M1 

Duerr (G.) and Turnbull (W.) Bleaching, calico-printing. 1S96. 66702 

Duet, with an occasional chorus ; by Sir A. Conan Doyle. - 51D13 

Duff, Alexander. In Holcomb (H. H.) India missions. 1901. ill. 99815 

Duff (Archibald) ed. Esdras 1. -II. ; with notes. (Temple Bible). 22506 

Duff (H. L.) Nyasaland under the Foreign Office. 1906. ill. map. 95905 
Dufferin and Ava, Marquis of. Black (C. E. D.) The Marquess 

of Dufferin and Ava [a biography]. 1903. bibl. port. ill. D081 

- Lyall (Sir A. C.) Life of Marquis of Dufferin and Ava. 2 v. ill. D082-3 

Dufferin's Keep ; by E. E. Green. 60G3 

DuGueselin, Bertrand; par E. de Bonnechose; notes. 1896. 2 v. 44877-8 

Duguid (Charles) The story of the stock exchauge. 1901. ill. 33206 

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- Vicomte de Bragelonne [sequel to "Twenty years after "]. 2 copies. 58 D 8 

- The whites and the blues. 58D16 

- The companions of Jehu [sequel to "The whites and the blues"]. 58D19 
Dumas, Alexandre. Davidson (A. F. ) Dumas, life and works, bibl. ill. D131 

- Miltoun (F.) Dumas' Paris, port. ill. maps.- 
Du Maurier (George) The Martian, a novel. - - - - 
Dumb-bells. Betts (J. B.) Gymnastics and dumb-bell drill, ill. 
Dumont (Pierre E. L.) The great Frenchman [Mirabeau] and 

the little Genevese. 1904. port. ill. ....... 

Dumville (Benj. ) French pronunciation and diction. 1904. - 
Dunbar (William) Poems, adapted for modern readers. - 
Duncan (Edmonstoune) Story of minstrelsy. 1907. ill. mus. 
Duncan (J. H. E. ) Country cottages and week-end homes. 1906. ill. 
Duncan (Richard) ed. The literary history of Glasgow. 1886. 
Duncan (Robert K.) The chemistry of commerce. 1907. ill. - 
Duncan (Sara J.) See Cotes (Mrs. Everard). 
Dundee, Viscount. See Graham, John, Viscount Dundee. 
Dunfermline. Reid (A.) and Kirk (W.) Dunfermline. 1907. ill. 

- Thomson (D.) The weavers' craft, a history of the Weavers' 

Incorporation of Dunfermline. 1903. ill. 

- Whitehouse (J. H. ) Problems of a provincial town. 1905. ill. 
Dunlop (Robert) Daniel O'Connell and the revival of national 

life in Ireland. 1900. ill. 

- Some aspects of Henry VIII. 's Irish policy. In Essays. 1907. 
Dunn (J. P.) Indiana, a redemption from slavery. 1905. map. 
[Dunne (Finley P.)] Mr. Dooley's philosophy. 1903. ill. 
Dunning (William A.) A history of political theories. 1905. - 
Dunphie (Charles J.) Many-coloured essays. 1906. 

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Dunraven (Earl of) The outlook in Ireland, devolution. 1907. 92608 

Dunton, John. In Knight (C.) Shadows of the old booksellers. 99712 

Dunton (Theodore Watts) The coming of love, and other poems. 701 D 

- Aylwin [a novel]. 62 Dl 

Dupre, Jules ; by J. W. Mollett. In his Painters of Barbizon, 

v. 2. 1890. bibl. port. ill. 99717 

Due and (Ella R., Lady) Tour in western Persia. 1902. ill. map. 94602 

Durham (M. E.) The burden of the Balkans. 1905. port. ill. map. 93903 
Dutch language. See Language, Dutch. 

Duthie (Arthur L.) Practical church decoration. 1907. ill.- 69807 

Dutton (Clarence E. ) Earthquakes. 1904. ill. - - - 55116 
Duty. For list of related subjects, see Ethics. 

- Avebury (Lord) Happiness of duty. In his Pleasures of life. E2A1 

- Smiles (S.) Duty. 1905. ill. 17003 

Duveyrier (Anne H. J. et C. ) Michel Perrin, comedie ; with notes. 44810 

Dvorak (Antonin) Sixteen songs, fo. mus. • 78415 

Dwellers by the river; by Mrs. C. Praed. ----- 54P1 
Dyeing. For lists of related subjects, see Chemical technology. Textiles. 

- Dreaper (W. P.) The chemistry and physics of dyeing. 1906. 66711 

- Dyeing of textile fabrics. inCassell'sTechnicaleducator, v. 1-6. 60306-11 

- Fraps (G. S.) Principles of dyeing. 1903. ill. - - - 66701 

- Georgievics (G. von) Chemistry of dye-stuffs. 1903. - - 66706 

- Higgins (S. H.) Dyeing in Germany and America. 1907. - 66714 

- Hummel (J. J.) Dyeing of textile fabrics. 1906. ill. - - 66713 
Mordants, methods, machinery used in dyeing. 1906. ill. 66710 

- See also Wool. 

Dyer (Henry) The evolution of industry. 1895. - - - 33008 
Dynamics. See Force. 

Dynamiter; by R. L. and F. v. de G. Stevenson. - - - 120 S 10 
A sequel to the " New Arabian nights," 120 S 12. 

Dynamos. For list of related subjects, see Engineering, Electric. 

- Avery (A. H.) The ABCof dynamo design, ill. - - - 62407 

- Hawkins (C. C.) and Wallis (F.) The dynamo. 1903. ill. - 62410 

- Sewell (T.) The construction of dynamos. 1907. ill. - - 62415 

- See also Commutators. 

Dynevor Terrace, or, the clue of life ; by C. M. Yonge. - - 2Y31 

E 

Eagle's nest, relation of natural science to art ; by J. Ruskin. - 70101 

Earl's daughter ; by E. M. Sewell. 48 S 9 

Earth. For list of related subjects, see Geology. 

- Fisher (0.) Physics of the earth's crust. 1881. - - - 55119 

- Kingsley (C. ) Madam How and Lady Why, lessons in earth lore. 55108 

- Seeley (H. G.) The story of the earth in past ages. 1896. ill. 55001 

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Earth trembled ; by E. P. Roe. 56R6 

Earthquakes. For list of related subjects, see Physical geography. 

- Dutton (C. E.) Earthquakes. 1904. ill. - . . . 55116 
Earth's enigmas [stories]; by C. G. D. Roberts. - - 41 Rl 
East and eastern question. Anderson (R. E.) The story of 

extinct civilizations of the east. 1899. ill. maps. - - 90301 

- Buxton (N.) Europe and the Turks. 1907. maps. - - 93905 

- Kinglake (A. W.) Eothen. 1904. 93901 

Travels in Turkey, Palestine, and Egypt, 1835. 

- Ross (H. J.) Letters from the east, 1837-57. 1902. ill. maps. 94407 

- Smith (P. ) The ancient history of the east to [332 B.C.] ill. - 90204 
East, Far. Gull (C. A, E. R.) The brown and yellow peril. In 

his {i I believe," and other essays. 1907.- - - - E5G1 

- Lorrimer (C.) The call of the east [China, Japan]. 1907. - 95113 

- Park (M. M.) Greater Britain and the far east. 1907. ill. - 90817 

- S. (D. W. ) European settlements in the far east. 1900. ill. map. 94306 

Japan. China. Hongkong. Indo-China. Straits Settlements. 
Netherlands India [Dutch possessions]. [Etc.] 

- Story (D.) To-morrow in the east, 1907. .... 94303 

- Weale (B. L. P.) The re-shaping of the far east. 1905. 2 v. 95309-10 
Truce in the east and its aftermath. 1907. ill. maps. - 95311 

" Sequel to ' The re-shaping of the far east.'" 

East Indies. S. (D. W.) Netherlands India [Dutch possessions]. 

/?z /m's European settlements in the far east. 1900. ill. map. 94306 

East Lynne [a novel] ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. - - 10W1 
Eastern Church. See Church, Greek. 

Easton (H. T. ) Money, exchange, and banking. - - - 33203 

Eaton (T. T.) Faith and the faith. 1906. 23403 

Ebb-tide ; by R. L. Stevenson and L. Osbourne. - - - 120 S 15 

Ebbard (Rich. J.) How to acquire and strengthen will-power. - 61502 

Eben Holden, a tale of the north country ; by I. Bacheller. - 1B2 

Ebers (Georg) An Egyptian princess, an historical novel. - 3E1 

- Homo sum, a novel. 3E4 

- The sisters, a romance. - - - - - - - - 3E3 

- Uarda, a romance of ancient Egypt. - 3E2 
Ecce Homo, the life and work of Christ ; by Sir J. R. Seeley. 1903. 23208 
Ecclesiastes. See Bible. 

Ecclesiastical history. See Church history. 

Ecclesiasticus. See Bible. 

Eccleston (James) English antiquities, ill. .... 91334 

Echoes from the undying word, sermons ; by F. Harper. - - 25209 

Eckermann, J. P. Goethe (J. W. von) Conversations with Eckermann. 83802 

Eclipses. For list of related subjects, see Astronomy. 

- Chambers (G. F.) The story of eclipses. 1899. ill. - - 52302 

- Tyndall (J.) Voyage to Algeria "to observe the eclipse [1870]. 

In his Fragments of science, v. 1. 50408 

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Economics. See Political economy. 

Edersheim (Alfred) History of the Jewish nation. 1896. - 29603 

- Jesus the Messiah. 1902. 23222 

Edgeworth (Maria) Belinda. 10 E 5 

- Castle Rackrent. The absentee. - - - - - 10 E 4 

- Helen. 10E6 

- Ormond, a tale. 10E3 

- The parent's assistant, stories. - - - - - 10 E 2 

- Popular tales. 10E1 

Edina, a novel ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. - - - - 10W32 

Edinburgh. Chambers (R.) Traditions of Edinburgh. - - 92007 

- Sime (A. H. M.) The literary life of Edinburgh. 1S9S.- - 82015 

- Stevenson (R. L. ) Edinburgh [picturesque notes]. 1905. ill. 92001 
'Edinburgh review.' Bagehot (W.) The first Edinburgh re- 
viewers. In his Literary studies, v. 1. 1898. - - E5B1 

- Stephen (Sir L.) The first Edinburgh reviewers. In his 

Hours in a library, v. 2. 1899. E4S2 

Edinburgh University. Eor related subjects, see Universities. 

- Harrison (J. ) Oure tounis colledge, sketches of the history of 

the old college of Edinburgh. 1884. .... 37802 
Edison, Thomas A. Jones (F. A.) T. A. Edison, life. 1907. port. ill. E081 
Edmonds (J. M.) Comparative philology. 1906. ill. - - 41004 
Edmunds (E. W.)and Spooner(F.) The story of English litera- 
ture. 1907. v. 1-2. - - - - - - - - 82018-9 

- eds. Readings inEnglishliterature, junior course. 1907. v. 1-2. 82031-2 

- Readingsin English literature, intermediate course. 1907. v. 1-2. 82034-5 

- Readings in English literature, senior course. 1907. v. 1-2. 82037-8 
Edser (Edwin) Heat for advanced students. 1906. ill. • - 53608 

- Light. 1907. ill. 53503 

Education. For other branches of sociology, see Sociology. 

- Arnold (M.) Ecce, convertimur ad gentes. In his Irish essays. E4A1 

- In Avebury (Lord) The pleasures of life. 1905. - - - E2A1 

- In Benson (A. C.) From a college window. 1906. - - - E4B1 

- Cassell's New popular educator. 1903. 8 v. ill. maps. - 03202-9 

"A complete encyclopaedia of education." 

- In Cobden (R.) Speeches. 1903. 82719 

- Drawbridge (C. L.) Religious education, how to improve it. - 37701 

- Froebel (F. W. A.) The education of man. 1906. - - - 37103 

- In Froude (J. A.) Short studies, v. 2. 1903. - - - - E2F2 

- Guyau (J. M.) Education and heredity. 1891. - - - 37004 

- Harper (J. W.) Education and social life. 1907. - - - 37003 

- Hay ward (F. H.) The meaning of education as interpreted by 

Herbart. 1907. 37006 

- In [Helps (Sir A.)] Friends in council, v. 1. - - - - E6H1 

- Hinsdale (B. A.) The art of study, bibl. .... 370O8 

- Howitt (W.) The student-life of Germany. 1841. ill. - 37110 

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Education. Hughes (J. L. ) and Klemm (L. R.) Progress of 

education in the [nineteenth] century. 1907. - - - 37012 

- Huxley (T. H. ) Science and education, essays. 1905. - - 50423 

A liberal education, and where to find it. Universities, actual and 
ideal. Address on university education. The school boards, what they can 
do and what they may do. Technical education. [Etc.] 

- James (W.)- Talks to teachers on psychology. 1905. - - 37001 

- Hay ward (F. H.) The secret of Herbart. 1907. - - - 37013 

A reply to James's "Talks to teachers on psychology." 

- Lockyer (Sir J. N. ) Education and national progress. 1906. 37009 

- Moberly (K. C. ) Undenominationalism as a principle of 

primary education. In his Problems and principles. 1904. 20402 

- Monroe (P.) A course in the history of education. 1907. - 37010 

- Miiller (F. Max) [Academic] Freedom. In his Works, v. 5. - E5M1 

- Payne ( W. H. ) The education of teachers. 1901 . - - - 37106 

- Roberts ( W. R. ) and others. Aims and practice of teaching. 37104 

- Sadler (M. E.) Science in national education. In Science in 

public affairs. 1906. 30412 

- Skrine (J. H.) Pastor agnorum, afterthoughts. 1902. - - 37007 

An idealistic theory of the school as a Christian society. 

- Wei ton (J.) Principles and methods of teaching. 1906. hihl. 37005 

- See also Blind. Children. Classics. Culture. Examinations. Kin- 

dergarten. Object lessons. Physical education. School boards. 

Schools. Technical education. Universities. Woman. Youth. 

Education of the heart [Christian life] ; by W. L. Watkinson. - 17105 

Edward I. Morris (J. E.) The Welsh wars of Edward I. 1901. map. 91338 

Edward III. Mackinnon (J.) History of EdwardlH., 1327-77. 1900. Elll 

Edward VII. Lowe (C.) King Edward VII. [a biography], port. ill. E012 
" The story of his life as Prince of Wales." 

Edward, Thomas. Smiles (S.) Life of a Scotch naturalist, port. E021 

Edwardes (Mrs. Annie) A vagabond heroine. - - - 12 El 

Edwardes (Marian) ed. Literature of modern Europe to 1400. 80915 

Edwardes (Tickxer) An idler in the wilds. 1906. ill. - - 50414 

Edwards (Clement) The Compensation Act, 1906. 1907. - 34702 

Edwards (D. H.) ed. Modern Scottish poets. 1883. - - 82216 

Edwards (H. S.) Sir William White, life and correspondence.- W121 

Edwards, Jonathan. In Stephen (Sir L.) Hours in a library, v. 1.- E4S1 

Edwards (Matilda Betham) Literary rambles in France, ill. 93116 

- A romance of Dijon. 15E1 

Edwards (K. 0.) Rabbits, exhibition, pleasure, market, ill. - 63611 

Edwards (Walter N.) Platform, pulpit, and desk, addresses. 17804 

- The temperance compendium. 17806 

Edwards (Wm. S.) Through Scandinavia to Moscow. 1906. ill. 91024 

Edwin Drood, and other stories ; by C. Dickens. 2 copies. - 30 D 3 

Egerton (George) The wheel of God. - - - - 16 El 

Eggar (W. D.) Elementary algebra. 1907. - 51207 
Eggs. For related subjects, see Birds. 

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Eggs. Gordon (W. J.) Eggs of birds of Great Britain, col. ill. 59818 

" A supplement to ' Our country's birds,' " 59817. 

Eghian (Setrak G.) The mother's nursery guide. 1907. ill. - 64903 

Egmont; von J. W. von Goethe ; with notes. 1898. ill. - 43830 

Egoist, a comedy in narrative ; by G. Meredith. - - - 82 M 4 
Egypt. Cromer (Earl of) Modern Egypt [1863-1907]. 2 v. map. 95709-10 

- Muir (Sir W.) Mameluke, or, slave dynasty, 1260-1517. - - 95703 

- Newberry (P. E.) and Garstang (J.) A short history of ancient 

Egypt. 1904. maps. 95704 

- Niebuhr (C.) The Tell el Amarna period. 1903. bibl. - - 95708 

"The relations of Egypt and western Asia in the 15th century B.C." 

- Petrie(W. M. F.) A history of Egypt. 1898-1905. 6 v. bibl. ill. 95711-6 

1. To the xvi. dynasty ; by W. M. F. Petrie. 2. xvii. and xviii. 
dynasties ; by W. M. F. Petrie. 3. xix. to the xxx. dynasties ; by W. M. F. 
Petrie. 4. Ptolemaic dynasty ; by J. P. Mahaffy. 5. Roman rule ; by 
J. G. Milne. 6. Middle ages ; by S. L. Poole. 

- Rawlinson (G. ) and Gilman (A. ) Ancient Egypt. 1897. ill. maps. 95705 

- Sayce (A. H. ) Religions of ancient Egypt and Babylonia. - 29902 

- Steevens (G. W.) Egypt in 1898. 96401 

- Wiedemann (A.) The realms of the Egyptian dead. 1902. bibl. 29905 

" According to the belief of the ancient Egyptians." 

- See also Pyramids. 

Egyptian literature. See Literature, Egyptian. 

Egyptian princess, an historical novel ; by G. Ebers. - - 3E1 

Ehrenfechter (C. A.) Technical study in pianoforte-playing. - 78618 

Eight guests ; by P. White. 50W1 

Eiserne Kreuz ; von E. Wichert ; with notes. 1885. - - 43809 

Eleanor [a novel] ; by Mrs. H. Ward. 14W1 

Elect lady ; by G. MacDonald. 10M19 

Elections. For list of related subjects, see Political science. 

- Richards (H. C.) The candidates' and agents' guide. 1904. - 32401 

- Strachey (Sir E.) A general election. In his Talks. 1895. - 82815 
Electric bells. For subjects relating to this and other headings com- 
mencing Electric, Electro, see Engineering, Electric. 

- Schneider (N. H.) How to install electric bells. 1905. ill. - 62422 
Electric currents. Hay (A.) Alternating currents. 1907. ill. 62416 
Electric furnace. For list of related subjects, see Metallurgy. 

- Kershaw (J. B. C. ) Electric furnace, iron, steel production. 1907. 66903 
Electric instruments. Schneider (N. H.) Electrical circuits and 

diagrams. 1906. ill. 62423 

Electric lighting. For related subjects, see Lighting. 

- Brooks(E.E.)and James(W. H.N.) Electric lightand power, ill. 62411 

- Cooke (A. G.) Electric lighting. In Chemical technology. 62430 

- Crocker (F. B.) Electric lighting. 1904-6. 2 v. bibl. ill. -62431-2 

1. The generating plant. 2. Distributing system and lamps. 

- Maycock (W. P.) Electric lighting and power distribution. 

1904. v. 2. ill. 62436 

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Electric lighting. Tyndall (J.) The electric light. In his Frag- 
ments, v. 2. 1902. 50409 

Electric testing. Swenson (B. V.) and Frankenfield (B.) Testing 

of electro-magnetic machinery [etc.] 1905. v. 1. ill. - 62408 
Direct currents. 

Electric traction. Davies (F. H. ) Electric power and traction. 62421 

- Gant (L. W.) Elements of electric traction. 1907. ill. - 62409 

- Smith (R. H.) Electric traction. 1905. ill. plans. - - 62428 
Electric wiring. Harrison (N.) Electric-wiring. 1906. ill - 62404 

- Metcalfe (C. C.) Electric wiring for lighting installations. 1905. 62418 

- Walker (S. F. ) Electric wiring and fitting for plumbers and 

gasfitters. 1908. ill. 62419 

Electricity. For list of related subjects, see Physics ; for applications 
of electricity, see Engineering, Electric. 

- Allanach (W.) Elementary experimental electricity. 1906. - 53801 

- Campbell (N. R.) Modern electrical theory. 1907. bibl. - 53710 

- In CasselPs New popular educator, v. 4-7. 1903. ill. - - 03205-8 

- In Deschanel (A. P.) Natural philosophy, v. 3. 1904. ill. - 53702 

- Forbes (G.) A course of lectures on electricity. 1888. ill. - 53705 

- Foster (G. C.) and Porter (A. W.) Elementary electricity. - 53802 

- Glazebrook (R. T.) Electricity and magnetism. 1904. ill. - 53706 

- Henderson (J.) Electricity and magnetism. 1898. ill. - - 53711 

- Jude(R. H.) The school magnetism and electricity. 1906. ill. 53703 

- Lodge (Sir 0. J.) Modern views of electricity. 1907. ill. ■ 53707 

- See also Electrons. Induction coils. Lightning conductors. 
Electro -plating. Hasluek(P.'N.)ed. Electro-plating. 1906. ill. 62434 

- Watt (A.) and Philip (A.) The electro-plating and electro- 

refining of metals. 1902. ill. 62433 

Electrochemistry. For lists of related subjects, see Chemical technology. 
Chemistry. 

- Blount (B. ) Practical electro-chemistry. 1903. ill. - - 66002 

- Wiechmann (F. G.) Notes on electrochemistry. 1906. - - 53709 
Electrolysis. In " The Electrician " primers, v. 3. bibl. ill. - 62427 
Electrometallurgy. For list of related subjects, see Metallurgy. 

- Watt (A.) Electro -metallurgy. 1895. ill. - 66909 

- In Watt (A.) and Philip (A.) Electro-plating [etc.] 1902. - 62433 

Electrons. Lodge (Sir 0. J.) Electrons, the nature and proper- 
ties of negative electricity. 1906. ill. - 53712 
Elers, George, Memoirs of, 1777-1842. 1903. port. map. - E051 
Elgin, James Bruce, Earl of [a biography] ; by G. M. Wrong. E041 
Elijah. Champness (T.) Carmel's hero, life of Elijah. - - 22208 
Eliot (George) Wise, witty, and tender sayings ; selected. 1904. 82602 

- Essays. Leaves from a note-book. 1883. - - - • - E1E2 

Woiidliness and other-worldliness, the poet Young. German wit, 
Heine. Evangelical teaching, Dr. Curaming. Influence of rationalism, 
Lecky's History. Natural history of German life, Riehl. Three months 
in Weimar. Address to working men. 

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Eliot (George) Impressions of Theophrastus Such [essays]. - E1E1 

- The legend of Jubal, and other poems. ----- 102 E 

- The Spanish gypsy [a poem]. 101 E 

- Adam Bede. 2 copies. 21 E 5 

- Daniel Deronda. 2 copies. - - - - - - 21 E 6 

- Felix Holt, the radical. 2 copies. 21 E 3 

- Middlemarch, a study of provincial life. 2 copies. - - 21 E 4 

- The mill on the Floss. 2 copies. 21 E 8 

- Romola. 2 copies. - - - - - - - - 21 El 

- Scenes of clerical life. 2 copies. - - - - - 21 E 2 

The sad fortunes of the Rev. Amos Barton. Mr. Gilfil's love-story. 
Janet's repentance. 

- Silas Marner. The lifted veil. Brother Jacob. 2 copies. - 21 E 7 

Eliot, George. Cross (J. W. ) ed. George Eliot's life as related 

in her letters and journals, port. ill. - E101 

- Harrison (F.) [Cross's] Life of George Eliot. In his Choice of 

books, and other pieces. 1903. - - - - - E4H1 

- Morley (J.) [Cross's] Life of George Eliot. In his Miscellanies. E3M3 

- In Oliphant (J.) Victorian novelists. 1899. - 82603 

- In Paul (H. W.) Stray leaves. 1906. E1P1 

- In Stephen (Sir L.) Hours in a library, v. 3. 1899. - - E483 
Elizabeth, Empress of Austria [a biography] ; by C. Tschudi. 1901. E031 
Elizabeth, Queen. Strickland (A.) The life of Elizabeth, port. E091 
Elizabeth of Bohemia, Princess Palatine ; by A. W. Ward. In 

Historical essays. 1907. - 90409 

Elizabeth Glen, M.B. ; by A. S. Swan. 148S52 

Elklngton (E. W.) Adrift in New Zealand. 1906. ill.- - 99101 

Elliot (G. F. S.) The romance of savage life. 1908. ill. - 57209 

- and others. Fauna, flora, and geology of Clyde area. 1901. 92303 
Elliott, Ebenezer. Carlyle (T.) Corn-law rhymes. In his Essays. E1C4 
Elocution. For list of related subjects, see Rhetoric. 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 5-7. 1903. - - - 03206-8 

- Miles (A. H.) and others. New standard elocutionist. 1902. 80804 

"With chapter on musical accompaniments." 

- Morison (R. C. H.) ed. Chambers's Elocution. 1906. - - 80803 

- Tenney (A. F.) Elocution and expression. 1906. - - - 80823 

- See also Readings. 

Elphinstone (Lady) The power of character. 1906. - - 17127 

Elsie Venner, a romance of destiny ; by O. W. Holmes. - - 78 HI 

Elson (George) Last of the climbing boys, an autobiography. - E071 
Elster's folly, a novel ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. - - 10 W 14 

Elton (Oliver) [Literature of] The Augustan ages. 1899. - 80910 

Ely (Richard T.) The labor movement in [U.S.] America. 1905. 33113 

Emanuel, Walter. In Hammer ton (J. A. ) English humorists. 1907. 82714 

Embarrassments [stories] ; by H. James. - - - - 7 J 11 

105 



EMB GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Embroidery. Christie (Mrs. A. H.) Embroidery and tapestry 

weaving, ill. 74601 

- Townsend(W.G. P.) Embroidery, craft of the needle. 1907. ill. 74603 
Emeralds chased in gold, islands of the Forth ; by J. Dickson. - 92008 
Emerson (Ralph Waldo) Works. 1894-1903. 3 v. - - E2E1-3 

1. Essays. Lectures. Representative men. Poems. 2. English traits. 
Nature. The conduct of life. 3. Society and solitude. Letters and social 
aims. Miscellaneous papers. Poems. 

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Fronde (J. A.) Representative men. In 

his Short studies, v. 1. 1905. E2F1 

- In Garnett (R.) Essays of an ex-librarian. 1901. - - - E3G1 

- In Morley (J.) Critical miscellanies, v. 1. 1904. - - - E3M1 

- In Vincent (L. H.) American literary masters. 1906. - - 81001 
Emery (Geo. F.) The Workmen's Compensation Act, 1900. 1907. 34703 

Emigrant ship ; by W. Clark Russell. 75R34 

Emigration. For list of related subjects, see Political science. 

- Cunningham (W.) Alien immigrants to England. 1897. ill. 32505 

" From the Xorman conquest to the present day." 

- George ( W. L. ) Organised emigration. In Social progress. - 30411 
Emilia's inheritance ; by E. J. Worboise. 83W15 

A sequel to " Mr. Montmorency's money," 83W24. 
Emin Pasha, /w Stanley (Sir H. M.) In darkest Africa. 1904. port. 95901 
Emma [a novel] ; by J. Austen. ------- 60 A4 

Enamelling. Fisher (A.) Art of enamelling upon metal. 1906. 75102 
Enchanted typewriter ; by J. K. Bangs. 13B2 

A sequel to "A house-boat on the Styx," 13B3- 
Enchanted woods ; by Vernon Lee. 1905. ... - 91023 

" Essays on the genius of places." 

Encyclopaedias. For list of related subjects, see Books. 

- [Philp (R. K.)] Enquire within upon everything. 1905. - 03201 

- Storia universale illustrata. 1906. 2 v. - - - - 03501-2 

- See also Fallacies. 
End of the age [Russian politics] ; by Count Tolstoy. 1906. - 32006 
Energy. See Force. 
Enfants d'Edouard ; par J. F. C. Delavigne ; with notes. - - 44850 
Evgels (F.) An account of Marx's theory. In Modern socialism. 33504 
Engineering. For list of other useful arts, see Arts, Useful. 

- Civil engineering ; Drawing for engineers ; Engineering work- 

shop practice. In Cassell's Technical educator, v. 1-6. ill. 60306-11 

- Follows (G. H. ) Dictionary of mechanical drawing. 1906. ill. 62005 

- Grimshaw (R.) Shop kinks for the machinest. 1905. ill. - 62009 

- Kent (W.) Mechanical engineer's pocket-book. 1906. - - 62015 

- Lineham (W. J.) Text-book of mechanical engineering. 1906. 62008 

- McShane (C. ) Pointers for machinists and engineers, ill. - 62113 

- Phillips (H. J.) Engineering chemistry. 1902. ill. - - 66003 

- Rankine (W. J. M.) Manual of civil engineering. 1904. ill. 62002 

- Sexton (A. H.) Chemistry of materials of engineering. 1906. 66001 

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Engineering. Spencer (H. ) Organisation of engineering factories. 

1907. 62011 

- Templeton (W.) and Hutton (W. S.) The practical mechanic's 

workshop companion. 1900. ill. ----- 62007 

- Van Cleve (B. F.) English and American mechanic. 1900. ill. 62004 

11 Handbook for workshop and factory, receipts, rules, and tables." 

- Wells (S. H.) Engineering drawing and design. 1905. 2 v. ill. 62019-20 

1. Practical geometry. 2. Machine and engine drawing and design. 

- Williams (A.) How it works, ill. 62003 

"Steam, electricity, light, heat, sound, hydraulics, optics, etc., with 
their applications to apparatus in common use." 

- See also Air compressors. Boilers. Bridges. Engineering, Electric. 

Engineering, Marine. Engines. Grinding. Heat. Hoisting 
machinery. Hydraulics. Irrigation. Machinery. Mathematics. 
Mechanics. Mining. Motor-cars. Pumps. Railways. Refriger- 
ation. Sanitary engineering'. Saw-mills. Shipbuilding. Steam. 
Strength of materials. Tools. Turbines. Valves. 
Engineering, Electric. For list of related subjects, see Engineering. 

- Alexander (J. H. ) Elementary electrical engineering, ill. - 62417 

- In Cassell's New technical educator, v. 1-6. ill. - - 60306-11 

- Cooper (W. R.) ed. "The Electrician" primers, v. 3. hibl. ill. 62427 

Telegraphy, telephony, electro^sis, and some miscellaneous applications. 

- Davidge (H. T.) and Hutchinson (R. W.) Technical electricity. 62412 

- Gibson (C. R.) Electricity of to-day. 1907. ill. - - - 62406 
The romance of modern electricity. 1906. ill. - - - 62402 

" Describing in non-technical language electricity and its applications." 

- Harrison (N.) Electrical engineering. 1907. ill. - - 62116 

- Kellogg (J. W.) Uses of electricity on shipboard, ill. plan. - 62405 

- Mnnro (J.) and Jamieson (A.) Electrical rules and tables, ill. 62414 

- Shaxby (J. H.) Elementary electrical engineering. 1907. HI. 62413 

- Snell (J. F. C.) The distribution of electrical energy, ill. - 62429 

- Thomalen (A.) Text-book of electrical engineering. 1907. ill. 62424 

- See also Dynamos. Electric bells. Electric currents. Electric instru- 

ments. Electric lighting. Electric testing. Electric traction. 
Electric wiring. Electro-plating. Mining. Motors. Telegraph. 
Telephone. 
Engineering, Marine. For list of related subjects, see Engineering. 

- Roberts (C. W. ) Practical advice for marine engineers, ill. - 62135 

- Seaton (A. E.) and Rounthwaite (H. M.) Mariae engineering, 

rules and tables. 1906. ill. 62104 

- Sothern (J. W. ) Notes and sketches for marine engineers. - 62138 
and Sothern (R. M.) Simple problems in marine engineering 

design, including turbines. 190S. 62145 

- Tod (J.) Arithmetical guide for marine engineers. 1905. ill. 62115 

" Questions given at Board of Trade exams, for engineers' certificates." 

and McGibbon (W. C.) Marine engineers' Board of Trade 

examinations, questions with answers. 1905.^/7/. - - 62123 

- See also Indicator. 

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Engineers. For list of other subjects in biography, see Biography. 

- Smiles (S.) Lives of the engineers. 1874-1904. 5 v. ill. - 99704-8 

1. Vermuyden. Myddelton. Perry. Brindley. 2. Smeaton. Rermie. 
3. Metcalf. Telford. 4. Boulton. Watt. 5. George and Robert Stephenson. 

Engines. For list of related subjects, see Engineering. 

- Bauer (G.) Marine engines and boilers. 1905. ill. plans. - 62141 

- Hobbs (L. M.) Thermo-dynamic principles of engine design. - 62114 

- Kennedy (R.) Modern engines and power generators. 6 v. - 62124-9 

- Sharp (A.) Balancing of engines, steam, gas, petrol. 1907. - 62121 

- See also Gas engine. Oil engine. Steam engine. 

Engines of social progress ; by W. L. George. 1907. - - 30411 

England. Emerson (R. W.) English traits. In his Works. - E2E2 

- Home (G.) What to see in England. 1903. ill. map. - - 91607 

- Holmes (0. W.) Our hundred days in Europe. 1895. - - 91601 

With the exception of a journey to Paris and back, the book deals 
chiefly with England. 

- Kennedy (B.) Wander pictures. 1906. ill. - 91605 

- O'Rell (Max) John Bull and his island. 91602 

- Smith (G.) A trip to England. 1905. 91604 

- Synge (M. B.) Social life in England [to 1906]. 1906. - - 91606 

- Vaile (P. A. ) Wake up, England. 1907. .... 916O8 

England as seen by a New Zealander. 

- In Warner (C. D.) The relation of literature to life [etc.] - E2W1 

- Wright (J. C. ) In the good old times [18th century customs]. 91610 
England, History of. See Great Britain, History. 

English language. See Language, English. 

English literature. See Literature, English. 

English tourist in Italy [Italian phrases] ; by N. E. Genzardi. - 45802 

Engraving. For list of other branches of art, see Arts, Fine. 

- Hayden (A.) Chats on old prints. 1906. bibl. ill. - - 76002 

- Ruskin (J") Ariadne Florentina, wood and metal engraving. - 76001 

- See also Wood engraving. 

Enlarging. For list of related subjects, see Photography. 

- Smith (G. R.) Enlargements, production and finish. 1907. ill. 77005 
Ennemoser (Joseph) The history of magic. 1854. 2 v. - - 13303-4 
Enquire within upon everything ; by [R. K. Philp]. 1905. - 03201 
Enterkin, Dumfriesshire. In Brown (J.) Horse subsecivae, v. 3. E2B3 
Entropy. See Heat. 

Eothen [travel in the east, 1835] ; by A. W. Kinglake. 1904. - 93901 

Ephesians, Epistle to the. See Bible. 

Epictetus. In Bernard (E. R. ) Great moral teachers. 1906. bibl. 18001 

- In Davis (C. H. S. ) Greek and Roman stoicism. 1903. - - 18803 

Episode of flatland ; by C. H. Hinton. 134 HI 

Episodes in a life of adventure ; by L. Oliphant. 1887. - - 0021 
Equality. In Warner (C. D.) The relation of literature to life. E2W1 
Erasmus, Desiderius. Dods(M.) Erasmus, and other essays. 1891. E4D1 

- Froude(J. A.) Times of Erasmus. InhisShort studies, v. 1. 1905. E2F1 

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Erckmann (6mile) et Chatrian (A. ) Le doctenr Math^us ; notes. 44869 

- La guerre [uq drame]. - - - 201 E 

- Madame Therese ; with notes by V. Oger. 1904. - - - 44838 

- Waterloo [In French] ; with notes. 1902. .... 44837 

- Waterloo [In English]. - - - 29E2 

- Maitre Daniel Rock [In French]. 29 El 

Eric Brighteyes [a romance] ; by H. Rider Haggard.- - - 3H11 

Erema, or, my father's sin ; by R. D. Blackmore. - - - 63 B 11 

Ernest Maltravers ; by Lord Lytton. 74L3 

Erni (Hy.) and Brown (A. P.) Mineralogy simplified. 1901. ill. 54902 

Escott (Thomas H. S.) A trip to Paradoxia, and other humours. 33 El 
Esdras. See Bible. 

Esler (Erminda R. ) The trackless way. - - - - - 34E1 

Esperanto. See Language, Esperanto. 

Essay- writing. For related subjects, see Language, English. Rhetoric. 

- Cornford (L. C.) Essay-writing for schools. 1904. - - 42806 

- Fowler (J. H.) A manual of essay -writing. 1899. 2 copies. - 42805 
Essayists. Hazlitt (W.) Periodical essayists. In his Lectures. 82004 
Essays. Fowler (J. H.) ed. English essays. 1907. - - - 82715 

" Materials and models for composition from the great essayists." 

- General collections of essays will be found under the following 



names : 

Addison (Joseph) 
Alison (Sir Archibald) 
Arnold (Matthew) 
Ave bury (John Lubbock, 
Lord) 



Eliot (George) 
Emerson (Ralph Waldo) 
Friswell (James Hain) 
Fi-oude (James A.) 
Garnett (Richard) 



Bacon (Francis, Viscount St. Goldsmith (Oliver) 



Albans) 
Bagehot (Walter) 
Beeching (Henry C.) 
Belloc (Hilaire) 
Benson (Arthur C.) 
Birrell (Augustine) 
Bland (Hubert) 
Blatchford (Robert) 
Bosanquet (Bernard) 
[Boyd (Andrew K. H.)] 
Brown (Dr. John) 
Bute (John, Marquess of) 
Carlyle (Thomas) 
Chesterton (Gilbert K.) 
Collins (John C.) 
Couch (Arthur T. Quiller) 
Craigie (Mrs. Pearl M. T.) 
Craik (Mrs. Dinah M.) 
De Quincey (Thomas) 
Dobson (Henry Austin) 
Dods (Marcus) 
Dunphie (Charles J.) 



Graham (Henry G.) 
Green (John R.) 
Gull (Cyril A. E. Ranger) 
Harrison (Frederic) 
Hazlitt (William) 
Headlam (Cecil) 
[Helps (Sir Arthur)] 
Holmes (Oliver Wendell) 
Hume (David) 
Hunt (James H. Leigh) 
Huxley (Thomas H.) 
Jacks (William) 
Kingsley (Charles) 
Lamb (Charles) 
Lang (Andrew) 
Lee (Vernon) 
Lowell (James R.) 
Macaulay (Thomas 
Babington, Lord) 
Maeterlinck (Maurice) 
Marvin (Frederic R.) 



Maurice (Fred. D.) 
Miller (Hugh) 
Montaigne (Michel E. de) 
Morley (John) 
Mliller (Friedrich Max) 
Nevinson (Henry W.) 
Nicoll ( W. Robertson) 
Paul (Herbert W.) 
Prescott (Wm. H.) 
Repplier (Agnes) 
Sainte-Beuve (Charles A.) 
Saintsbury (George E. B.) 
Schopenhauer (Arthur) 
Shorter (Clement K.) 
Sidgwick (Henry) 
Smith (Sydney) 
Spencer (Herbert) 
Steevens (George W.) 
Stephen (Sir James F.) 
Stephen (Sir Leslie) 
Stevenson (Robert L.) 
Stirling (Jas. H.) 
Thackeray (William M.) 
Warner (Charles D.) 
Wilson (John) 
Yeats (William B.) 
Young (John) 



Mathews (William) 

Essays for Sunday reading [sermons] ; by J. Caird. 1906. 

Essex, Thomas Cromwell, Earl of. In Innes (A. D. ) Ten Tudor 
statesmen. 1906. port. 

Estate management. Bright (T.) The agricultural and estate 
agent's handbook of rules [etc.] 1899. ill. 

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Esther. See Bible. 

Estimates. For list of related subjects, see Building". 

- Stephenson (G. ) Estimating, pricing builders' quantities. 1907. 69202 

Eternal city ; by Hall Caine. 5C3 

Eternal news, on time, space, motion [etc.] ; by J. J. Brown. - 11101 
Ethics. For list of other branches of philosophy, see Philosophy. 

- Bernard (E. R.) Great moral teachers, lectures. 1906. bibl. 18001 

Confucius. Gotama. Socrates. Epictetus. 

- Brown (J.) Excursus ethicus. In his Horae subsecivse, v. 1. - E2B1 
-Hume(D.) The principles of morals. In his Essays. - - E3H1 

- Huxley (T. H.) Evolution and ethics. 1906. - 17132 

- Lofthouse (W. F.) Ethics and atonement. 1906. - - - 23231 

- Maeterlinck (M.) Our anxious morality. In Life and flowers. E8M1 

- M airhead (J. H.) The elements of ethics. 1892. bibl. - 17114 

- Saleeby (C. W.) Ethics. [1905]. 17011 

- In Schopenhauer (A.) Selected essays. 1900. - - - E7S1 

- Sidgwick (H.) Relation of ethics to sociology. In his Essays. E8S1 

- Stephen (Sir L. ) The science of ethics. 1907. - - - 17010 

- Wundt (W.) Ethical systems. 1906. 17014 

- See also Altruism. Character. Children. Christian life. Citizenship. 

Conduct of life. Duty. Etiquette. Friendship. Gambling. Good. 

Happiness. Heroism. Home. Humanitarianism. Idlers. Igno- 
rance. Illness. Love. Man. Marriage. Maxims. Old age. Pleasant- 
ness. Society. Success. Temperance. Thrift. Toleration. 
Truth. Utilitarianism. War. Worry. Youth. 

Ethics of the dust, on crystallization ; by J. Ruskin. 1903. - 54901 

Ethnology. See Man, Natural history of. 

Etiquette. For lists of related subjects, see Customs. Ethics. 

- Au fait. Manners and rales of good society. 1903. - - 39503 
Social observances, practical etiquette. 1897. - - - 39501 

- Bell (Lady) Teaching of manners. In her Minor moralist. - 17008 

- The new book of etiquette. 1907. 39504 

- Social etiquette. 64106 

Eucharist. See Lord's Supper. 

Euclid. See Geometry. 

Eugene Aram, a tale ; by Lord Lytton. 74L4 

Eugenie Grandet ; par H. de Balzac ; with notes. 1905. - - 44835 

Eureka [a novel] ; by Owen Hall. 130H1 

Euripides. Froude (J. A.) Sea studies. In his Short studies, v. 3. E2F3 
Europe. Alison (Sir A.) The year of revolutions [1848]. In his 

Essays, v. 3. 1850. E3A3 

- Boucav.t (Sir J. P.) Letters to my boys. 1906. ill. - - 91008 

M An Australian judge and ex-premier on his travels in Europe." 

- Cooper (A. X. ) Quaint talks about long walks, ill. - - 91014 

The tramps of ' The walking parson.' 1905. ill. - - 91012 

With knapsack and note -book. 1906. ill.- - - - 91015 

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Europe. Fitchett (W. H.) How England saved Europe, 1793-1815. 

1900-3. 4 v. ill. 91419-22 

1. From the Low Countries to Egypt. 2. The struggle for the sea. 
3. The war in the Peninsula. 4. Waterloo and St. Helena. 

- Freeman (E. A.) Sketch of European history. 1905. maps.- 91007 

- Froissart (J.) Chronicles [1326-1400]. 91004 

- Grant (A. J.) Outlines of European history. 1907. ill. maps. 91019 

- Hallam (H.) Europe during the middle ages. 1901. - - 91006 

- Lee (Vernon) The enchanted woods. 1905. - 91023 

" Essays on the genius of places." 

- Lodge (R.) A history of modern Europe, 1453-1878. 1903. - 91013 
-Marryat(F.) Olla podrida. ill. 2 copies. .... 91010 

Diary on the continent. [Etc.] 

- Reich (E.) History of western nations to 1900 A. D. v. 1-2. bibl. 91025-6 

1. Greece, etc. 2. Rome. 

- Weir (A.) Introduction to history of modern Europe. 1907. bibl. 91017 
European literature. See Literature, European. 

Europeans, a sketch ; by H. James. - - - - - - 7J8 

Evan Harrington, a novel ; by G. Meredith. .... 82M5 

Evangelical doctrine, Bible truth; by C. A. Scott. 1901. - 28301 
A criticism of Sadler's "Church doctrine," 28306- 

Evangelism. Stephen (Sir J.) The "evangelical"' succession. 

In his Essays, v. 2. 1907. 99817 

Evans, Christmas [a biography] ; by P. Hood. 1900. - - E061 
Eve (Alice) joint-author. See Pratt (Alfred). 

Eve of Christianity [history] ; by F. T. Richards. 1902. - - 90205 

Evening by evening, readings at eventide ; by C. H. Spurgeon. 24903 

Everitt (Nicholas) Ferrets, their management. 1897. UL - 63609 

- Told at twilight [stories]. 39 El 

Eve's diary ; by Mark Twain. 52T13 

Evil eye ; by Daniel Woodroffe. 95 Wl 

Evil that men do ; by M. P. Shiel. 58S1 

Evolution. For list of related subjects, see Biology. 

- Bree (C. R.) Fallacies in the hypothesis of Darwin. 1872. ill. 57506 

- Clodd (E.) Pioneers of evolution, Thales to Huxley. 1897. ill. 57515 
The story of creation. 1890. ill. 57514 

- Darwin (C.) The descent of man. 1901. ill. - - - 57528 

- Dawson (Sir J. W.) Modern ideas of evolution. 1890. - - 57511 

- Drummond (H.) The ascent of man. 1904. .... 57503 

- The evolution of man. 1899. ill. 57522 

- Gerard (J.) The old riddle and the newest answer. 1907. - 57516 

- Haeckel (E. ) Last words on evolution. 1906. ill. - - 57524 

- Haycraft (J. B.) Darwinism and race progress. 1900. - - 57518 

- Hird(D.) A picture book of evolution. 1906-7. 2 v. bibl. ill. 57529-30 

- Huxley (T. H.) Evolution and ethics. 1906. - 17132 

- Iverach (J.) Christianity and evolution. 1894. - - - 21301 

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Evolution. Kellogg (V. L.) Darwinism to-day. 1907. - - 57523 

- Le Conte (J.) Evolution. 1893. ill. 57505 

" Its nature, its evidences, and its relation to religious thought." 

- Lock (R. H. ) Recentprogressinthestudyof variation, heredity, 

and evolution. 1907. ill. ...... 57527 

- Moore (A. L.) Darwinism and the Christian faith. In his 

Science and the faith, essays. 1893. - 23909 

- Romanes (G. J.) Darwin and after Darwin. 1892-5. 2 v. ill. 57509-10 

1. Darwinian theory. 2. Post Darwinian questions, heredity and 
utility. 

- Saleeby (C. W.) Evolution, the master-key. 1906. - - 57504 

- Schmidt (O. ) Doctrine of descent and Darwinism. 1884. - 57513 

- Tyndall (J.) Virchow and evolution. In his Fragments, v. 2. 50409 

- Wallace (A. R.) Darwinism, an exposition. 1905. ill. map. 57502 

- See also Heredity. Sex. Species. Teeth. 

Evolution of life [biology] ; by H. C. Bastian. 1907. ill. - 57602 

Ewing (Alexander) The cathedral church of lona. ill. - - 27502 
Ewing (T. T.) joint- author. See Coghlan (T. A.) 

Ewing (William) Arab and Druze at home. 1907. ill. map. - 94503 
Examinations. For list of related subjects, see Education. 

- Wade (G. A.) How to succeed in your examination. 1901. - 37406 
Exchange. Clemson (H. ) Inland and foreign exchange. In his 

Methods and machinery in business. 1907. - - - 65812 

- Easton (H. T.) Money, exchange, and banking. - - - 33203 
Exmoor and west Somerset ; by J. L. W. Page. 1895. ill. map. 91709 
Exodus. See Bible. 

Experiences of a barrister, and other tales. ... - 44E1 

Exploration. Williams (A. ) The romance of early exploration. 

1907. ill - ■ ■ " - - - 90602 

Explosives. For list of related subjects, see Chemical technology. 

- Key (A. C. ) A primer of explosives. 1905. - 66203 
Expression. For list of related subjects, see Mind and body. 

- Brown (M. T. ) The synthetic philosophy of expression. - - 13801 
Eye. For list of related subjects, see Disease. 

- Burnham (G. H.) Combined treatment in diseases of the eye. 61701 

- See also Colour blindness. 

Eyemouth. Mclver (D. ) An old time fishing town. 1906. ill. 91718 
Ezekiel. See Bible. 
Ezra. See Bible. 



Fabian Society. The economics of direct employment. In 

Modern socialism. 1907. 33504 

Fabiola, or, the church of the catacombs ; by N. P. Wiseman. - 44 Wl 
Fables. For list of related subjects, see Literature. 

- iEsop. Fables, with proverbs and applications, ill. - - 88810 

- La Fontaine (J. de) Fables [avec] notes. 1904. - - - 401 L 

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Fables. La Fontaine (J. de) A hundred fables. 1900. ill. - 402 L 

- Miiller(F. Max) The migration of fables. 7n Aw Works, v. 8. 1900. E5M4 

- Rankine (W. J. M.) Songs and fables. 1874. ill. - - 701 R 
Face illumined ; by E. P. Roe. - - - -. - - - 56 R 11 

Face in the flashlight ; by F. Warden. 16 Wl 

Face in the mirror ; by H. Mathers. 64M1 

Face of clay, an interpretation ; by H. A. Vachell. - - - 2V1 
Factories. For list of related subjects, see Political economy. 

- Meakin (B.) Model factories and villages. 1905. ill. - - 33103 

- See also Engineering. 

Facts and comments ; by H. Spencer. 1902. - - - - E10S2 

Faguet (Emile) A literary history of France. 1907. - - 84004 

Fair maid at Graystones ; by B. M. Dix. - - - - - 34D1 

Fair maid of Perth ; by Sir W. Scott. 3 copies. - - - 35 S 22 
Second series of "The chronicles of the Canongate." 

Fair Saxon ; by J. McCarthy. 4M4 

Faij 3AIRN (Andrew M.) City of God, discussions in religion. - 23014 

- Sadies in the philosophy of religion and history. 1876. - 20103 

The idea of God. Theism and scientific speculation. The belief in 
immortality. The place of the Indo-European and Semitic races in history. 

Fairfield (Charles) Account of G. W. Wilshere, Baron Bramwell. B231 

Fairie (James) Notes on pottery clays. 1901. - 66604 

Fairshiels, a Lammermoor parish [Fala] ; by T. R. Barnett. ill. 92005 
Fairweather (W. ) and Black (J. S.) eels. The first Book of 

Maccabees. 1897. ill. map. 22501 

- Maccabees I. -II. ; with notes. (Temple Bible). 1903. - - 22510 
Fairytales. Perrault (C.) and others. Contes de fees. - - 35 PI 
Faith. For list of related subjects, see Theology. 

- Eaton (T. T.) Faith and the faith. 1906. .... 23403 
Faith and verification, with other [sermons] ; by E. G. Jones. 1907. 25232 
Faith of men, and other stories ; by Jack London. - - - 51 L 2 
Faith of our fathers [Roman Catholicism] ; by J. Gibbons. - 28212 
Fala. Barnett (T. R.) Fairshiels, a Lammermoor parish. 1906. ill. 92005 
Falaise, the town of the Conqueror ; by A. B. Dodd. 1901. HI. 93305 
Falconer (Lanoe) Mademoiselle Ixe, and other stories. - - 73F1 
Falconry. For list of other sports, see Sports. 

- Fisher (C. H.) Reminiscences of a falconer. 1901. ill. - 79907 
Falkiner (Sir Frederick R.) Hospital and Free School of 

Charles II., Dublin. 1906. 37904 

Falkirk. Gillespie (R.) Round about Falkirk. 1879. - - 92506 

Falkner (John M.) Moonfleet [a story]. 1F1 

Fallacies. Ackermann (A. S. E. ) Popular fallacies. 1907. ill. 03211 

Fallen idol ; by F. Anstey. 35 A 3 

Familiar studies of men and books ; by R. L. Stevenson. 1906. El S3 
Families. For list of other subjects in biography, see Biography. 

- Romantic stories of famous families. [1907]. - 99511 

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Fancy free ; by C. Gibbon. 21 G 7 

Fanny Lambert, a novel ; by H. de V. Stacpoole. - - - 104S1 

Far from the madding crowd; by T. Hardy. - 21H10 

Far horizon ; by Lucas Malet. 36 M 2 

Far in the forest, a story ; by S. Weir Mitchell. - -. - 95 Ml 

Faraday (Michael) Chemical history of a candle. 1894. ill.- 54102 

- Letters [to] Schcenbein, 1836-62; with notes. 1899. port. - F151 
Faraday, Michael. Tyndall (J.) Faraday as a discoverer, port. F152 

Life and letters of Faraday. In his Fragments, v. 1. - - 50408 

Farjeon (Benjamin L.) Great Porter Square, a mystery. - - 74F1 

Farmer (Henry) New harmonium tutor. 4°. - - - - 78619 

Farmer (Richard) Essay on the learning of Shakespeare, 1767. 

In Eighteenth century essays on Shakespeare. 1903. - 82505 
Farming. See Agriculture. 

Farnham (Charles H.) A life of Francis Parkman. 1900. - P201 

Farrar (Frederic W.) The early days of Christianity. 1897. 27001 

- The life and work of St. Paul. 2 v. maps. - 22601-2 

- The life of Christ. 2 v. 23206-7 

- The life of lives, further studies in the life of Christ. - - 23210 

- Darkness and dawn, or, scenes in the days of Nero. - - 6F4 

- Gathering clouds, a tale of the days of St. Chrysostom. - - 6F5 

Fasnacht (G. E.) Macmillan's Progressive German course, 

first year. 1904. - - - 43827 

- Macmillan's Progressive German course, second year. 1903. 43828 
Fat. See Oil. 

Fatal gift ; by F. F. Moore. 106M9 

Fate of Luke Ormerod ; by R. Dowling. 76 Dl 

Fate's handicaps ; by E. P. Finnemore. 68 F 3 

Father and son, a study of two temperaments ; by [E. W. Gosse]. G121 

Father Fabian, the monk of Malham Tower ; by E. J. Worboise. 83W17 

Fathers and children, a novel ; by I. Turgenev. - - - 49 T 2 

Fausset (A. R.) Bible cyclopaedia, ill. 22015 

Faust ; von J. W. von Goethe ; with notes. 1906. - - - 43810 

Faust ; by J. W. von Goethe. 701 G 

Faustus ; by C. Marlowe. - 701 G 

Fauth (Philip) The moon in modern astronomy. [1907]. ill. 52308 

Fear of the night, stories ; by J. S. Fletcher. - - - 30 F 2 

Fearchair-a-Ghunna. See Maclellan, Farquhar. 

Federn (Karl) Dante and his time. 1902. ill. i - - D121 

Feeling. See Touch. 

Felbermann (Louis) Hungary and its people, ill. - - - 92902 

Felix Holt, the radical ; by George Eliot. 2 copies. - - - 21 E 3 

Felkin (Alfred L.) joint-author. See Fowler (Ellen T.) 

Felkin (William) History of the machine- wrought hosiery and 

lace manufactures. 1867. Ul. 67727 

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Fell (George) The immortality of the human soul. 1906. - 23702 

Fellow-travellers [stories] ; by Graham Travers. - - - 41 T 3 

Fenelon (F. de S. de la Mothe) Letters and reflections. - 21208 

Fenelon, Francois de S. de la Mothe. St. Cyres (Viscount) 

Francois de Fenelon [a biography]. 1906. port. ill. - F161 

Fenwick's career ; by Mrs. H. Ward. 14 W 8 

Ferguson (Malcolm) An autumn tour through Orcadia and the 

north of Scotland. 1869. - - - - - - - 92104 

Ferguson (Sir S.) Lays of the western Gael, and other poems. 101 F 

Fergusson (R. M.) Alexander Hume and his intimates. 1899. ill. H091 

- Scottish social sketches of the 17th century. 1907. port. - 91834 
Fergusson (Robert) Poetical works, mem. ill. - - - 82220 
Fermentation. For list of related subjects, see Botany. 

- Schiitzenberger (P. ) On fermentation. 1886. ill. - - - 58908 

- Tyndall (J.) Fermentation and its bearings on surgery and 

medicine. In his Fragments of science, v. 2. 1902. - 50409 

Fermor (M. G. P.) Home pets, furred and feathered. 1902. ill. 63604 

Fernando the Saint. In Irving (W.) Biographies and papers. - 99508 

Fernbach (R. L.) Glues and gelatine. 1907. ill. - - - 66801 
Ferns. For lists of related subjects, see Botany. Gardening. 

- Smith (J.) Ferns, British and foreign. 1896. bibl. ill.- - 58701 

- Woolson (G. A.) Ferns, and how to grow them. 1906. ill. - 71603 
Ferreira (Octaviano G.) joint- author. See Wyllie (J. A.) 

Ferret. For list of other domestic animals, see Domestic animals. 

- Everitt (N.) Ferrets, their management. 1897. ill. - - 63609 
Ferrier (Susan E.) Memoir and correspondence. 1898. port. Fill 

- Destiny, or, the chief's daughter. 13F3 

- The inheritance. 13 F 2 

- Marriage [a novel]. 13 Fl 

Ferrier, Susan E. In Saintsbury (G. E. B.) Essays, v. 2. 1895. 82104 

Ferry of fate, a tale of Russian Jewry ; by S. Gordon. - - 40G1 
Fertilization. For list of other subjects in botany, see Botany. 

- Darwin (C.) The various contrivances by which orchids are 

fertilised by insects. 1888. ill. 58104 

Festus, a poem ; by P. J. Bailey. 1901 B 

Fetichism. For list of other religions, see Religions. 

- Haddon (A. C.) Magic and fetishism. 1906. bibl. - - 29903 
Feuillet (Octave) Le roman d'un jeune homme pauvre. - - 14F1 

Few crusted characters ; by T. Hardy. 21H13 

Fibres. For lists of related subjects, see Chemical technology. Textiles. 

- Georgievics (G. von) The chemical technology of textile fibres. 

1902. ill. 66704 

- Matthews (J. M. ) The textile fibres. 1904. bibl. ill. - - 67702 

"Their physical, microscopical, and chemical properties." 

Fichte, Johann G. F. [his life and philosophy] ; by R. Adamson. 19302 

Fickle fortune ; by E. Werner. 38 W 2 

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- Albright (E. M.) The short-story, principles, structure. 1907. 80820 

- Alison (Sir A.) The historical romance. In his Essays, v. 3. E3A3 

- Baker (E. A. ) History in fiction. [1907]. 2 v. - - -02808-9 

1. English notion. 2. American and foreign fiction. 

- Bowen (H. C. ) ed. Historical novels and tales. 1905. - - 02801 

- In Gosse (E. W.) Questions at issue. 1893. - 80403 

The tyranny of the novel. The limits of realism in fiction. 

- Jusserand (J. J.) The English novel, time of Shakespeare. - 82605 

- Raleigh (W.) The English novel, its history to [1814]. 1894. 82606 

- Ruskin (J.) Fiction, fair and foul. In his On the old road, v. 3. 70403 

- Saintsbury (G-. E. B. ) The historical novel. In his Essays, v. 2. 82104 
State of the English novel. In his Essays. - - - E9S1 

- In Stevenson (R. L. ) Memories and portraits. 1906. - - E1S4 

A gossip on romance. A humble remonstrance. [Etc.] 

- In Warner (C. D. ) The relation of literature to life [etc.] - E2W1 

Modern fiction. The novel and the common school. 

- The following is a list of names of writers of fiction contained in the 

catalogue. Each work is entered under the author's name and 
under the title. Readers who desire to find novels or romances 
dealing with any special period, locality, or subject, will derive 
much assistance from Baker's Guide to the best fiction (028*4), 
Brewer's Reader's handbook (803), and Meld's Guide to the best 
historical novels (028*4), which are on the open shelves in the 
Reading Room. 

Barry (William) Brooke (Emma) 

Bartram (George) Broughton (Rhoda) 

Bateman (May) Brown (Vincent) 

Beaconsfield (B. Disraeli, Bryde (Margaretta) 



Ackworth (John) 

Adams (Mrs. Leith) 

Adeler (Max) 

Agnus (Orme) 

Aguilar (Grace) 

Aide" (Charles Hamilton) 

Ains worth (Wm. Harrison) 

Albanesi(E. M.) 

Alcock (Deborah) 

Alden (WiUiam L.) 

Aldrich (Thomas B.) 

Alexander (Mrs.) 

Allen (Grant) 

Allen (James L.) 

Amber (Miles) 

Anstey(F.) 

Appleton (George W.) 

Arnold (Edwin L.) 

Atherton (Gertrude F.) 

Austen (Jane) 

Ay toun (William E.) 

Bacheller (Irving) 

Bagot (Richard) 

Bailey (Henry C.) 

Baker (James) 

Balfour (Andrew) 

Bangs (John K.) 

Barlow (Jane) 

Barr (Amelia E.) 

Barr (Robert) 

Barrett (Frank) 

Barrie (James M.) 

Barry (John A.) 



Earl of) 
Becke (George Louis) 
Beddoes (T. H. W.) 
Bede (Cuthbert) 
Bell (John J.) 
Bennett (Enoch Arnold) 
Benson (B. K.) 
Benson (Edward F.) 
Benson (Robert H.) 
Besant (Sir Walter) 
Birmingham (George A.) 
Bjornson (Bjornstjerne) 
Black (Margaret M.) 
Black (William) 
Blackburn (Douglas) 
Blackmore (Richard D.) 
Blake (M. M.) 
Bodkin (Matthias McD.) 
Boldrewood (Rolf) 
Boothby (Guy N.) 
Borrow (George) 
Bottom e (Phyllis) 
Braddon (Mary E.) 
Brebner (Percy J.) 
Bremer (Fredrika) 
Breton (Frederic) 
Bronte (Anne) 
Bronte (Charlotte) 
Bronte (Emily) 

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Buchan (John) 
Buchanan (Robert W.) 
Bullen (Frank T.) 
Bullock (Shan F.) 
Burchell (Sidney H.) 
Bur gin (George B.) 
Burnett (F. H.) 
Burrow (Charles K.) 
Burton (John E. Bloundelle) 
Cable (George W.) 
Caffyn (Mrs. Kathleen M.) 
Caine (Thomas H. Hall) 
Cambridge (Ada) 
Cameron (Mrs. Lovett) 
Campbell (Frances) 
Capes (Bernard E. J.) 
Carey (Rosa N.) 
Carleton (William) 
Carmichael (Philip) 
Carr (Mrs. Alice Comyns) 
Carr(M. E.) 
Carrel (Frederic) 
Castle (Agnes and Egerton) 
Castle (Egerton) 
Cervantes (Miguel de) 
Chambers (Robert W.) 
Charles (Mrs. E. R.) 
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Churchill (Winston) 
Clare (Austin) 
Clarke (Marcus) 
Clayton (Joseph) 
Cleeve (Lucas) 
Clennoll (Emily M. H.) 
Clifford (Hugh) 
Clouston (J. S.) 
Cobb (Thomas) 
Cobban (James M.) 
Cockton (Henry) 
Coleridge (Mary E.) 
Collier (William F.) 
Collins (William Wilkie) 
Compton (Herbert E.) 
Connor (Ralph) 
Conrad (Joseph) 
Constable (F. C.) 
Conway (Hugh) 
Cooper (Edward H.) 
Cooper (James Fenimore) 
Corelli (Marie) 
Cotes (Mrs. Everard) 
Couch (Arthur T. Quiller) 
Courlander (Alphonse) 
Couvreur (Mme. Jessie) 
Craddock (Charles Egbert) 
Craigie (Mrs. Pearl M. T.) 
Craik (Mrs. Dinah M.) 
Crane (Stephen) 
Crawford (Francis Marion) 
Crockett (Samuel R.) 
Croker(Mrs. B. M.) 
Cromarty (Deas) 
Cromie (Robert) 
Crommelin (May de la C.) 
Cullum (Ridgwell) 
Cunningham (Sir Henry S. 
Dale (Darley) 
Danbv (Frank) 
D'Arcy (Ella) 
Daudet (Alphonse) 
Davidson (Lillias C.) 
Davis (Richard H.) 
Dawson (Alec J.) 
Dawson (William J.) 
Dearmer (Mrs. Mabel) 
De Crespigny (Mrs. Philip 

Champion) 
Deeping (Warwick) 
Defoe (Daniel) 
De Haven (Audrey) 
Delaire (Jean) 
Deland (Margaret) 
De la Pasture (Mrs. Henry) 
Dene (Stazel) 
Desnoyers (Louis) 
Dibdin (James C.) 
Dickens (Charles) 
Dickens (Mary A.) 
Diehl (Mrs. Alice M.) 
Dix(BeulahM.) 
Dixon (Ella H.) 
Douglas (Theo) 
Dowie (Menie M.) 
Dowling (Richard) 
Doyle (Sir Arthur Conan) 
Drummond (Hamilton) 



Drury (William P.) 
Du Boisgobey (Fortune") 
Dudeney (Mrs. Henry E.) 
Dumas (Alexandre) 
Du Maurier (George) 
Dun ton (Theodore Watts) 
Ebers (Georg) 
Edge worth (Maria) 
Edwardes (Mrs. Annie) 
Edwards (Matilda Betham) 
Egerton (George) 
Eliot (George) 
Erckmann (E*mile) 
Escott (Thomas H. S.) 
Esler (Erminda R.) 
Everitt (Nicholas) 
Falconer (Lanoe) 
Falkner (John M.) 
Farjeon (Benjamin L.) 
Farrar (Frederic W.) 
Ferrier (Susan E.) 
Feuillet (Octave) 
Findlater (Jane H.) 
Findlay (James T.) 
Fimiemore (Emily P.) 
Flandrau (Charles M.) 
Fletcher (Joseph S.) 
Flynn (Thomas M.) 
Forbes (Ethel M.) 
Ford (Paul L.) 
Forster(R. H.) 
Fothergill (Jessie) 
Fowler (Edith H.) 
Fowler (Ellen T.) 
Fox (John) 
Franc (Maud J.) 
Francis (M. E.) 
) Fraser (Mrs. Hugh) 
Fraser (W. A.) 
Frederic (Harold) 
Freeman (Mrs. Mary E. 

Wilkins) 
Freeman (Richard A.) 
Fremantle (Elizabeth) 
Fullerton (Lady Georgiana) 
Galdemar (Ange) 
Gallon (Tom) 
Galsworthy (John) 
Gait (John) 
Garland (Hamlin) 
Garvice (Charles) 
Gaskell (Mrs. Elizabeth C.) 
Gerard (Dorothea) 
Gerard (Emily) 
Gerard (Morice) 
Gibbon (Charles) 
Gift (Theo) 
Gilbert (George) 
Gilchrist (Robert M.) 
Girardin (Jules) 
Gissing (Algernon) 
Gissing (George) 
Glanville (Ernest) 
Glasgow (Ellen) 
Glvn (Elinor) 
Godfrey (Elizabeth) 
Goethe (Johann W. von) 
Goldsmith (Oliver) 

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Gordon (Samuel) 
Gould (Sabine Baring) 
Graham (John) 
Graham (John W.) 
Graham (Robert B. C.) 
Graham (Winifred) 
Grahame (Kenneth) 
Grant (James) 
Gray (Maxwell) 
Green (Anna K.) 
Green (Evelyn E.) 
Grier (Svclney C.) 
Griffith (George) 
Griffiths (Arthur G. F.) 
Groot (J. Morgan de) 
Gull (Cyril A. E. Ranger) 
Habberton (John) 
Haggard (Henry Rider) 
Hales (A. G.) 
Haliburton (Thomas C.) 
Hall (Owen) 
Hamer (Sarah S.) 
Hamilton (Cosmo) 
Hamilton (Lord Ernest W.) 
Hamilton (John A.) 
Harben (Will N.) 
Hardv (Francis H.) 
Hardy (Iza D.) 
Hardy (Thomas) 
Harland (Henry) 
Harraden (Beatrice) 
Harris (Joel C.) 
Harrison (Mrs. Burton) 
Harrod (Frances) 
Harte (Francis Bret) 
Hawthorne (Julian) 
Hawthorne (Nathaniel) 
Hay (Ian) 
Heddle (Ethel F.) 
Henham (Ernest G.) 
Herrick (Robert) 
Hewlett (Maurice) 
Hichens (Robert S.) 
Hinkson (Henrv A.) 
Hinton(C. H.)" 
Hocking (Joseph) 
Hocking (Silas K.) 
Hodder (William R.) 
Holdsworth (Annie E.) 
Holmes (Oliver Wendell) 
Holroyd (Caroline C.) 
Hope (Anthony) 
Hope (Graham) 
Hopkins (Tighe) 
Hornung (Ernest W.) 
Hough (Emerson) 
Housman (Laureuce) 
Howells (William D.) 
Hudson (William H.) 
Hueffer (Ford M.) 
Hughes (Thomas) 
Hugo (Victor) 
Hume (Fergus) 
Hungerford (Mrs. Margaret 

W.) 
Hunt (Violet) 

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Irving (Washington) 
Jackson (Margaret D.) 
Jackson (Wilfrid S.) 
Jacob (Mrs. Violet) 
Jacobs (William W.) 
James (George P. R.) 
James (Henrj 7 ) 
Jameson (E. M.) 
Jefferies (Richard) 
Jenkins (Edward) 
Jerome (Jerome K.) 
Jerrold (Douglas) 
Jewctt (Sarah O.) 
Johnson (Owen) 
Johnson (Samuel) 
Johnson (William H.) 
Johnston (Henry) 
Johnston (Mary) 
Jokai (Maurus) 
Keating (Joseph) 
Keightley (Samuel R.) 
Kennedy (Sara B.) 
Kernahan (Coulson) 
King (Charles) 
King (Richard A.) 
Kingsley (Charles) 
Kingsley (Henry) 
Kipling (Rudyard) 
Knowles (Robert E.) 
Langdon (Samuel) 
Laut (Agnes C.) 
Lawless (Emily) 
Lee (Vernon) 
Le Gallienne (Richard) 
Legge (Arthur E. J.) 
Leighton (Mrs. Marie C.) 
Leland (Charles G.) 
Le Queux (William) 
Lever (Charles) 
Lewis (Alfred H.) 
Leys (John K.) 
Lindsay (Harry) 
Lin skill (Mary) 
Linton (Mrs. Elizabeth 

Lynn) 
Lloyd (Nelson) 
Locke (William J.) 
London (Jack) 
Long (John L.) 
Loti (Pierre) 
Lover (Samuel) 
Lowerison (Harry) 
Lyall (David) 
Lyall (Edna) 
Lytton (Edward G. E. 

Bulwer, Lord) 
M. (C. E.) 

Maartens (Maarten) 
McAulay (Allan) 
McCarthy (Justin) 
McCarthy (Justin H.) 
McChesney (Dora G.) 
MacDonald (George) 
MacDonald (Ronald) 
Macfarlane (Charles) 
Machen (Arthur) 
Machray (Robert) 
Macllwaine (Herbert C.) 



Mackenzie (Fergus) 
Mackenzie (Hannah B.) 
Mackie (John) 
Maclachlan (Thomas B.) 
Macleod (Norman) 
MacMahon (Ella) 
Macnaughtan (S.) 
McNulty (Edward) 
Macquoid (Katharine S.) 
Magnay (Sir William) 
Maitland (Ella F.) 
Major (Charles) 
Malet (Lucas) 
Mallock (William H.) 
Mann (Mrs. Mary E.) 
Manzoni (Alessandro) 
Marchmont (Arthur W.) 
Marriott (Charles) 
Marryat (Florence) 
Marryat (Frederick) Capt. 
Marsh (Richard) 
Martineau (Harriet) 
Mason (Alfred E. W.) 
Mason (Caroline A.) 
Mathers (Helen) 
Maugham (William S.) 
Maxwell (H.) 
Maxwell (Sir Herbert E.) 
Maxwell (William B.) 
Meade (L. T.) 
Meldrum (David S.) 
Melville (George J. Whyte) 
Melville (Herman) 
Meredith (George) 
Merrick (Leonard) 
Merriman (Henry Seton) 
Middlemass (Jean) 
Mitchell (Edmund) 
Mitchell (Silas Weir) 
Mitford (Bertram) 
Mitford(MaryR.) 
Moir (David M.) 
Montgomery (Florence) 
Montgomery (K. L.) 
Mon tremor (F. F.) 
Moore (Frank F.) 
Muddock (Joyce E. P.) 
Munro (Neil) 
Munroe (Kirk) 
Murray (David C.) 
Musseus (Johann K. A.) 
Nazarbek (Avetis) 
Needell (Mrs. J. H.) 
Neuman (B. P.) 
Newman (John H. ) Cardinal. 
Nisbet (Hume) 
Norris (Frank) 
Norris (William E.) 
O'Brien (Mrs. William) 
Ohnet (Georges) 
Oliphant (Mrs. Margaret 

O. W.) 
Oliphant (Philip L.) 
Orczy (Baroness) 
O'Reilly (John B.) 
Oxenham (John) 
Page (Thomas N.) 
Pain (Barry) 

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Paterson (William R.) 
Paton (James) 
Payn (James) 
Peacock (Thomas L.) 
Peake (Elmore E.) 
Peard (Frances M.) 
Pemberton (Max) 
Pendleton (John) 
Perrault (Claude) 
Phillpotts (Eden) 
Pickering (Sidney) 
Pickthall (Marmaduke) 
Pinkerton (Thomas) 
Plunkett (Charles H.) 
Porter (Jane) 
Powell (Frances) 
Praed (Mrs. Campbell) 
Prescott (E. Livingston) 
Prevost d'Exiles (Antoine F. ) 
Prichard (Mrs. K. H. and 

H. Hesketh) 
Pritchard (Martin J.) 
Pryce (Daisy H.) 
Pryce (Richard) 
Pugh (Edwin W.) 
Raine (Allen) 
Raymond (Walter) 
Reade (Charles) 
Reed (Myrtle) 
Reynolds (Mrs. Baillie) 
Reynolds (Mrs. Fred) 
Rhys (Ernest) 
Rhys (Grace) 
Rice (Mrs. Alice H.) 
Richardson (Frank) 
Rich ter (Jean P. F.) 
Riddell(Mrs. J. H.) 
Ridge (William Pett) 
Rita 

Ritchie (Anne T., Lady) 
Roberts (Charles G. D.) 
Roberts (Morley) 
Robinson (Frederick W.) 
Roe (A. S.) 
Roe (Edward P.) 
Roy (George) 
Russell (Dora) 
Russell (William Clark) 
St. Aubyn (Alan) 
Sand (George) 
Sandeman (Mina) 
Saunders (Margaret B.) 
Schreiner (Olive) 
Scott (Michael) 
Scott (Sir Walter) 
S^gur (Comtesse de) 
Sergeant (Adeline) 
Sewell (Elizabeth M.) 
Sharp (Evelyn) 
Sharp (William) 
Sheehan (Patrick A.) 
Sheldon (Charles M.) 
Shiel (Matthew P.) 
Shorthouse (Joseph H.) 
Sidgwick (Mrs. Alfred) 
Sienkiewicz (Henryk) 
Silberrad (Una L.) 



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Simpson (Robert) 
Bmeaton (William H. 0.) 
Bmedley (Frank E.) 
Smith (Francis H.) 
Snaith (John C.) 
Somerville (E. (E.) 
South worth t (Mrs. ) 
Souvestre (Emile) 
Speight (Thomas W.) 
Stacpoole (Henry de Vere) 
Steel (Mrs. Flora A.) 
Stephens (Riccardo) 
Steuart (John A.) 
Stevenson (Robert L.) 
Stockton (Frank R.) 
Stoker (Bram) 
Stowe (Mrs. Harriet B.) 
Strain (Mrs. Euphans H.) 
Stuart (Esme) 
Sutcliffe (Halliwell) 
Swan (Annie S.) 
Swift (Jonathan) 
Tanqueray (Mrs. Bertram) 
Tarkington (Booth) 
Tautphceus (Baroness) 
Thackeray (William M.) 
Thomas (Annie) 
Thompson (Maurice) 



Tracy (Louis) 
T ravers (Graham) 
Trollope (Anthony) 
Truscott (L. P.) 
Turgenev (Ivan) 
Twain (Mark) 
Tweedale (Violet) 
Tynan (Katharine) 
Tytler (Sarah) 
Upward (Allen) 
Yachell (Horace A.) 
Vaizey (Mrs. George de H.) 
Vallings (Harold) 
Vaughan (Owen) 
Vovnich (Mrs. Ethel L.) 
Walford (Mrs. Lucy B.) 
Wallace (Lew) 
Waltz (Elizabeth C.) 
Ward (Mrs. Humphry) 
Ward (Mrs. Wilfrid) 
Warden (Florence) 
Warner (Susan) 
Warren (Samuel) 
Watson (Henry B. M.) 
Watson (John) 
Webb (Frank) 
Webster (Henry K.) 
Wedmore (Frederick) 
Wells (David D.) 



Thompson (Vance) 

Thurston (Mrs. KatherineC.) Wells (Herbert G.) 
Tirebuck (William E.) Werner (E.) 

Tolstoy (Count Lyof N.) Westall (William) 
Topffer (Rodolphe) Westcott (Edward X.) 



Weyman (Stanley J.) 
Wharton (Edith) 
Whishaw (Fred) 
Whitby (Beatrice) 
White (Percy) 
White (Roma) 
White (Stewart E.) 
White (William H.) 
Whiteing (Richard) 
Wiggin (Kate D.) 
Williams (George) 
Williamson (Mrs. Charles X.) 
Williamson (Marjorie) 
Wilson (Augusta J. E.) 
Wilson (James M.) 
Winter (John Strange) 
Wiseman (Nicholas P.) 
Wister (Owen) 
Wood (H. F.) 
Wood (Mrs. Henry) 
Woodroffe (Daniel) 
Woods (Mrs. Margaret L.) 
Worboise (Emma J.) 
Wyllarde (Dolf) 
Wynne (May) 
Yeats (Sidney L.) 
Yonge (Charlotte M.) 
Yorke (Curtis) 
Yoxall (James H.) 
Zack 

Zangwill (Israel) 
Zimmermann (Marie) 
Zola (Emile) 



Fiddes (Edward) and others. Historical essays. 1907. maps. 90406 
Fiedler (H. G.) and Sandbach (F. E.) A first German course 

for science students. 1906. ill. 43804 

Field (L. and F. A.) Candle manufacture. In Lighting. 1895. ill. 66505 

Field (Walter T.) Finger posts to children's reading. 1907. - 02811 

Field and hedgerow, essays ; by R. Jefferies. 1904. - - - 50413 

Fieldhouse (Arthur) The student's business methods. 1907. 65805 

- The student's complete commercial book-keeping. 1907. - 65703 
Fielding, Henry. Dobson (H. A.) The Covent-Garden Journal. 

In his Side- walk studies. 1902. E2D1 

- Stephen (Sir L.) Fielding's novels. In his Hours in a library. E4S2 

- In Thackeray (W. M.) English humourists. 2 copies. - - 12T7 

Fiery dawn ; by M. E. Coleridge. 70 CI 

Fife. Mackay (^E. J. G.) A sketch of the history of Fife. 1890. 92504 

- Stevenson (R. L. ) Random memories. In his Across the 

plains, with other essays. 1905. E1S2 

Fifth queen ; by F. M. Hueffer. 99H1 

Fifth queen crowned, a romance ; by F. M. Hueffer. - - 99 H 3 
A sequel to " Privy seal," 99 H 4. 

Fights for the flag ; by W. H. Fitchett. 1904. ill. maps. - 91409 

Fille du chanoine ; par E. F. V. About ; with notes. ' 1898. - 44866 

Final war, a story ; by L. Tracy. 40 Tl 

Finance. For list of related subjects, see Political economy. 

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Finance. In Cobden (R. ) Speeches. 1903. .... 82719 

- Lawson (W. R.) American finance, domestic. 1906. - - 33601 

- See also National debt. Taxation. 

Finding the way [Christian life] ; by J. R. Miller. 1904. - - 17116 

Findlater (Jane H. ) The green graves of Balgowrie. - - 18F2 

- The story of a mother. 18F1 

Findlay (Alex.) Practical physical chemistry. 1906. ill. - 54201 

Findlay (James T.) The chosen, a love story. - - - . - 21F1 

Finger of God, miracles of Jesus ; by T. H. Wright. 1903. - 22711 
Finger prints. For list of related subjects, see Photography. 

- Cromwell (0.) Finger-print photography. 1907. ill. - - 77801 
Finlay (George) A history of Greece. 1877. 7 v. port. - 93813-9 
Finlayson (James) Life and works of Dr. Robert Watt. 1897. W051 
Finlayson (Thomas C.) Biological religion. 1895. - - - 21509 

"Criticism of Drummond's ' Natural law in the spiritual world,' " 21503. 

Finnemore (Emily P. ) Fate's handicaps. 68F3 

- A king of shreds and patches, a novel. 68F1 

Fionn. See White (Henry). 

First aid. For list of related subjects, see Medicine. 

- Cullen (W.) Ambulance illustrated. 1905. - 61405 

- Warwick (F. J.) and Tunstall (A. C.) "First aid" to injured. 61326 
First Fleet family ; by G. Louis Becke and W. Jeffery. - - 35 Bl 

First men in the moon ; by H. G. Wells. 89 W 2 

First person singular, a novel ; by D. C. Murray. - - - 126 M 8 

First violin, a novel ; by J. Fothergill. 42F2 

Firth (John B.) Augustus Csesar [life and times]. 1903. ill. - A121 
Fiscal problem. See Free trade and protection. 

Fish (Arthur) Henrietta Rae, Mrs. Ernest Normand. 1905. ill. R151 
Fish, fishing. For lists of related subjects, see Agriculture. Fossils. 
Sports. 

- Buckland (F.) Natural history of British fishes. 1891. - - 59701 

- Dean (B.) Fishes, living and fossil. 1895. ill. - - - 59703 

- Hamilton (R.) A history of British fishes. 2 v. col. ill. - 59704-5 

- Lambert (T. W.) Fishing in British Columbia. 1907. - - 79914 

- Owen (Sir R.) The comparative anatomy and physiology of the 

vertebrate animals, fishes. 1846. ill. - 59702 

- Walton (I.) and Cotton (C.) The complete angler, ill. - - 79903 

- Wright (S.) The romance of the world's fisheries, ill. - - 63903 

- See also Salmon. Trout. Whaling. 

Fisher (A. H.) The cathedral church of Hereford. 1898. ill. 72602 

Fisher (Alex.) Art of enamelling upon metal. 1906. col. ill. - 75102 

Fisher (Chas. H.) Reminiscences of a falconer. 1901. port. ill. 79907 

Fisher (George P.) The reformation [a history]. 1906. - - 27013 

Fisher (Irving) The nature of capital and income. 1906. - 33121 

Fisher (Osmond) Physics of the earth's crust. 1881. - - 55119 

Fishers of men [home mission work] ; by J. E. W. Ditchfield. - 25603 

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Fison (A. H.) The evolution of double stars. In Lectures. 1906. 50421 
Fitchett (William H.) The beliefs of unbelief. 1908. - - 23919 
f 1 Studies in the alternatives to faith." 

- Deeds that won the Empire. 1905. ill. - 91418 

- Fights for the flag. 1904. ill. plans. 91409 

- How England saved Europe, 1793-1815. 1900-3. 4 v. ill. 91419-22 
Fitz-Boodle papers ; by W. M. Thackeray. 2 copies. - - 12 T 9 
Fitzgerald (C. C. P. ) Adm. Rooke. 7?iFrom Howard to Nelson. 99609 
FitzGerald (Edward) trans. Rubaiyat ; by Omar Khayyam. - 101 
FitzGerald, Edward. In Gosse (E. W. ) Critical kit-kats. 1896. E6G1 

- Wright (T.) The life of Edward FitzGerald. 1904. 2 v. port. F041-2 
Fitzgerald (Percy H.) Lady Jean, the great Douglas cause, ill. D151 

- The life of Charles Dickens. 1905. 2 v. ill. - - - D 042-3 
Fitz-Gerald (W. B.) The young. In Citizen of to-morrow. 1906.30409 
Fitzpatrick (Sir James P.) Jock of the bushveld. ill. - - 79917 

- The Transvaal from within. 1899. 96602 

Five nations [poems] ; by P. Kipling. 1903. .... 401K 
Five notions [parodies in verse] ; by T. W. H. Crosland. 1903. 901 C 

Five old friends ; by Lady Ritchie. 37 R 2 

Five windows of the soul [the senses] ; by E. H. Aitken. 1906. 15201 
Fives. For list of other sports, see Sports. 

- Ainger (A. C.) [The game of] Fives. 1890. ill. - - - 79609 
Flandrau (Charles M.) The diary of a freshman. - - - 27 Fl 
Flannery (Thomas) For the tongue of the Gael, essays. 1907. 89107 
Flatters (Abraham) The cotton plant. 1906. - - - 63303 
Flax. Patterson (Sir R. L. ) Linen and flax. In British industries. 33804 
Flaxius, leaves from the life of an immortal ; by C. G. Leland. - 82 LI 
Fleming, Margaret. In Brown (J.) Horse subsecivse, v. 3. 1897. E2B3 

- Macbean (L.) The story of Pet Marjorie. 1904. port. ill. - F131 
Fletcher (Banister) Arbitrations, a text-book. 1904. - - 69206 

- Quantities, a text-book. 1903. ill. 69203 

Fletcher(C. R. L.) Gustavus Adolphus and Protestantism. 1903. G141 

- An introductory history of England to [1660]. 2 v. - - 91237-8 
Fletcher (J. M. J.) Mrs. Wightman of Shrewsbury. 1906. ill. W141 
Fletcher (John) Poems. 7?i Specimens of English dramatic poets. 82508 
Fletcher (Joseph S.) The fear of the night, stories.- - - 30F2 

- Highcroft Farm. 30F1 

Flight of the shadow ; by G. MacDonald. 10M20 

Flint (Robert) Anti-theistic theories. 1879. .... 21101 

- Vico [his life and philosophy]. 1901. 19501 

Flitch of bacon, a tale ; by W. H. Ains worth. 2 copies. - - 16 A 9 
Florence. Ross (J.) Old Florence and modern Tuscany. 1904. 93708 

- Ruskin (J.) Mornings in Florence, Christian art. 1903. - 70901 

- In Symons (A.) Cities of Italy. 1907. ' 93624 

Florida. Knight of Elvas and others. The career of Hernando 

de Soto in the conquest of Florida. 1905. 2 v. maps. 97502-3 

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FLO GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Flower-o'-the-corn ; by S. R. Crockett. 120C14 

Flower of forgiveness [stories] ; by Mrs. F. A. Steel. - - 111 SI 

Flower of France ; by J. H. McCarthy. 5M2 

Flower of the forest ; by C. Gibbon. 21 G8 

Flowers. For lists of related subjects, see Botany. Gardening. 

- Henslow (G.) How to study wild flowers. 1906. ill. - - 58205 

- Hulme (F. E.) Wild flowers in their seasons. 1907. col. ill.- 58211 

- Jefferies (R.) Wild flowers. In his The open air. 1905. - 50404 

- Jekyll (G.) Flower decoration in the house. 1907. ill. - 71601 

- Maeterlinck (M.) Life and flowers. 1907. .... E8M1 

The intelligence of flowers. 
Old-fashioned flowers. 1906. col. ill. - 71608 

- Praeger (R. L.) Open-air studies in botany, wild-flowers, ill. 58204 

- Richmond (I. L.) Flowers and fruit for the home. 1907. ill. 71604 

- Step (E.) Wayside and woodland blossoms. 1905-6. 2 v. ill.- 58206-7 

- See also Rose. 

Fluids. For list of related subjects, see Physics. 

- In Deschanel (A. P.) Natural philosophy, v. 1. 1902. ill. - 53002 

- Loney (S. L.) Hydrostatics for beginners. 1907. ill. - - 53103 
Flynn (Thomas M.) A Celtic fireside [stories]. - 72F1 
Folk-lore. For list of related subjects, see Customs. 

- Campbell (J. F.) ed. Tales of the west Highlands. 4 v. ill. 39803-6 

- Campbell (J. G. ) Witchcraft and second sight in the Highlands 

and islands of Scotland. 1902. 39818 

- Dasent (Sir G. W.) Popular tales from the Norse. - - - 39813 

- Flannery (T.) Mediseval Irish tales. In his For the tongue of 

the Gael. 1907. 89107 

- Kipling (R.) The jungle book [stories]. 28K1 

The second jungle book. 28 K 2 

Just so stories. 28 K 3 

- Mtiller (F. Max) Mythology and folk-lore. In his Works, v. 8. E5M4 

- See also Legends. Mythology. Proverbs. Superstition. Witchcraft. 
Folk of the wild [animal life] ; by B. Atkey. 1907. ill. - - 59118 
Folliott (Thomas) The poetic spirit, studies. 1906. - - 80103 
Follows (George H.) Dictionary of mechanical drawing. 1906. 62005 
Fonritng. See Shorthand. 

Fontainebleau. In Stevenson (R. L.) Across the plains [etc.] - E1S2 
Fontenelle. Bernard le B. de. In Sainte-Beuve (C. A.) Essays. - E11S2 
Fontenoy. Skrine (F. H.) Fontenoy, 1741-8. 1906. bibl. ill. maps. 93007 
Food. For lists of related subjects, see Chemical technology. Health. 

- In Bailey (E. H. S.) Sanitary and applied chemistry. 1906. - 61411 

- Hausner (A. ) Manufacture of preserved foods. 1902. ill. - 66403 

- Mann (R. J.) Familiar lectures on food and drink, ill.- - 61313 

- Thompson (Sir H.) Diet in relation to age and activity. 1901. 61312 

- See also Beverages. Bread. Chocolate. Fruit. Sugar. Vegetarianism. 
Food of the gods ; by H. G. Wells. ------ 89W4 

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Fool errant ; by M. Hewlett. 57H2 

Foolish marriage, an Edinburgh story ; by A. S. Swan. - - 148 S 45 
Football. For list of other sports, see Sports. 

- Rahilly( J. J.) Rugby football. 1904. 79705 

- Walker (P.) How to play association football. 1905. ill. - 79704 
Footfalls on the boundary of another world [Spiritualism] ; by 

R. D. Owen. 1899. - - - - ' - - - - 13302 

For Abigail, a west country story ; by S. K. Hocking. - - 67 H 6 

For dawn or twilight, anthology [meditations] ; by R. F. Horton. 24207 

For England's sake, verses and songs ; by W. E. Henley. 1900. 603 H 

For faith and freedom ; by Sir W. Besant. - - - - 49 B 9 

For honour and life, a tale ; by W. Westall. - - - - 41 Wl 

For light and liberty ; by S. K. Hocking. 67H7 

For love and ransom, a story ; by Esme Stuart. - - - 136 S3 

For love of her [and other stories] ; by G. N. Boothby. - - 72 B 2 

For richer, for poorer ; by E. H. Fowler. 44F1 

For the term of his natural life ; by M. Clarke. 2 copies. - 54 CI 

Forbes (A. G.) The empires and cities of Asia. map. - - 94308 

Forbes (Ethel M.) A heart's harmony. 34F1 

Forbes (George) Course of lectures on electricity. 1888. - 53705 
Force. For list of related subjects, see Mechanics. 

- Glazebrook ( R. T.) Dynamics, elementary text-book. 1902.- 53101 

- Tyndall (J.) Matter and force. In his Fragments, v. 2. 1902. 50409 
Ford (Douglas) Admiral Vernon and the navy, a memoir. 1907. ill. V051 
Ford (John) Poems. In Specimens of English dramatic poets. 82508 
Ford (Paul L.) The great K. and A. train-robbery. - - - 37 F 2 

- Janice Meredith, a story. 37 Fl 

Ford (Richard) Gatherings from Spain. 93420 

Ford (Robert) The heroines of Burns. 1906. mem. port. - 82404 

- Thistledown, a book of Scottish humour [etc.] ill. - - 91817 

- ed. Vagabond songs and ballads of Scotland. 1904. mus. - 82233 

Ford [a novel]; by A. E. J. Legge. 81L1 

Foreign Office. Hertslet (Sir E.) Old Foreign Office. 1901. ill. H081 
Foreign relations. For list of related subjects, see Political science. 

- Cobden (R.) Foreign policy. In his Speeches. 1903. - - 82719 

- The foreign policy of Lord Rosebery. 32701 

"Two chapters in recent politics, 18S6 and 1S92-5, with extracts from 
Lord Rosebery's speeches." 

- Mahan (A. T.) Retrospect and prospect. 1902. - - - 32703 

11 Studies in international relations, naval and political." 

- Walpole (Sir S.) Foreign relations. 1882. .... 32702 
Forest days, or, Robin Hood ; by G. P. R. James. - - - 6J21 

Forest hearth [a romance] ; by C. Major. 139 M 2 

Forest tithes, studies from nature ; by J. A. O. Visger and D. Jordan. 59031 
Forestry. For list of related subjects, see Agriculture. 

- Curtis (C. E, ) Practical forestry. 1908. .... 63402 

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Forestry. Roclway (J.) The story of forest and stream. 1897. ill. 63401 

- See also Trees. 

Forrkst (David W.) The authority of Christ. 1906. - - 23211 

- The Christ of history and of experience. 1906. - - - 23218 
Fors clavigera, letters to workmen ; by J. Ruskin. 4 v. - - 30404-7 
Forster (Henry 0. A.) Our great city, London. 1903. ill. - 91723 
Forster (John) The life of Charles Dickens, ill. - - D041 

Forster (R. H.) In steel and leather. 75F1 

Forsyth (David) Linear perspective. 1890. ill. - - - 51501 

Forsyth (William) Highland homilies [sermons]. 1907. port. 25229 
Fort Johnson. Reid (W. M.) Story of old Fort Johnson. 1906. ill. 97318 

Fortescue (Adrian) The Orthodox Eastern Church. 1907. ill. 28102 
Forth. Dickson (J.) Emeralds chased in gold, the islands of the 

Forth. 1899. ill. 92008 

Fortune-telling. Grand Orient. Handbook of cartomancy. 1891. 13305 

Fortunes a-begging, a romance ; by T. Gallon. - - - - 6G2 

Fortune's cap ; by Mrs. M. E. Mann. 40 M 3 

Fortune's favourite ; by E. J. Worboise. 83W13 

Fortune's fool ; by J. Hawthorne. 41H1 

Fortunes of Cyril Denham ; by E. J. Worboise. - - - 83 W 12 

Fortunes of Nigel ; by Sir W. Scott. 3 copies. - - - - 35 S 5 

Forty -five guardsmen ; by A. Dumas. - - - 58 D 2 

A sequel to " Chicot the jester," 58D15. 
Fossils. For list of other branches of science, see Science. 

- Dawson (Sir J. W.) Chain of life in geological time. 1885. - 56002 

- - Relics of primeval life. 1897. ill. 56001 

- In Hunter (J.) Essays on natural history [etc.] 1861. - - 59104 

- See also Corals. Fish, fishing. Man, Natural history of. 

Foster (Charles) Story of the Bible, Genesis to Revelation. - 22003 

Foster (G. C.) and Porter (A. W.) Electricity and magnetism, ill. 53802 

Foster (John) The evils of popular ignorance. - 17013 
Foster (Sir Michael) A text book of physiology, v. 1-4. ill. 61207-10 
"Chemical basis of the animal body"; by A. S. Lea, 61212, is an 
appendix to the above. 

Fothergill (Jessie) The first violin, a novel. - 42F! 

- Oriole's daughter. 42F; 

- Probation, a novel. 2 copies. 42F. 

Foul play ; by C. Reade and D. Boucicault. - - - - 16RK 
Foulis, Robert and Andrew. In The literary history of Glasgow. 

1886. port. 6550] 

Found dead [stories] ; by J. Payn. 18P6 

Foundations. For list of related subjects, see Building. 

- Patton (W. M.) A practical treatise on foundations. 1906. - 72101 
Founding. For list of other industries, see Industries. 

- McWilliam (A. ) and Longmuir (P. ) Foundry practice. 1907. ill. 67K 

- West (T. D.) American foundry practice. 1906. ill. - - 6710S 

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Founding. West (T. D.) Moulders' text-book. 1903. ill. - 67103 
• " Part II. of ' American foundry practice.'" 

- See also Copper. Iron. Pattern- making. 

Fountain (Paul) Great mountains and forests of S. America. - 97801 

Fountain sealed ; by Sir W. Besant. 49 B 8 

Four meetings ; by H. James. 7J7 

14000 miles, a carriage, and two women [in U.S.A.]; by F. S. 

Howe. 1906. ill. 97319 

Fourth generation ; by Sir W. Besant. 49B12 

Fowler (Edith H.) For richer, for poorer. .... 44F1 

Fowler (Elles T.) Concerning Isabel Carnaby. - - - 45 F 4 

- Cupid's garden [stories]. - - - - - - - 45 F 2 

- A double thread. - 45 Fl 

- Sirius, and other stories. 45 F 3 

- and Felkin (A. L.) Kate of Kate Hall. 45 F 5 

Fowler (George L.) Locomotive breakdowns. 1903. ill. - 62106 

Fowler (J. H.) A manual of essay -writing. 1899. 2 copies. - 42805 

- ed. English essays, selected, models for composition. 1907. - 82715 
Fowler, Sir John, engineer, Life of ; by T. Mackay. 1900. port. F081 
Fowler (W. H.) Steam boilers and supplementary appliances. - 62147 

Fowler [a novel] ; by B. Harraden. 24H3 

Fox (Arthur W. ) The rating of land values. 1906.- - - 33302 
Fox, Charles J. Hammond (J. L. Le B.) C. J. Fox, a political 

study. 1903. bill. F051 

- Landor (W. S.) C. J. Fox, his life and character. 1907. port. F053 

- Trevelyan (Sir G. O.) Early history of Charles J. Fox. - - F052 
Fox (George) Journal ; ed. by P. L. Parker. 1905. - - F031 

An account of the early Quakers. 

Fox (John) A knight of the Cumberland. 47 F 2 

- The little shepherd of Kingdom Come. - - - 47 Fl 
Fox (Thomas W.) The mechanism of weaving. 1907. ill. - 67709 
Fox. For list of related subjects, see Mammals. 

- Roberts (C. G. D.) Pved fox [life and habits]. 1905. ill. - 59910 

- Talbot (J. S.) Foxes at home. 1906. ill. - 59911 

Foxe (John) The book of martyrs. 27201 

Foxe, John. Adams (W. H. D.) "Book of martyrs." In his 

Famous books. 02810 

Foyer breton, contes et recits ; par E. Sou vestre. - - - 95 SI 

'Fram.' Nansen (F.) Farthest north. 1904. ill. maps. - - 99410 
11 The voyage of the ' Fram,' 1S93-6." 

Franc (Maud J.) Into the light. 48 Fl 

France. Alison (Sir A.) France in 1833. In his Essays, v. 2. 1S50. E3A2 

- In Buckle (H. T.) History of civilization, v. 2. 1903. bihl. 90304 

- Edwards (M. B.) Literary rambles in France. 1907. ill. • 93116 

- Francois (C.) From Valmy to Waterloo, diary [1775-1853]. - F091 

- Gibson (C.) Amoug French inns, rural France. 1906. ill. • 93107 

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France. Graham (H. G.) Society in France before the revolution. 

In his Literary and historical essays. 1908. - - - E4G1 

- Guizot(F. P. G.) The history of France [587 B.C.— A. I). 1789]. ill. 93104 

- Guthrie (A.) Eowley letters from France and Italy. 1907. ill. 93306 

- Jervis (W. H.) A history of France to 1870. 1902. ill. maps. 93110 

- Kennedy (B.) Pyrenees to Paris. In his Wander pictures. - 91605 

- Kingsley (C.) The ancien regime. In his Lectures. 1902. - 90403 

- Maud (C. E.) Felicity in France [social studies]. 1906. - 93108 

- Morley (J.) France, eighteenth century. In his Miscellanies. E3M3 

- O'Rell (Max) Jacques Bonhomme [sketches of French life]. - 93106 

- Rose (J. H.) Revolutionary and Napoleonic era, 1789-1815. - 93112 

- Saint-Elme (I.) Memoirs of a contemporary. 1903. ill. - S141 

" Reminiscences of certain makers of French history from 1790 to 1815." 

- Stevenson (R. L.) An inland voyage. 1904. - 93102 

- Thierry (J. N. A.) Recits des temps merovingiens; notes. 2 v. 44861-2 

- Voltaire (F. M. A. de) Siecle de Louis XIV. - 93105 

- Wendell (B.) The France of today [impressions]. 1907. - 93117 

- Yorke (H. R.) France in eighteen hundred and two. 1906. - 93109 

"With biographical appendix" of persons mentioned in the work. 

- Young (A.) Travels in France, 1787-9. 1900. map. - - 93103 

- See also Franco-German war. 

France, Revolutions. In Alison (Sir A.) Essays, v. 1. 1850. - E3A1 

French revolution of 1830. Fall of the throne of the barricades [1848]. 

- Bagehot (W. ) Letters on coup d'etat of 1851. In his Studies. E5B3 

- Benvenuti (F. F.) Episodes of the French revolution, 1789-95. 93209 

- Burke (E.) Reflections on the revolution in France. - - 93208 

- Carlyle (T.) The French revolution [1774-95]. 1891-3. 3 v. - 93201-3 

1. The Bastille. 2. The constitution. 3- The guillotine. 
Parliamentary history of French revolution. In his Essays. E1C3 

- Harrison (F. ) Histories of the French revolution. In his 

Choice of hooks, and other pieces. 1903. - - - E4H1 

- Lamartine (A. M. L. de) The French revolution of 1848. 1891. 93207 

- Normanby (Marquis of) A year of revolution, 1848. 2 v. 93210-11 

- Stern (Daniel) Les journees de juin, 1848. 1907. map. - 44870 

- See also Diamond necklace. 
Francia, Jose G. R. In Carlyle (T.) Essays, v. 7. - - - E1C7 
Francis of Assisi, St. Cherance (L. de) Francis of Assisi. port. F17: 

- In Stephen (Sir J.) Essays in ecclesiastical biography. - - 998K 
Francis of Sales, St. [a biography] ; by A. de Margerie. 1900.- F07] 
Francis (M. E.) Maime o' the corner. 50F: 

- Wild wheat, a Dorset romance. 50 F: 

Francis Cludde, Story of ; by S. J. Weyman. - - - 45W! 
Franco-German war. Corvin (O.) In France with the Germans. 

1872. 2v. 93118- 

Francois (Charles) Valmy to Waterloo, diary [1775-1853]. - F091 
Frank Fairlegh [a story] ; by F. E. Smedley. - - - - 81 S: 

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Frank Hilton, or, " The Queen's Own" ; by J. Grant. 2 copies. 51G9 
Frank Mildruay, or, the naval officer ; by Captain F. Marryat. 52M10 
Frankenfield (Budd) joint-author. See Swexson (Bernard V.) 
Franklin (Bexjamin) Autobiography [with] continuation, port. F014 
Franklin, Benjamin. Morse (J. T.) Franklin [a biography]. 1S89. F013 

- Thayer (W. M.) Franklin [a biography].' 1900. port. ill. - F012 
Franklin, Sir John, and the North-west Passage ; by G. B. Smith. F181 
Fraps (G. S.) Principles of dyeing. 1903. ill. - - - 66701 
Fraser (Alex. C. ) Berkeley [his life and philosophy]. 1890. - 19204 
Fraser, Daniel, Memoirs of ; by L. A. Fraser. 1905. bibl. port. ill. F121 
Fraser (Duncan) Angling songs from Border streams. 1907. ill. 201 F 
Fraser (Edward) Famous fighters of the fleet. 1904. ill. - 35904 
Fraser (Mrs. Hugh) The slaking of the sword, tales. - - 51 F 2 
Fraser (James) Manuscript, 1696-1737. 1889. 2 v. port. ill. F101-2 

Fraser (W. A.) The Sa'-Zada tales. 70F1 

Fraser (Sir William) Disraeli and his day. 1891. - - B251 
Frazer (James G. ) ed. Passages of the Bible. 1899. - - 22004 
Frederic (Harold) Gloria mundi. 55 Fl 

- The market-place. 55 F 2 

Frederick the Great. Carlyle (T.) Frederick the Great. 10 v. - F021-10 
The battles of Frederick the Great [from above], plans. - F0212 

- In Macaulay (Lord) Works. 82827 

- Reddaway(W. F.) Frederick the Great and Prussia, port. ill. F0211 

- In Sainte-Beuve (C. A.) Essays, v. 1. 1901. port. - - E11S1 

- Schrader (F.) Friedrich der Grosse ; with notes. 1902. map. 43831 
Free trade and protection. For related subjects, see Political economy. 

- In Alison (Sir A.) Essays, v. 1, 3. 1850. - - -E3A1, E3A3 

1. Free trade and protection. The crowning of the column and 
crushing of the pedestal. Free trade at its zenith. 3. Free-trude reform 
and nuance. 

- Amery (L. S.) Fundamental fallacies of free trade. 1906. - 33708 

- Berard(V. ) British imperialism, commercial supremacy. 1906. 33711 

- Churchill (W. L. S.) For free trade, speeches. 1906. - - 33709 

- In Cobden (R.) Speeches. 1903. 82719 

- Cunningham (W.) The wisdom of the wise. 1906. - - 33707 

- Guyot (Y. ) The comedy of protection. 1906. - - - 33706 

- Haldane (R. B. ) Fiscal policy. In his Army reform [etc.] 1907. 35510 

A leap into the unknown. Mr. Balfour and free trade. An alternative 
policy. 

- Mills (J. S.) Landmarks of British fiscal history. 1907. - 33703 

- Pierce (F.) The tariff and the trusts. 1907. - 33704 

- Root (J. W.) Colonial tariffs. 1906. 33710 

- Welsford (J. W.) Strength of nations. 1907. bihl. - - 33705 

An historical examination of the fiscal question, favourable to protection. 
Free will. Hobbes (T.«) Liberty, necessity, and chance. In his 

English works, v. 5. 1841. 19213 

Freedom's sword, a tale of Wallace and Bruce ; by A. S. Swan. 148S18 

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Freeholder ; by J. Addison. In his Works, v. 4-5. - - - E1A5-6 

Freeman (Edward A.) Sketch of European history. 1905. maps. 91007 

Freeman, Edward A. In Bryce (J.) Contemporary biography. - 99606 

Freeman (F. L. ) Religious and social work amongst girls. 1904. 25602 

Freeman (Mrs. Mary E. Wilkins) The debtor, a novel. - 76 Fl 

- A humble romance, and other stories. 76F3 

- The wind in the rose-bush, and other stories. - - - 76 F 2 
Freeman (Richard A.) The golden pool, a story. - - - 69F1 
Freemasonry. De Quincey (T. ) The origin of the rosicrucians and 

freemasons. With his English opium-eater. - - - E1D1 

Freer (Ada M. Goodrich) In a Syrian saddle. 1905. - - 94413 
Fremantle (Sir Edmund R.) Adm. Hawke ; Boscawen. In 

From Howard to Nelson. 1907. 99609 

Fremantle (Elizabeth) Comrades two. 71 Fl 

French language. See Language, French. 

French literature. See Literature, French. 

Frere (John H. ) Selections. In Poets and poetry. - - - 82415 

Frere ( W. H. ) and Douglas (C. E. ) eds. Puritan manifestos. 1907. 28505 

Friederichs (Hulda) Romance of the Salvation Army. 1907. 26701 

Friend Olivia ; by A. E. Barr. 18B4 

Friend with the countersign ; by B. K. Benson. - - - 45B3 

A sequel to "Who goes there? " 45 B 4. 

Friendly counsels ; by F. B. Meyer. 1901. ... - 17119 

Friendly foes ; by Sarah Ty tier. 57 T4 

Friendly societies. Jacks (W.) Benefit and influences of friendly 

societies. In his Singles from life's gathering. 1903. - E1J1 
Friends in council, a series of readings ; by [Sir A. Helps]. 2 v. E6H1-2 

Friends that fail not, essays [about] books ; by C. Headlam. - E7H1 

Friendship. In Thorold (A. W.) The yoke of Christ. 1897. - 17115 

Friendships of Veronica ; by T. Cobb. 66 C 2 

[Friswell (James Hain)] The gentle life, essays. 2 v. - - E1F1-2 

Froebel (Friedrich W. A.) The education of man. 1906. - 37103 

- Letters on the kindergarten. 1891. 37102 

Froissart (Jean) Chronicles ; trans, by Lord Berners. - - 91004 
Froissart, Jean. Stephen (Sir J. F.) Froissart's Chronicles. 

In his Horae Sabbaticae, v. 1. 1892. - - - - E3S1 

From a college window [essays] ; by A. C. Benson. 1906. - E4B1 

From an island ; by Lady Ritchie. 37 R 3 

From door to door, romances ; by B. E. J. Capes. - - - 16 Cl 

From exile ; by J. Payn. 18P7 

From jest to earnest ; by E. P. Hoe. 56R1 

From log-cabin to White House, Garfield's life ; by W. M. Thayer. G031 

From one generation to another ; by Henry Seton Merriman. - 85 M 6 

From paleolith to motor car, tales ; by H. Lowerjson. - - 57L1 

From tan-yard to White House, Grant's life ; by W. M. Thayer. G011 

From the garden to the cross ; by A. B. Cameron. 1896. - 23232 

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From the hills of dream, poems ; by W. Sharp. 1907. - - 2001 S 
From the memoirs of a minister of France ; by S. J. Weyman. - 45W10 
From Valmy to Waterloo, diary [1775-1853] ; by C. Francois. 1906. F091 
Frondes agrestes, readings in " Modern painters"; by J. Ruskin. 70109 
Froude, Hurrell, memoranda and comments ; by L. I. Guiney. port. F141 
Froude (James A.) Oceana, or, England and her colonies. 1905. 32502 

- Short studies on great subjects. 1903-5. 4 v. - - - E2F1-4 

1. The science of history. Times of Erasmus and Luther. Influence 
of the reformation on the Scottish character. Plea for the free discussion 
of theological difficulties. Criticism and the Gospel history. The book of 
Job. Spinoza. Dissolution of the monasteries. England's forgotten 
worthies [navigators of the lGth century]. Homer. Lives of the saints. 
[Emerson's] Representative men. Reynard the fox. The cat's pilgrimage. 
2. Calvinism. A bishop of the twelfth century [St. Hugh of Lincoln]. 
Newman on 'The grammar of assent.' Condition and prospects of Pro- 
testantism. England and her colonies. A fortnight in Kerry. Reciprocal 
duties of state and subject. Progress. The colonies once more. Education. 
England's war. Ireland since the Union. Scientific method applied 
to history. 3. Annals of an English abbey [St. Albans]. Revival of 
Romanism. Sea studies [Euripides]. Society in Italy in the last days 
of the Roman Republic. Lucian. Divus Caesar. Uses of a landed gentry. 
Party politics. Leaves from a South African journal [1S74:]. 4. Thomas 
Becket. The Oxford counter-reformation. Origen and Celsus. ACagliostro 
of the second century [Alexander of Abonotichus]. Cheneys and the house 
of Russell. A siding at a railway station. [Etc.] 

- Thomas Carlyle, first forty years of his life. 1903. 2 v. ill. C 103-4 

- Thomas Carlyle, his life in London, 1834-81. 1902. 2 v. - C101-2 
Froude, James A. Gull (C. A. E. R.) The historicicles of Oxford. 

In his "I believe," and other essays. 1907. - - - E5G1 

- Harrison (F. ) Froude's Life of Carlyle. In his Choice of books, 

and other pieces. 1903. E4H1 

- Kingsley (C.) Froude's England. In his Plays and Puritans. E1K2 

- Paul(H. W.) The life of Froude. 1905. port. - F191 

- Warner (C. D.) Froude's "Progress." In his The relation of 

literature to life. 1897. - - - - - - - E2W1 

Frozen deep, and other tales; by W. Wilkie Collins. - - 75 C 8 
Frozen pirate ; by W. Clark Russell. 75 R 5 

Fruit. For lists of related subjects, see Botany. Domestic economy. 
Food. Gardening. 

- Berry (R, M. F.) Fruit recipes. 1907. ill. - 64207 

- Hulme (F. E.) Wild fruits of the country-side. 1907. ill. - 58209 

- Richmond (I. L.) Flowers and fruit for the home. 1907. ill. 71604 

- Wagner (E.) Preserving fruit, vegetables [etc.] 1908. ill. - 66412 
Fuel. For list of related subjects, see Chemical technology. 

- Lewes (V. B.) Liquid and gaseous fuels. 1907. bibl. ill. - 66202 

- Mills (E. J.) and Rowan (F. J.) Fuel and its applications. In 

Chemical technology. 1889. v. 1. ill. - 66204 

- See also Peat. Smoke. 

Fugue. For list of other subjects in music, see Music. 

- Higgs (J.) Fugue, mus. 78103 

Fulham Lawn ; by Lady Ritchie. - - - - - - 37 R 6 

Fullerton (Lady Georgiana) Too strange not to be true. - 62 Fl 

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Fungi. For list of other subjects in botany, see Botany. 

- Holmes (E. M.) British fungi. 1886. bill. ill. - 

- Massee(G.) Text-book of fungi. 1906. bibl. ill. - 
Fur- trading". For list of related subjects, see Commerce. 

- Irving (W.) Astoria, enterprise beyond the Rocky Mountains. 
Furnaces. See Blast furnace. Electric furnace. 
Furneaux (Wm. S.) Life in ponds and streams. 1897. ill. 
Furniture. For list of related subjects, see Decoration. 

- Candee (H. C. ) Decorative styles and periods in the home. ill. 

- Moore (N. H.) The old furniture book. ill. - 

- See also Drapery. 

Further adventures of Captain Kettle ; by C. J. Cutcliffe W. Hyne. 

Captain Kettle series, No. 3. 

Fuseli, Henry. In Cunningham (A.) and Heaton (Mrs. C.) Painters. 
Future state. For list of related subjects, see Theology. 

- Arnold (Sir E.) Death, and afterwards. 1889. 

- Buckle (H.) The afterlife. 1907. bibl. - 

- Dick (T.) Philosophy of a future state. 

- Fairbairn (A. M.) Belief in immortality. In his Studies. 

- Fell (G.) The immortality of the human soul. 1906. 

- Hyslop (J. H. ) Science and a future life. 1906. 

The bearing of psychical research upon the problem of a future life. 

- Kempson (F. C.) Future life and modern difficulties. 1907. - 

- Leadbeater (C. W.) The other side of death. 1903. 

- In Maeterlinck (M.) Life and flowers. 1907.- - - - 

- Myers (F. W. H.) Human personality and its survival of 

bodily death. 1907. 

- Thompson (R. J.) ed. The proofs of life after death. 1902. - 

- Wiedemann (A.) Realms of the Egyptian dead. 1902. bibl.- 

"According to the belief of the ancient Egyptians." 

- Zschokke (J. H. D.) Meditations on death and eternity. 1891. 

- See also Death. Heaven. Millennium. 



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Gaelic language. See Language, Gaelic. 

Gaelic literature. See Literature, Gaelic. 

Gainsborough, Thomas. In Cunningham (A.) and Heaton (Mrs. 

C.) British painters, v. 1. 1879. ----- 99709 

- Gower (Lord R. S.) Gainsborough [life and art]. 1903. port. G061 
Gairdner (Sir William T.) The physician as naturalist. 1889. 61002 
Galatians, Epistle to the. See Bible. 

Galdemar (Ange) Robespierre [a romance]. ... - 92G1 

Gallatin, Albert. Stevens (J. A.) A. Gallatin [a biography]. - G041 

Gallon (Tom) Fortunes a-begging, a romance. - . . . 6G2 

- Lagden's luck. - - - 6G3 

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Gallon (Tom) Meg the Lady, a romance. 6G1 

Galloping Dick ; by H. B. M. Watson. 26W2 

Galloway. Harper (M. McL.) The bards of Galloway. 1889. - 82407 

- - Rambles in Galloway. 1S76. ill. - - - 92010 
Gallus, Roman scenes, time of Augustus ; by W. A. Becker, ill. 93629 
Galsworthy (John) The man of property. - - - 98 Gl 
Gaet (John) The annals of the parish. The Ayrshire legatees. 2copies. 7G3 

- The provost, and other tales. 7G2 

- Sir Andrew Wylie of that ilk. 7G1 

Galton (Francis) The art of travel. 1893. ill. - - - 90811 

- Inquiries into human faculty and its development, ill. - 15007 
Gamble (William) The business life. 1907. - 17404 
Gambling. For list of related subjects, see Ethics. 

- Hogge (J. M.) The facts of gambling. 1907. - 17403 
Game. For list of related subjects, see Cookery. 

- De Salis (Mrs. H. A.) Dressed game and poultry. 1S97. - 64105 

Game; by J. London. 51L3 

Games (A. H.) eel. Chronicles I. -II. ; with notes. (Temple Bible). 22317 
Games. For list of other amusements, see Amusements. 

- Hoffmann (Prof.) eel. Hoyle's Games modernized. 1907. bibl. ill. 79309 

- Kingsland (Mrs. B.) Book of indoor and outdoor games. 1904. 79308 

- See also Billiards. Chess. Draughts. Whist. 

Ganerben ; von W. H. von Riehl ; with notes. 1895. - - 43819 

Ganot (Adolphe) Elementary treatise on physics. 1906. ill. 53015 

Gant (L. W.) Elements of electric traction. 1907. ill. - - 62409 

Ganthony (Robert) Practical ventriloquism, ill. - - - 79102 

Garden cities. In George (W. L.) Engines of social progress. 1907. 30411 
" Garden city. Model villages, Port Sunlight and Bourn ville." 

- Harris (G. M.) The garden city movement, 1906. ill - 35211 
Garden of spinsters ; by A. E. Holdsworth. .... 73H1 
Gardening. For lists of related subjects, see Agriculture. Arts. Fine. 

- Allotment and cottage gardening. In Cassell's New technical 

educator, v. 4-6. ill. 60309-11 

- Millin (G. F.) Pictorial gardening. 1906. ill. - - - 71003 

- Rowles (W. F. ) How to make and manage a garden. 1905. ill. 71001 

- Sanders (T. W.) An encyclopaedia of gardening. 190S. - 71002 

- Wright (W. P.) Beautiful gardens, how to make and maintain 

them. 1907. ill. - - 71606 

anel Castle (E. J.) First steps in gardening, ill. - - 71605 

- See also Climbing plants. Ferns. Flowers. Fruit. School 

gardening. Trees. Vegetables. 
Gardiner (Samuel R.) History of England, 1603-42. 10 v. 91308-17 

- History of the great civil war, 1642-9. 1904-5. 4 v. maps. 91318-21 

- Commonwealth and Protectorate, 1649-56. 1903. 4 v. maps. 91322-5 
Gardner (F. W.) The sea, a guide to employment. 1907. - 65614 
Gardner (Percy) The growth of Christianity. 1907. - - 27009 

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Gareloch. Maughan (W. C.) Annals of Garelochside. 1897. ill. 92505 

" Historical and topographical account of Row, Rosneath, and Cardross." 
Garfield, James A. Thayer (W. M.) From log-cabin to White 

House, President Garfield's life. 1905. - - - - G031 
Garibaldi, Giuseppe. Trevelyan (G. M.) Garibaldi's defence of 

the Roman Republic. 1907. bibl. port. ill. maps. - 93627 

Garland (Hamlin) Witch's gold. - - - - - - 8G1 

Garmiscath [a novel] ; by J. S. Clouston. 2 copies. - - - 61 C 2 

Garnett (Richard) Essays of an ex-librarian. 1901. - - E3G1 

On translating Homer. The date and occasion of " The tempest." 
The poetry of Coleridge. Shelley and Lord Beaconsfield. The love story of 
Luigi Tansillo. Beckford's "Vathek." Moore. Peacock. Emerson. 
Shelley's views on art. [Etc.] 

Garrod (H. W.) Religion of all good men, Christian ethics. 1906. 17102 

Garstang (J ohn) joint-author. See Newberry (Percy E.) 

Garvice (Charles) Diana and destiny. 93G4 

- In Cupid's chains, a novel. 93 G3 

- Love, the tyrant. - - 93G1 

- Nance. 93G2 

Garvie (Alfred E. ) A guide to preachers. 1907. - - - 25102 
Gas. Dowson (J. E.) and Larter ( A. T.) Producer gas. 1907. ^.66501 

- Hills (H. F.) Gas and gas fittings. 1902. ill. - - 66502 

"Coal-gas, water-gas, power-gas, and acetylene." 

- Hunt (C.) Gas lighting. In Chemical technology, v. 3. 1900. ill. 66506 

"The manufacture of gas and its application to illumination." 

- Webber ( W. H. Y.) Town gas and its uses. 1907. ill. - 66504 

- See also Acetylene. 

Gas engine. For related subjects, see Engines. 

- In Cassell's New Technical educator, v. 5-6. ill. - - 60310-1 

- Grover (F. ) Modern gas and oil engines. 1906. ill. - - 62205 

- Hiscox (G. D.) Gas, gasoline, and oil engines. 1906. ill. - 62201 

- Mathot (R. E.) Gas-engines and producer-gas plants. 1905.- 62210 
Gas-fitting. For list of related subjects, see Building. 

- Hills (H. F.) Gas and gas fittings. 1902. ill. - - - 66502 

"Coal-gas, water-gas, power-gas, and acetylene." 
Gases. For list of related subjects, see Physics. 

- Deschanel (A. P.) Pneumatics. In his Natural philosophy, v. 1. 53002 
-Pneumatics. In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 4-5. ill. 03205-6 
Gaskell (Mrs. Elizabeth C.) Life of Charlotte Bronte. 1906. B041 

- Cranford, and other tales. 10 G 3 

- Lizzie Leigh, and other tales. 10 G 5 

- Mary Barton, and other tales. 10 G 7 

- North and south. - - - 10 G6 

- Ruth, and other tales. - - - 10 G 2 

- Sylvia's lovers. 10 Gl 

- Wives and daughters, an every-day story. - - - - 10G4 
Gasparin (Valerie B., Countess de) The near and the heavenly 

horizons. 1902. - - - - - - - - 24413 

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Gaspary (Adolf) Italian literature to [1321]. 1901. - - 85002 

Gaston (Hugh) Common-place book to the Holy Bible. 1847. - 22009 

Gateless barrier ; by Lucas Malet. 36 M 3 

Gates of Eden ; by A. S. Swan. 148 S 38 

Gathering clouds, a tale ; by F. W. Farrar. - - - - 6F5 

Gautama. See Buddha. 

Gay, John. 7n Thackeray (W. M.) English humourists. 2 copies. 12T7 

Gay (Sydney H.) James Madison [a biography]. 1S98. - - M091 

Gearing. See Valves. 

Geddes (Patrick) Chapters in modern botany. 1893. ill. • 58106 

- and Thomson (J. A.) The evolution of sex. 1889. ill. - 57519 
Geerligs (H. C. P.) Cane sugar, its manufacture in Java. 1903. 66407 
Geikie (Sir Archibald) The scenery of Scotland. 1901. ill.- 55402 

- Scottish reminiscences. 1904. 91836 

- Text-book of geology. 1882. ill. 55005 

Geikie (John Cunningham) The Bible by modern light. 1894. ill. 22303 

"Moses to the Judges." 

- The Gospels. 1894. ill. map. 22604 

- The vicar and his friends. 1901. 82821 

Imaginary conversations on religion, philosophy, science, etc. 

Gelatine. Fernbach (R. L.) Glues and gelatine. 1907. HI. - 66801 

Gendre de M. Poirier ; par E. Augier et J. Sandeau ; notes. - 44863 

Generalship, a tale ; by G. Roy. 64R1 

Genesis. See Bible. 

Genevra [a novel] ; by C. Marriott. 50 Ml 

Genius. Lombroso (C.) The man of genius. 1905. ill. - - 15101 

Gent, Thomas. In Knight (C.) Shadows of the old booksellers. 99712 
Gentle life, essays; by [J. H. Friswell]. 2 v. - - - - E1F1-2 

Gentleman of France ; by S. J. Weyman. 45W8 

Gentleman Upcott's daughter ; by W. Raymond. - - 12 R 2 

Gentleness of Jesus, and other sermons; by M. G. Pearse. - 25206 

Gentlest art, letters ; ed. by E. V. Lucas. 190S. - - - 82717 

Genung (John F.) The Hebrew literature of Wisdom. 1906. - 22408 

Genzardi (N. E.) The English tourist in Italy. 1906. - - 45802 
Geographical distribution. For list of related subjects, see Zoology. 

- Heilprin (A. ) The distribution of animals. 18S7. - - - 59108 

- Kingsley (C.) Bio-geology. In his Health and education. 1887. E1K3 

- Wallace (A. R.) Island life, insular faunas and floras, maps. 59103 
Geography. For list of related subjects, see History. 

- Bevan (W. L.) Manual of ancient geography. 1891. ill. maps. 90604 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 1-4. 1903. ill. maps. • 03202-5 

- Gill(G.) The student's geography, ill. maps. - - - 90610 

- Mill(H. R.)ed. The international geography. 1906. bibl. ill. 90601 

- See also Atlas. Commercial geography. Names, Geographical. Names 

of countries. 
Geography, Physical. See Physical geography. 

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Geology. For list of other branches of science, see Science. 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 2-4. 1903. ill. - - 03203-5 

- Cole (G. A. J.) Aids in practical geology. 1906. ill. - - 55010 
Open-air studies in geology. 1902. ill. .... 55110 

- Dawson (Sir J. W.) The story of earth and man. 1887. ill. 55007 

- Elliot (G. F. S.) and others. Geology of the Clyde area. 1901. 92303 

- Geikie (Sir A.) Text-book of geology. 1882. bibl. ill. - - 55005 

- Hitchcock (E. ) The religion of geology. 55006 

- Howorth (Sir H. H.) The mammoth and the flood. 1887. - 55004 

"An attempt to confront the theory of uniformity with the facts of 
recent geology." 

- Ly ell (Sir C.) Principles of geology. 1853. ill. - - - 55003 

- Miller (H.) Cruise of the Betsey. Rambles of a geologist. 1897. 55401 

- - The old red sandstone. 1899. ill. 55107 

Contains also : On the ancient Grauwacke rocks of Scotland. On the 
fossiliferous deposits of Scotland. [Etc.] 

The testimony of the rocks. 1890. ill. .... 55002 

- Prestwich (Sir J.) Geology. 1886-8. 2 v. ill. maps. - -55008-9 

1. Chemical and physical. 2. Stratigraphical and physical. 

- See also Coal. Earth. Ice age. Mineralogy. Mining. Physical 

geography. Weather. 
Geometry. For list of related subjects, see Mathematics. 

- Andrew (S. 0.) Geometry, an elementary treatise. 1906. - 51306 

- Barnard (S.) and Child (J. M.) A geometry for schools. 1905. 51310 

- Boulton (E. S.) Geometry on modern lines. 1904. - - 51305 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 1-3. 1903. - - - 03202-4 

- Davison (C.) and Richards (C. H.) Plane geometry. 1907. - 51309 

- Hall (H. S.) and Stevens (F. H.) Euclid's Elements. 1904. - 51301 

- In Hobbes (T.) English works, v. 1, 7. 1839-45. - - 19209, 19215 

1. Proportions of motions and magnitudes. 7. Lessons to the professors 
of mathematics at Oxford University. Dr. Wallis's Geometry. 

- Kempe (A. B. ) How to draw a straight line. 1877. - - 51311 

- Mackay (J. S. ) Plane geometry, practical and theoretical. - 51307 

- Todhunter (I.) The Elements of Euclid. 1903. - - - 51302 

- Workman (W. P.) and Cracknell ( A. G.) Geometry. 1906. v. 1. 51303 

- See also Circle. Conic sections. Perspective. Projection. 

George I. -IV. Thackeray (W. M.) The four Georges, ill. 2 cop. 12T7 

George IV. Cobbett (W.) Regency and reign of George the 

Fourth. 2 v. - -' - 91432-3 

George (Henry) A perplexed philosopher. 1893. - - - 19203 

"An examination of Herbert Spencer's utterances on the land question, 
with some reference to his synthetic philosophy." 

- Progress and poverty. 1905. 33301 

- The science of political economy. 1898. port. - - - 33007 
George (W. L.) Engines of social progress. 1907. - - 30411 
George Canterbury's will, a novel ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. 10W21 
Georgians, a novel ; by W. N. Harben. 124 HI 

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Georgievics (Georg von) The chemical technology of textile 

fibres. 1902. ill. 66704 

- Chemistry of dye-stuffs. 1903. 66706 

Gerard (Dorothea) The bridge of life, a novel. - - - 14 Gl 

- The compromise. - - - - - - - - 14 G 2 

Gerard (Emily) Land beyond the forest, Transylvania. 2 v. - 92905-6 

- and Gerard (Dorothea) The waters of Hercules. - - - 16 Gl 
Gerard (Frances) A king's romance, Milan of Servia. 1903. ill. M191 
Gerard (John) The old riddle and the newest answer. 1907. - 57516 
Gerard (Morice) Ruth Gwynnett, schoolmistress. - - - 18 Gl 
Gerechtigkeit Gottes ; von W. H. von Riehl; notes. 1895. - 43819 
Gerhard (Wm. P. ) A guide to sanitary house-inspection. 1885. 61404 
German language. See Language, German. 

German literature. See Literature, German. 

Germany. Bashford (J. ~L.)ed. Life and labour in Germany. 1906. 33107 
"Reports of the Gainsborough Commission." 

- Dawson (W. H.) Germany at home. 1908. ill. - - - 92704 

- Henderson (E. F.) Short history of Germany to 1871. 1906. 92705 

- Howard (B. E.) The German Empire. 1906. - - - 34205 

- Howitt(W.) The student-life of Germany. 1841. ill. - - 37110 

- Stael (Madame de) De l'Allemagne. 92702 

- Steevens (G. W.) Under the iron heel. In his Glimpses. 1901. 91005 

- Veritas. The German Empire of to-day. 1902. map. - 35402 

"Outlines of its formation, development [and administration]." 

- See also Franco-German war. 
Germs. See Bacteria. 

Gertrude [a story] ; by E. M. Sewell. 48S10 

Gesture. For list of related subjects, see Rhetoric. 

- Bacon (A. M.) A manual of gesture. 1900. ill. - - - 80818 
Ghost camp, or, the avengers ; by Rolf Boldrewood. - - - 71 Bl 
Gibb (Alexander S.) Much about Kilmalcolm. 1872. - - 92006 
Gibbon (Charles) The braes of Yarrow, a romance. - - - 21G4 

- By mead and stream, a novel. 21 G 5 

- The dead heart, a tale of the Bastille. 21 G 6 

- Fancy free. 21 G7 

- The flower of the forest. 21 G 8 

- A heart's problem. 21G3 

- In honour bound, a novel. 21 G 9 

- In love and war, a romance. - - - - - - - 21 G 10 

- In pastures green, and other stories. - 21 Gil 

- Of high degree, a story. 21G12 

- Queen of the meadow, a novel. 21 Gl 

- What will the world say? a novel. 21 G 2 

Gibbon (Edward) The decline and fall of the Roman Empire ; 

ed. by J. B. Bury. 1896-1900. 7 v. maps. - - - 93603-9 

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Gibbon (Edward) The student's Decline and fall of the Roman 

Empire ; abridged. 1899-1901. 2 v. ill. maps. - . 93619-20 

- Life and letters [autobiography]. History of crusades. - - G151 
Gibbon, Edward. In Bagehot (W.) Literary studies, v. 1. 1898. E5B1 

- 7?iBirrell (A.) Collected essays, v. 2. 1902.- - - - E1B2 

- In Robertson (J. M.) Pioneer humanists. 1907. - - - 99824 

- Stephen (Sir J. F.) Gibbon; Gibbon's Memoirs. In his Horae 

Sabbaticae, v. 2. 1892. E3S2 

Gibbons (James) Cardinal. The faith of our fathers [Roman 

Catholicism]. 28212 

Gibbs (Philip H.) The romance of [the British] Empire. 1906. ill. 91107 
Gibson (Charles) Among French inns, rural France. 1906. ill. 
Gibson (Charles R.) Electricity of to-day. 1907. ill. 

- The romance of modern electricity. 1906. ill. - 

- The romance of modern photography. 1908. ill. - 
Gibson (Edgar C. S. ) Bp. The Old Testament in the New. 1907. 
Gibson (George A. ) Elementary treatise on graphs. 1905. 

- An elementary treatise on the calculus. 1906. 
Gibson (J. C.) Mission problems in south China. 1901. ill. map. 
Gibson (James A. ) Nordrach treatment for consumptives. 1904. 
Gibson (John M.) The unity and symmetry of the Bible. 1896. 
Gibson (Robert) An old Berwickshire town, Greenlaw. 1905. 
Giddings (F. H.) Descriptive and historical sociology. 1906. - 
Gide (Charles) Principles of political economy. 1898. - 
Gifford, William. In Hazlitt (W.) The spirit of the age. 1894. 

Gift (Theo) Wrecked at the outset. 

Gift [a novel] ; by S. Macnaughtan. - r -..-.■ 
Gilbert (George) The island of sorrow, an historical novel. 
Gilbert (Gerald) Evolution of tactics. 1907. 
Gilbert (Sir William S. ) Selections. In Poets and poetry, mem. 
Gilchrist (Robert M.) Lords and ladies, stories. 

- A Peakland faggot, tales. 

Gildersleeve (B. L.) and Lodge (G.) Latin grammar. 1903. - 
Gilding. For list of related subjects, see Building. 

- Mitchell (F. S.) Practical gilding, bronzing [etc.] 1905. 
Gilds. See Guilds. . .... 

Gilfillan (George) Night, a poem. 1867. 

- Remoter stars in the church sky [ministers]. 1867. 
Gilian the dreamer, his fancy and adventure ; by Neil Munro. - 
Gill (F. T. ) ed. Wit and wisdom, modern women [fiction] writers 



1906. 



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Gill (Francis P. ) Sulphur treatment of consumption. 
Gill (George) The student's geography, ill. maps. 
Gillespie (Alex. L.) Natural history of digestion. 1898. 
Gillespie (Robert) Round about Falkirk. 1879. - 
Gilliat (Edward) The romance of modern sieges. 1908. ill. 

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Gillies (H. C.) The Gaelic class book, exercises on grammar. - 49102 
Gilman (Arthur) joint-author. See RAWLINSON (George). 

Gilman (Charlotte P.) Women and economics. 1906. - - 39604 

Gilman (Daniel C.) James Monroe [a biography]. 1898. - Mill 

Gilman (Lawrence) The music of to-morrow, studies. 1907. - 78009 

- Phases of modern music. 1905. 78014 

Gilmour (David) Paisley weavers. The ; 'Pen folk," etc. 1898. 92004 

Ginsburg (Benedict W.) Shipping. In British industries. - 33804 

Ginx's baby ; by E. Jenkins. ------- 14 J 1 

Gipsies. See Gypsies. 

Girardin (Delphine de) La joie fait peur, comedie ; notes. 1901. 44816 

Girardin (Jules) Les braves gens. 28G1 

Girdlestone (Robert B.) The grammar of prophecy. 1901. - 22014 

Girl and the man ; by Curtis Yorke. 6Y1 

Girl at the halfway house, a story of the plains; by E. Hough.- 91 HI 

Girl in grey ; by Curtis Yorke. 6Y3 

Girl who had nothing ; by Mrs. C. N. Williamson. - - - 60 Wl 

Girls. Bell (Lady) Mothers and daughters. In her Minor moralist. 17008 

- Freeman (F. L. ) Religious and social work amongst girls. 1904. 25602 
Girondists. Lamartine (A. M. L. de) History of the Girondists. 

1903-5. 3 v. ill. 93204 6 

Gissing (Algernon) Baliol Garth. 29 Gl 

- The master of Pinsmead [and other stories]. - - - 29 G 2 
Gissing (Frederick T.) joint -author. See Bjorling (Philip R. ) 
Gissing (George) The town traveller. 30 G 2 

- Veranilda, a romance. 30 Gl 

- Will Warburton, a romance of real life. 30 G 3 

Gladstone, William E. In Bryce (J.) Contemporary biography. 99606 

- Macaulay (Lord) Gladstone on Church and state. In ^Yorks. - 82827 

- Morley (J.) Life of William E. Gladstone. 1905-6. 2 v. port. G 132-3 

- Robbins (A. F.) Early public life of Gladstone. 1894. port. G131 

- Russell (G. W. E.) Mr. Gladstone's religious development. 

In his Household of faith. 1902. 28303 

Glaister (John) Dr. William Smellie and his contemporaries. - S231 

Glanville (Ernest) A rough reformer. 31 Gl 

Glasfurd(A. I. R.) Rifle and romance in Indian jungle. 1905. ill. 79909 

Glasgow (Ellen) The deliverance, a romance. - - - - 97G1 

Glasgow. Alison (R.) The anecdotage of Glasgow. 1892. - 92404 

- Brown (A.) Midnight scenes and social photographs. 185S. - 92318 

- Brown (A.) History of Glasgow [etc.] 1795-7. 2 v. in 1. - 92316 

- Christie (J.) ed. Medical institutions of Glasgow. 1888. - 92402 

- Duncan (R.) ed. Literary history of Glasgow. 1886. - - 65501 

Contains catalogue of books printed by R. and A. Foulis. 

- Historical, biographical, sketches of Glasgow. 1904. 4°. - 92311 

- Macdonald (H.) Rambles round Glasgow, ill. - - - 92304 

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GLA GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Glasgow. Maclean (M.) ed. Archaeology, education, medical and 

charitable institutions, of Glasgow. 1901. plans. - - 92301 

- Mitchell (J.) Annals of the United Presbyterian congregation 

of Wellington Street, Glasgow. 1877. ill. - - 92401 

- Xicol (J.) Vital, social, and economic statistics of the city of 

Glasgow, 1885-91. .1891. 92403 

- A pictorial and descriptive guide to Glasgow, maps. - - 92307 

- Rae (J. J. ) ed. Ministers of Glasgow and their churches, ill. 92308 

- Reid (R.) Old Glasgow and its environs. 1864. - - - 92317 

- Renwick (R. ) Glasgow memorials. 1908. bibl. ill. - - 92315 

- Report of the Glasgow Boundaries Commissioners. 1888. 2 v. 92309-10 

- Scott (A. M.) The battle of Langside, 1568. 1885. plan. - 92306 

- Somerville (T.) George Square, Glasgow. 1891. ill. - - 92312 

" And the lives of those whom its statues comniernorate." 

- Urie (J.) Reminiscences of eighty years. 1908. ill. - - U011 
Glasgow University. For related subjects, see Universities. 

- Rosebery (Earl of) and others. Record of the ninth jubilee of 

the University of Glasgow. 1901. 37803 

- Young (J.) Address on the Hunterian Library. In his Essays. E2Y1 

- See also Snell Exhibitions. 

Glass. For list of related subjects, see Chemical technology. 

- Shenstone (W. A.) The methods of glass blowing. 1902. ill. 66603 
Glass painting. See Painting, Glass. 

Glaucus, or, the wonders of the shore ; by C. Kingsley. 1903. ill. 59201 

Glazebrook (Richard T.) Dynamics, an elementary text-book. 53101 

- Electricity and magnetism. 1904. ill. 53706 

- Heat, an elementary text-book. 1906. ill. - - - - 53609 
Gleig (George R. ) Story of the battle of Waterloo, ill. map. 93115 
Glen Roy, Parallel roads of ; by J. Tyndall. In his Fragments, v. 1. 50408 
Glendower, Owen. See Glyndwr, Owen. 

Glenmutchkin railway, and other Scots stories ; by W. E. Aytoun. 63 A 1 
Glimpse of the world [a novel] ; by E. M. Sewell. - - - 48 S 11 
Glimpses of the olden time ; by S. Carment. 1893. - - - 91833 
Glimpses of three nations ; by G. W. Steevens. 1901. - - 91005 
London. Paris. Germany. 

Gloria mundi [a novel] ; by H. Frederic. - - - - - 55F1 
Gloucester, Thomas, Duke of. Tait(J.) Did Richard II. murder 

the Duke of Gloucester ? In Historical essays. 1907. - 90406 

Glover (William) First lessons in coal mining. 1906. ill. - 62509 

Glowworm [a novel] ; by M. Bateman. - - - - 29 Bl 

Glue. Fernbach (R. L.) Glues and gelatine. 1907. HI. - - 66801 

Glyn (Elisor) Beyond the rocks, a love story. - - - 32G1 
Glyn (Margaret H.) The rhythmic conception of music. 1907. 78002 

Glyndwr, Owen, and Welsh independence ; by A. G. Bradley, ill. G071 
God. See Theology. 

God in the car ; by Anthony Hope. 2 copies. - - - 82 H 6 

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Godard (John G.) Racial supremacy, studies in imperialism. - 32005 

Goddard (Joseph) The beauty and expression of music, mus. 78016 

Goddess of the sea ; by T. H. W. Beddoes. - - - - 36 Bl 

Godfrey (Elizabeth) The bridal of Anstace. - - - - 33 G 2 

- The winding road. 33 Gl 

Godkin (Edwin L.) History of Hungary and the Magyars. 1856. 92903 

Godric, Saint. In Kingsley (C.) The hermits. 1885. ill. - 99809 

God's fool, a Koopstad story; by Maarten Maartens. - - 2M1 

God's outcast ; by S. K. Hocking. 67H10 

Godwin, William. In Hazlitt (W.) The spirit of the age. 1894. E1H2 

- Stephen (Sir L.) Godwin and Shelley. In his Hours in a library. E4S3 
Goethe (Johann W. von) Egmont ; with notes. 1898. ill - 43830 

- Faust [German text] ; with notes. 1906. .... 43810 

- Faust; trans, by J. Anster. 701 G 

- Goetz von Berlichingen [a drama, German text] ; with notes.- 43811 

- Hermann und Dorothea [a poem, German text] ; with notes. - 43816 

- Iphigenie auf Tauris ; with notes, bibl. 43842 

- Poems [German text] ; with notes. 1902. mem. - - - 43843 

- Poems; trans, by E. A. Bowring. 1904. - - - 702 G 

- Conversations with Eckermann and Soret. 1883. - - - 83802 

- Wilhelm Meister ; trans, by T. Carlyle. 34 Gl 

Goethe, Johann W. von. In Carlyle (T.) Essays, v. 1, 4. - E1C1,E1C4 

- Lewes (G. H.) Life of Goethe, port. Gill 

- Miiller (F. Max) Goethe and Carlyle. In his Works, v. 5. 1902. E5M1 

- Sainte-Beuve (C. A.) Goethe and Bettina. In his Essays, v. 2. E11S2 

- Tyndall (J.) Goethe's 'Farbenlehre.' In his New fragments. 50410 
Goetz (Hermann) Eighteen songs, fo. mus. - - - 78416 
Goetz von Berlichingen ; von J. W. von Goethe ; with notes. 1902. 43811 

Gold of Chickaree ; by S. and A. Warner. 22 Wl 

Golden age ; by K. Grahame. 49 Gl 

Golden bowl [a romance] ; by H. James. 7 J 5 

Golden butterfly, a novel; by Sir W. Besant and J. Rice. - 48B10 

Golden kingdom ; by A. Balfour. 7B2 

Golden pool, a story of a forgotten mine ; by R. A. Freeman. - 69 Fl 

Golden shadow ; by L. T. Meade. 76 Mil 

Goldie (Hugh) Calabar and its mission. 1890. ill. map. - 27806 

Goldmacherdorf ; von J. H. D. Zschokke : [notes] by G. Hein. - 43823 
Goldschmidt, Madame. See Lind, Jenny. 

Goldsmith (Oliver) Works. 5 v. mem. - - - -E1G1-5 

1. Vicar of Wakefield. Essays. Letters. 2. Poems. Plays. The 
Bee. Cock-lane ghost. 3. Citizen of the world. State of polite learning 
in Europe. 4. Biographies. Criticisms. Later essays. 5. The earth and 
animated nature. History of England. Little Goody Two-Shoes. 

- Poems, mem. 82435 

- The vicar of Wakefield. 36 Gl 

Goldsmith, Oliver. Irving (W.) Life of Goldsmith. 1900. part. G101 

- In Thackeray (W. M.) English humourists. 2 copies. - - 12 T 7 

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- Beldam (G. W.) and Taylor (J. H.) Golf faults illustrated. - 79614 

- Hutchinson (H. G.) and others. Famous golf links. 1891. ill. 79604 

- - Golf. 1902. ill. 79610 

- Linskill (W. T.) Golf. 1895. ill. 79608 

Gonzalez, Fernan, Count of Castile. In Irving (W.) Biographies. 99508 
Gooch (Frank A. ) and Browning (P. E. ) Outlines of qualitative 

chemical analysis. 1906. 54401 

Good. Maeterlinck (M.) The invisible goodness. In his 

Treasure of the humble. 1907. E8M2 

Good for nothing ; by G. J. Whyte Melville. - - - - 79 M 3 

Good ship ■ Mohock ' ; by W. Clark Russell. .... 75R6 

Good stories of man and other animals ; by C. Reade. - - 16 R 6 

Good without God, is it possible ? by J. B. Hunt. 1907. - - 17129 

Goodban (Henry W. ) The violoncello [a tutor], mus. - - 78707 

Goodeve (T. M.) The elements of mechanism. 1905. ill. - 62314 

Goodman (E. J.) The best tour in Norway. 1903. ill. map. - 94105 

Goodrich (A.) and others. The old faith and the new theology. 23009 

Gordon (Chas. G.) Gen. Journals at Kartoum. 1898. port. ill. G023 
Gordon, Charles G., Gen. Hope (E.) Life of General Gordon, port. G024 

Gordon (H. L.) Sir James Y. Simpson and chloroform. 1897. S271 

Gordon (John B. ) Gen. Reminiscences of [U.S.] civil war. port. 97207 

Gordon (Sir John J. H.) The Sikhs [a history]. 1904. ill. - 94804 
Gordon (Lina D.) joint-author. See Baddeley (St. Clair). 

Gordon (Samuel) The ferry of fate, a tale of Russian Jewry. - 40 Gl 

Gordon ( W. J. ) The horse-world of London. 1893. ill. - - 63610 

- Our country's birds, col. ill. 59817 

- Eggs of the native birds of Great Britain, col. ill. - - 59818 

" A supplement to ' Our country's birds.' " 

- Round about the North Pole. 1907. ill. maps. - - - 99411 
Gordon (William C.) Social ideals of Alfred Tennyson. 1906. 30106 

Gordon Keith [a novel] ; by T. N. Page. 2P1 

Gordy (J. P.) New psychology. [1904]. 15005 

Gore (John E.) Astronomical essays. 1907. ill. - - - 52004 

Gorrie (Daniel) Summers and winters in the Orkneys, ill. map. 91721 

Gortchen, a tale of an Arran glen ; by S. Dene. - - - 72D1 

Gospel and human life, sermons ; by A. Airiger. 1904. - - 25233 

Gospel view of things, and sermons ; by P. G. Maclagan. 1906. 25214 
Gospels. See Bible. 

Gosse (Edmund W.) Critical kit-kats. 1896. - E6G1 
Thomas L. Beddoes. Edward FitzGerald. Christina Rossetti. Lord 
De Tabley. Jose-Maria de Heredia. Walter Pater. R. L. Stevenson. [Etc.] 

- Father and son, a study of two temperaments. 1907. port. G12V 

- Ibsen [a biography]. 1907. ill. I05L 

- The Jacobean poets. 1894. 82306 

- Modern English literature [1350-1900]. 1907. - - - 82105 

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Gosse (Edmund W.) Questions at issue [literary essays]. 1893. 80403 
Gosse (Philip H.) The aquarium, wonders of the deep sea. 1856. 59025 

- Evenings at the microscope. 1884. ill. .... 57803 
Gosselin (M.) Power of the pope during the middle ages. 2 v. 28214-5 

Gossip, a novel ; by W. R. Paterson. 83 P 2 

Gossips Green [a story] ; by Mrs. H. Dudeney. - - - - 57 Dl 
Gotama. See Buddha. 

Gotch (F.) Aspects of the scientific method. In Lectures. 1906. 50421 
Gould (A. A.) joint- author. See Agassiz (Louis). 

Gould (Ezra P. ) A commentary on St. Mark. 1896. - - 22701 
Gould (F. J.) Chats with pioneers of modern thought. 1898. - 02804 

- Life and manners, moral instruction of children. 1906. - 37702 
Gould (Sabine Baring) A book of the Cevennes. 1907. ill. map.§ZZ02 

- Curious myths of the middle ages. 1888. HI. 39812 

- In Dewisland. 43G1 

- The queen of love, a novel. 43 G 2 

- Winefred, a story of the chalk cliffs. 43 G 3 

Government. For list of other branches of sociology, see Sociology. 

- Cartyle (T.) Downing Street [and] New Downing Street. In 

his Latter-day pamphlets. - - - - - El C10 

- In [Helps (Sir A.)] Friends in council, v. 1, 2. 1894-1900. - E6H1-2 

- In Hobbes (T.) English works, v. 2. 1841. .... 19210 

Philosophical rudiments concerning government and society — liberty, 
dominion, and religion. 

- Kelly (E.) Government, or, human evolution. 1901. 2 v. - 32012-3 

1. Justice. 2. Individualism and collectivism. 

- See also Army. Civil service. Local government. Navy. Peace. 

Pensions. War. 
Governor. For list of related subjects, see Steam engine. 

- Hall (H. R.) Governors and governing mechanism. 1903. ill. 62133 
Gowans (Adam L.) ed. A treasury of English verse. 1907. ill. 82215 
Gower (Lord Ronald S. ) Sir Joshua Reynolds, life and art., ill. R191 

- Thomas Gainsborough [his life and art]. 1903. ill. - - G061 
Gowrie conspiracy. Lang (A. ) James VI. and Gowrie mystery. 91826 
Gowrie, or, the king's plot ; by G. P. R. James. - - - 6 J24 
Graham (G. F.) English synonymes. 1905. .... 42401 
Graham (H. G.) Literary and historical essays. 1908. mem. port. E4G1 

Society in France before the revolution. Old burghal life in Scotland. 
Life in a country manse about 1720 [Kirkmichael]. Samuel Richardson. 
[Alexander] Russel of the "Scotsman." [Etc.] 

- Social life of Scotland in eighteenth century. - 91824 
Graham (J. C.) Taxation and local government. 1906. - - 33602 
Graham, Sir James, Life and letters of ; by C. S. Parker. 2 v. port. G081-2 
Graham (John) Condition of the Border at the Union. 1907. ill. 92012 
Graham (John) The great god success, a novel. - - - 91G1 
Graham, John, Viscount Dundee. Terry (C. S.) Graham of 

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Granada. Calvert (A. F.) Granada and the Alhambra. 1907. ill. 93421 

- Irving (W.) The conquest of Granada. 1902. - - - 93412 

- Prescott (W. H.) Irving's Conquest of Granada. In his 

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Grand Babylon Hotel; by E. A. Bennett. 43B1 

Grand Orient. Handbook of cartomancy. 1891. ill. - ~ 13305 

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Grant (James) Recollections of House of Commons, 1830-5. - 32803 

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Grant (Robert) The transit of Venus in 1874. ill. - - - 52311 
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- Pullen (W. W. F.) The application of graphic and other 

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Graphs. Gibson (G. A.) Elementary treatise on graphs. 1905. 51206 

Grasp your nettle, a novel ; by Mrs. E. Lynn Linton. - - 46L11 
Graver thoughts of a country parson; by [A. K. H. Boyd]. 3 v. E3B4-6 

Graves (Charles L. ) Humours of the fray, rhymes. 1907. - 601G 

Gray (David) Poetical works ; ed. by H. G. Bell. 1874. mem. 201G 

Gray (George B.) ed. Numbers ; with notes. (Temple Bible). 22312 

Gray (Maxwell) The great refusal, a novel. - - - 57 G 2 

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Gray (Maxwell) Richard Rosny. 57 G 3 

- The silence of Dean Maitland, a novel. 57G1 

Gray (Peter) Lichens, mosses [etc.] 1880. ill. - - - 58902 

Gray (Thomas) Poetical works, mem. 101 G 

Another edition, mem. 82435 

- Selections. In English poets, v. 3. 1904. mem. - - - 82223 
Gray, Thomas. Stephen (Sir L.) Gray and his school. In his 

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Great Britain, 1, General. Blanc (L. ) Letters on England. 

1866-7. 4 v. in 2. - - - 91428-9 

- Boutmy (E.) English people, political psychology. '1904. - 91504 

- Holmes (0. W. ) Our hundred days in Europe. 1895. - - 91601 

- Howitt (W.) Visits to remarkable places. 1900. ill. - - 91502 

- Mackinder (H. J.) Britain and the British seas. 1907. maps. 91505 

- Reynolds (J. B.) The British Isles. 1904. ill. maps. - - 91503 

- Stevenson (R. L.) The foreigner at home. In his Memories. E1S4 

Great Britain, 2, Constitution. Alison (Sir A.) The fall of the 

constitution. In his Essays, v. 1. 1850. - - - E3A1 

- Chadwick (H. M.) Studies on Anglo-Saxon institutions. 1905. 34206 

- Hallam (H.) Constitutional history of England [1485-1760]. - 34203 

- Langmead (T. P. T.) English constitutional history. 1905. - 34207 
Great Britain, 3, History, General. A Beckett (G. A.) The comic 

history of England, ill. 91232 

- Buckle (H. T.) History of civilization in England. 3 v. - 90303-5 

- Carter (M. E.) Groundwork of English history [to 1901]. maps. 91235 

- Cassell's History of England. 9 v. ill. maps. - - 91214-22 

1. 55 b.c.-a.d. 1450. 2. 1450-1641. 3. 1641-1711. 4. 1712-1S10. 
5. 1810-50. 6. 1850-71. 7. 1871-83. 8. 1884-95. 9. 1895-1900. 

- Dickens (C.) A child's history of England, ill. 2 copies. - 91326 

- Eccleston (J.) English antiquities. 1847. ill. - - - 91334 

- Fletcher (C. R. L.) Introductory history of England, v. 1-2. 91237-8 

1. To 1485. 2. 1485-1660. 

- Goldsmith (O.) History of England. In his Works, v. 5. 1902. E1G5 

- Green (J. R.) A short history of the English people [to 1873]. 

1907. bibl. maps. 91236 

- Historic sketches. In Cassell's Popular educator, v. 1-4. - 03202-5 

- Hume (D.) A history of England to 1688; continued to 1878 

by J. S. Brewer. 1895. ill. maps. .... 91225 

- Maurice (F. D. ) English history [how to read it]. In his 

Friendship of books, and other lectures. 1904. - - E4M1 

- Pollard (A. F.) Factors in modern history. 1907.- - - 91227 
Great Britain, 4, History to the Norman Conquest, 1066. Anglo- 
Saxon chronicle [to 1154]. map. 27601 

- Bede. Ecclesiastical history of England [to a.d. 731]. map. 27601 

- Chadwick (H. M.) The origin of the English nation. 1907. maps. 91336 

- Green (J. R.) The conquest of England. 1899. 2 v. maps. 91339-40 

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1907. bibl. ill. maps. 91337 

- Shore (T. W.) Origin of the Anglo-Saxon race. 1906. - - 91603 
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- Ramsay (Sir J. H.) Lancaster and York, 1399-1485. 2 v. - 91331-2 
Great Britain, 6, History to the Revolution of 1688. Carry le (T. ) 

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- Clarendon (Earl of) Episodes of the great rebellion. - - 91305 

- Gardiner (S. R.) History of England. 1900-5. 10 v. maps. 91308-17 

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- Hobbes (T. ) Behemoth, the civil wars, 1640-60. In his Works. 19214 

- Macaulay (Lord) [Mackintosh's] History of the revolution 

[1688]. In his Works. - 82827 

- Newdegate (Lady N.) Cavalier and Puritan. 1901. - - 91329 

"Compiled from private papers and diary of Sir Richard Newdigate, 
with extracts from MS. news-letters, 1675-89." 

- Trevelyan(G.M.) England under the Stuarts. 1904. bibL maps. 91330 

- Wilson (Sir D. ) Oliver Cromwell and the Protectorate. 1848. ill. C0210 

- See also Popish plot. 

Great Britain, 7, History since 1688. In Alison (Sir A.) Essays, 

v. 1, 3. 1850.- - - E3A1, E3A3 

1. Lessons from the past. 3. The eighteenth century. 

- Cobbett ( W. ) Regency and reign of George the Fourth. 2 v. - 91432-3 

- Fitchett(W.H.) How England saved Europe, 1793-1815. 4v. 91419-22 

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- Innes (A. D.) Britain and her rivals, 1713-89. 1895. maps. - 91424 

- Lamington (Lord) In the days of the dandies. 1906. ill. - 91431 

Reminiscences of society, early nineteenth century. 

- Macaulay (Lord) The history of England [1685-1702]. 2 v. 91416-7 

- McCarthy (J. ) A history of cur own times. 5 v. - - - 91410-4 

1. 1837-49. 2. 1850-7. 3. 1857-67. 4. 1867-80. 5. 1880-97. 
-'-A short history of our own times [1837-80]. 1904. - - 91415 

- - Modern England. 1899. 2 v. ill. 91425-6 

1. 1800-32. 2. 1832-98. 

- Oliphant (Mrs. M. O. W.) Historical sketches of the reign of 

Queen Anne. 1894. ill. 91423 

The Queen and the Duchess [of Marlborough]. The Quaker [William 
Penn]. The dean [Swift]. The journalist [Defoe]. The humourist [Addison]. 

- Walpole (Sir S.) A history of England. 1890. 6 v. - 91435-40 

1. 1815-20. 2. 1816-30. 3. 1816-34. 4. 1834-41. 5. 1841-53. 6. 1853-61. 

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Great schism of the west [reformation] ; by L. Salembier. 1907. 27012 

Great shadow ; by Sir A. Conan Doyle. 51D18 

Great truths [conduct of life] ; by W. G. Jordan. - - - 17009 

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Greco-Turkish war. Steevens (G. W.) What happened in Thes- 

saly. In his Things seen. 19(30. E2S1 

Greece. Alison (Sir A.) Athenian democracy. In his Essays, 

political, historical, v. 2. E3A2 

- Becker (W. A.) Charicles, life of the ancient Greeks. 1895. ill. 93820 

- Bosanquet (B.) Some socialistic features of ancient societies. 

In his Essays and addresses. 1899. E10B1 

- Finlay (G.) A history of Greece. 1877. 7 v. - - - 93813-9 

1. Greece under the Romans, B.C. 146-a.d. 716. 2. The Byzantine 
Empire, 716-1057. 3. The Byzantine and Greek Empires, 1057-1453. 
4. Mediaeval Greece and the Empire of Trebizond, 1204-1461. 5. Greece 
under Othoman and Venetian domination, 1453-1S21. 6. The Greek 
revolution, 1821-7. 7. The Greek revolution, establishment of the Greek 
Kingdom [1827-64]. 

- Grote(G.) History of Greece [to 4th century B.C.] 10 v. 93803-12 

- Mahaffy (J. P. ) Rambles and studies in Greece. 1907. map. 93823 

- Paul(H. W.) Religion of the Greeks. In his Stray leaves. 1906. E1P1 

- In Reich (E.) History of western nations, v. 1. 1908. bibl. - 91025 

- Smith (Sir W. ) History of Greece to [146 B.C.] 1902. ill. maps. 93821 

- Thucydides. History of the Grecian war ; trans, by T. Hobbes. 19216-7 

- Villemain (A. F.) Lascaris, ou, Grecs du xv. siecle ; notes. - 44847 
Greek Church. See Church, Greek. 

Greek language. See Language, Greek. 

Greek literature. See Literature, Greek. 

Greeks. For list of other subjects in biography, see Biography. 

- Plutarch. Lives of illustrious men. 2 v. port. - - - 88802-3 
Greely (Adolphus W.) Handbook of Arctic discoveries. 1896. 99407 
Green (Anna K.) The amethyst box, and other stories. - - 58 Gl 
Green (E. T.) ed. Jeremiah and Lamentations; with notes. 

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Green (Evelyn E.) Dufferin's Keep. 60G3 

Green (John R.) The conquest of England. 1899. 2 v. port. 

maps. .... .... 91339-40 

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Green, John R. In Bryce (J. ) Contemporary biography. 1903. 99606 
Green (Mrs. John R.) Henry the Second [a biography]. 1888. H181 
Green, Thomas H. In MacCunn (J.) Six radical thinkers. 1907. 32014 

- Nettleship (R. L.) Memoir of Thomas Hill Green. 1906. port. G051 
Green flag, and other stories ; by Sir A. Conan Doyle. - - 51 D 16 
Green graves of Balgowrie ; by J. H. Findlater. - - - 18F2 
Green mansions, a romance; by W. H. Hudson. - - - 98H1 
Green pastures and Piccadilly ; by W. Black. - - - 62 B 2 
Greenhough (J. G. ) and others. Great texts of New Testament. 22609 
Greenland. Nansen(F.) First crossing of Greenland [1888]. ill. map. 99408 
Greenlaw. Gibson (R.) An old Berwickshire town. 1905. - 92003 
Greenock. Blair (G.) Greenock street names. 1907. ill. - 92011 

- Brown (A.) History of Glasgow, Paisley [etc.] 1795-7. 2 v. in 1. 92316 
Greenstone [a novel] ; by Alan St. Aubyn.- - - - - 4S2 
Greenwood (Thomas) Turners' and fitters' handbook, ill. - 62303 
Greenw t ood (William H.) Iron, sources, properties [etc.] 1907. 66901 

- Steel, its varieties, properties, and manufacture. 1907. - 66902 
Greg, William R. In Morley (J.) Critical miscellanies, v. 3. - E3M3 
Gregg (B. M.) joint-author. See Marriott (Thomas). 

Gregg (John R.) Gregg shorthand. 1907. .... 65302 
Gregory VII. Stephen (Sir J.) Hildebrand. In his Essays, v. 1. 99816 
Gregory (John) My garden, and other poems. 1907. mem. port. 301G 
Gregory (John W. ) The dead heart of Australia. 1906. ill. maps. 99001 
Gregory (Sir William H.) An autobiography. 1894. port. - G091 
Grenfell (Wilfred T.) Off the rocks, Labrador [missions], ill. 279C1 
Greswell (Wm. P.) The growth of the British Colonies, 1837-97. 32503 

Grey and gold ; by E. J. Worboise. 83W21 

Grey House at Endlestone ; by E. J. Worboise. - - - 83 W 22 

Grey lady ; by Henry Seton Merriman. 85M4 

Grey man ; by S. R. Crockett. 120 CI 

Grey mantle and gold fringe ; by D. S. Meldrum. - - - 138 M 2 
Grey wig, stories and novelettes ; by I. Zangwill. - - - 2Z1 

Grier (Sydney C.) The heir. 67G1 

Grierson (Herbert J. C.) [Literature of] The first half of the 

seventeenth century. 1906. 80909 

Griff of Griffithscourt [a novel] ; by H. Mathers. - - - 64M2 
Griffin (Harry H.) and others. Cycles and cycling. 1903. ill. 79615 
Griffis (Wm. E.) The Japanese nation in evolution. 1907. ill. 95307 

Griffith (George) His better half. 99GJ1 

Griffith Gaunt, or, jealousy ; by C. Reade. - - - - 16 R 15 

Griffiths (Arthur G. F.) The passenger from Calais. - - 70 G 2 

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Griffiths (Arthur G. F. ) Winifred's way. .... 70G1 
Griffiths (Harold) The plenum or propulsion system of heating 

and ventilation. [1905]. ill. - - ... 69702 

Griggs (Annie M. ) Savouries. 64102 

Grimm (Jakob L. K. und W. K. ) Kinder- und Hausmarchen ; notes. 43832 
Grimshaw (Robert) Shop kinks for the machinest. 1905. ill. 62009 
Grinding. For list of related subjects, see Engineering. 

- Darbyshire (H. ) Precision grinding. 1907. ill. - - - 62305 
Gringoire, comedie ; par T. de Banville ; with notes. 1903. - 44820 
Grinling (Charles H.) Railways. In British industries. 1907. 33804 
Grinnell (George B.) Blackfoot lodge tales. 1893. - - 39817 

- Pawnee hero stories and folk-tales. 1893. ill. - - - 39816 

Grip of fear ; by S. H. Burchell. 107 B 2 

Grisly Grisell, a tale ; by C. M. Yonge. - - - - - 2Y12 
Groot (J. Morgan de) Jan Van Dyck [a novel]. - - 94 Gl 

Grosart (Alexander B.) Songs of the day and night. 1890. - 24501 
Grossart (William) Historic notices of Shotts. 1880. - - 92014 
Grossm ANN (J.) Ammonia and its compounds. 1906. - - 66101 
Grote (George) History of Greece. 1888-1904. 10 v. map. 93803-12 
Group of noble dames [stories] ; by T. Hardy. - - - - 21 H 14 
Grove (Mrs. Lilly) and others. Dancing. 1901. ill. mus. - 79305 
Grover (Frederick) Modern gas and oil engines. 1906. ill. - 62205 
Groves (Charles E. ) and Thorp (W. ) eds. Chemical technology. 4 v. 

The contents will be found at Chemical technology. 

Growth, a novel ; by Graham Tra vers. 41 T 2 

Grubb (A. P.) Housing of the citizen. In Citizen of to-morrow. 30409 

Grubb (Herbert C.) Builder's quantities. 1904. ill. - - 69201 

Gryll Grange [a story] ; by T. L. Peacock. 20 PI 

Guarded flame ; by W. B. Maxwell. 71M1 

Guardian [essays] ; by J. Addison. In his Works, v. 4. - - El A 5 

Guerre [drame] ; par E. Erckmann et A. Chatrian. - - - 201 E 

Guesses at truth ; by J. C. and A. W. Hare. 1897. - - - 82804 

Guest (Antony) Art and the camera. 1907. ill. - - - 77003 

Guild Court, a London story ; by G. MacDonald. - - - 10 M 10 

Guilds. Penty (A. J.) The restoration of the gild system. 1906. 33801 

- Unwin (G.) Industrial organization in the sixteenth and 

seven teeth centuries. 1904. ------ 33802 

Guinea pig. See Cavies. 

Guinea stamp ; by A. S. Swan. 148 S 35 

Guiney (Louise I.) Hurrell Froude, memoranda and comments. F141 

Guinness (Lucy E.) Across India. 1898. ill. maps. - - 27802 

Guizot (Francois P. G.) Guillaume le Conquerant ; with notes. 44839 

- History of France [587 b.c.-a.d. 1789] ; abridged. 1879. ill. 93104 
Guizot, Francois P. G. In Alison (Sir A.) Essays, v. 3. 1850. - E3A3 
Guizot, Pauline de. In Sainte-Beuve (C. A.) Essays, v. 1. 1901. Ell SI 

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Gull (Cyril A. E. Ranger) "I believe," and other essays. 1907. E5G1 

"I believe" [Christianity]. The fires of Moloch [population]. The 
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peril. The menaces of modern sport. Vagrom men [unemployed]. An 
author's post-bag. 

- The harvest of love. 96 Gl 

Gulliver's travels ; by J. Swift. 2 copies. .... 152S1 

Guvnyox (William) Illustrations of Scottish history, life, and 

superstition from song and ballad. 1877. - - 91843 

Guns. For list of related subjects, see Sports. 

- Harrison (E. ) Guns and shooting. 1906. ill. - - - 79918 

- See also Rifle. 

Gunsaulus (Frank \V.) Paths to the city of God. 1906. - - 17121 

- Young men in history. 1899. 17006 

Gutter's Modern confectioner and biscuit baker ; by W. Jeanes. 64202 
Gustavus Adolphus. Fletcher (C. R. L.) Gustavus Adolphus 

and the struggle of Protestantism for existence. 1903. 

bibl. port. ill. map. G141 

Guthrie (Arthur) Rowley letters from France and Italy. 1907. 93306 

Guthrie, James. In Carslaw (W. H.) Six martyrs. 1907. port. ill. 99827 

Guttmann (Oscar) Blasting. 1906. ill. 62516 

Guy, Thomas. In Knight (C.) Shadows of old booksellers. 1865. 99712 

Guy Fawkes, or, the gunpowder treason ; by W. H. Ainsworth. 16 A 3 

Guy Mannering, or, the astrologer; by Sir W. Scott. 3 copies. 35 S3 

Guyau (Jean Iff. J Education and heredity. 1891. mem. port. 37004 

Guyot (Yves) The comedy of protection. 1906. - - - 33706 

Gwynn (Stephen L.) Tennyson, a critical study. - - - 82402 
Gyfford, Mrs. Catherine. Biddulph (J.) An Englishwoman in 

India two hundred years ago. 1907. .... 94806 

Gymnastics. Betts (J. B.) A system of free gymnastics, ill. - 61320 
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- Borrow (G.) The Zincali, the gypsies of Spain. 1893. - - 39701 

With a vocabulary of their language. 

Gypsy Roy, a story of early Methodism ; by Harry Lindsay. - 78L1 



H— family ; by F. Bremer. 86B3 

Habakkuk. See Bible. 

Habberton (John) Helen's babies. - 1H1 

- Other people's children. 1H2 

Hacket, John. Stephen (Sir J. F.) Hacket's Life of Arch- 
bishop Williams. In his Horae Sabbaticae, v. 1. 1892. - E3S1 

Haddex (James C. ) George Thomson, the friend of Burns. 1898. ill. T011 

- Thomas Campbell [a biography]. 1899. C361 

Haddon (Alfred C. ) Magic and fetishism. 1906. - - - 29903 

Hadow (W. H.) Sonata form, mm.- ■ - - - - 78106 

Haeckel (Ernst) Last words on evolution. 1906. port. ill. - 57524 

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Haggard (Henry Rider) Beatrice, a novel. - - - - 3H16 

- Black heart and white heart, and other stories. - - - 3H3 

- Cleopatra. 3H7 

- Colonel Quaritch, V.C., a tale of country life. - - - 3H15 

- Dawn. - - - - - 3H18 

- Doctor Therne. - - - 3H21 

- Eric Brighteyes. 3H11 

- Jess. - - - - - - - - - - -3H2 

- Joan Haste. 3H17 

- King Solomon's mines. - 3H1 

- Allan Quatermain [a sequel to "King Solomon's mines 5 ']. - 3H5 

- Allan's wife [a sequel to "Allan Quatermain"], and other tales. 3H6 

- Lysbeth, a tale of the Dutch. - - 3H19 

- Montezuma's daughter. 3H14 

- Nada the lily. - 3H13 

- The people of the mist. - - - - - - - - 3H9 

- She, a history of adventure. - - - - - - 3H12 

- Ayesha, the return of ' She.' 2 copies. 3H20 

- Swallow, a tale of the great trek. 3H4 

- The way of the spirit. - - - 3H22 

- The witch's head. 3H10 

- cmd Lang (A.) The world's desire. 3H8 

Hakluyt, Richard. In Raleigh (W.) The English voyages. 1906. 90823 

Halbaum (W. E. ) Ventilation, hi Coal-mining, v. 4. ill. - 62513 

Haldane (James A. L.) How we escaped from Pretoria. 1901. ill. 96406 

Haldane (Richard B.) Army reform, and other addresses. 1907. 35510 

Fiscal policy. The dedicated life. 

Halden (G. M.) Setting out of tube railways. 1907. ill. plans. 62703 

Hale (William J.) joint-author. See Smith (A.) 

Hales (A. G.) The watcher on the tower, a novel. - - - 7H1 

Haliburton (Hugh). See Robertson (James L.) 

[Haliburton (Thomas C.)] Nature and human nature. - - 10H1 

Hall (Charles A.) The art of remembering. 1906. - - 15402 

Hall (G. S.) Youth, its education, regimen, and hygiene. 1907. 37011 

Hall, Gordon. In Holcomb (H. H.) India missions. 1901. ill. 99815 

Hall (H. R.) Governors and governing mechanism. 1903. ill. 62133 

Hall (H. S.) and Knight (S. R.) Elementary algebra. 1905. - 51201 

- Higher algebra. 1905. 51202 

- and Stevens (F. H.) Euclid's Elements. 1904. - - - 51301 
Hall, Martin J. Hall(F. E. R.) "In full and glad surrender." port. H101 

"The life and work of Martin J. Hall." 

Hall (Newman) Atonement, fundamental fact of Christianity. 23220 

Hall (Owen) Eureka [a novel]. 130 HI 

Hall (Sir Samuel) Short history of Oxford movement. 1906. 28305 

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Hall (William) Modern navigation. 1904. ill. - - - 52701 

Hallam, Arthur H. In Brown (J.) Rab and his friends [etc.] - E2B4 
Hallam (Henry) Constitutional history of England [1485-1760]. 34203 

- Europe during the middle ages. 1901. - - 91006 
Hallam, Henry. Macaulay (Lord) Hallam's Constitutional his- 
tory. In his Works. 82827 

Halves, a novel ; by J. Payn. - - 18 P 8 

Hamer (Sarah S.) An old chronicle of Leighton. - - - 13H1 

Hamilton, Alexander [a biography] ; by H. C. Lodge. 1898. - H041 

Hamilton (Angus) Korea. 1904. ill. map. - 95202 

Hamilton (C. J.) Notable Irishwomen [biographies], ill. - 99608 

Hamilton (Cosmo) Duke's son. 131H1 

Hamilton, Emma, Lady [a biography] ; by W. Sichel. 1905. port. H151 

Hamilton (Lord Ernest W.) Mary Hamilton [a romance]. - 125H2 

- The perils of Josephine. 125H1 

Hamilton (Sir Ian S. M.) Gen. A staff- officer's scrap-book. 2 v. 95102-3 
Hamilton, Janet. Young (J.) Pictures in prose and verse, 

recollections of Janet Hamilton. 1877. - - - 302Y 

[Hamilton (John A.)] The MS. in a red box. - - - 132H1 
Hamilton, Patrick. In Carslaw (W. H.) Six martyrs. 1907. ill. 99827 
Hamilton (Sir Richard V.) Adm. Rodney ; Hood. In From 

Howard to Nelson. 1907. 99609 

Hamilton (Robert) History of British fishes. 2 v. col. ill. - 59704-5 

Hamilton (William) Poems and songs, mem. - - - 82220 

Hamilton, Sir William [his life and philosophy] ; by J. Veitch. - 19205 
Hammerton (John A.) English humorists of to-day. 1907. Ul. 82714 

- A young man's mind [conduct of life]. 17005 

- ed. Stevensoniana, R. L. Stevenson. 1907. ill. - - - S221 
Hammond (John L. Le B.) Charles James Fox, a political study. F051 
Hampden, John. In Macaulay (Lord) Works. - 82827 
Hand. Bell (Sir C.) The hand, its mechanism. 1885. ill. - 21504 

Hand of Ethelberta ; by T. Hardy. 21 H 9 

Handel, George F. [a biography] ; by C. F. A. Williams, bibl. port. H281 

Handful of leaves [poems]. 1905. 501 H 

Handrailing. For related subjects, see Carpentry. 

- Hasluck (P. N.) ed. Practical handrailing. 1905. ill. - - 69405 
Handsome Humes ; by W. Black. - - - - - 62 B 3 
Handwriting. For list of related subjects, see Commerce. 

- Johnston (E.) Writing and illuminating [etc.] 1906. ill. - 74502 
Handy Andy, a tale of Irish life ; by S. Lover. - 54L1 

Hannah [a novel]; by Mrs. D. M. Craik. HOC 16 

Hannay (David) [Literature of] The later renaissance. 1898. - 80908 

Hannibal. In Alison (Sir A.) Essays, v. 2. 1850. - - - E3A2 

Hans of Iceland [a novel] ; by V. Hugo. 102H3 

Happiness. For list of related subjects, see Ethics. 

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Happiness. Avebury (Lord) Duty of happiness. In his Pleasures 

of life. E2A1 

Sheer (T. R.) The way to happiness. 1907.- - - - 17124 

Happy moralist [essays] ; by H. Bland. [1907]. - - - E8B1 

Hapsburgs. Smith (J. W. G.) The cradle of the Hapsburgs. H231 

Hara (0 Hashnu) Practical clairvoyance and telepathy. - - 13404 

Harben (Will N.) The Georgians, a novel. ... - 124H1 

Hard cash ; by C. Reade. - - - - - - 16 R 12 

A sequel to " Love me little, love me long," 16R14. 

Hard times ; by C. Dickens. 3 copies. 30D12 

Harding scandal ; by F. Barrett. 20 Bl 

Hardwick (A. A.) An ivory trader in north Kenia. 1903. ill. 96102 

Hardy (Francis H.) To the healing of the sea, a novel. - - 123H1 

Hardy (IzaD.) MacGilleroy's millions. - - - - - 18 HI 

Hardy (Thomas) Poems of the past and the present. 1903. - 401 H 

- Wessex poems, and other verses. 1903. ill. - 402 H 

- Desperate remedies, a novel. - - - - - - - 21 H 11 

- Far from the madding crowd. 21H10 

- A group of noble dames [stories]. - 21 H 14 

- The hand of Ethelberta. - - - - - - - - 21 H 9 

- A Laodicean, a story of to-day. 21 H 8 

- Life's little ironies, tales. A few crusted characters. - - 21 H 13 

- The mayor of Casterbridge. 21 H4 

- A pair of blue eyes. 21H1 

- The return of the native. - - - - - - 21 H 2 

- The trumpet-major, a tale. - 21 H3 

- Two on a tower. - - - - - - - - 21 H 7 

- Under the greenwood tree. - 21 H 6 

- Wessex tales. 21H5 

An imaginative woman. The three strangers. The withered arm. 
Fellow-townsmen. Interlopers at the Knap. The distracted preacher. 

- The woodlanders. - - - - - - - - - 21 H 12 

Hardy Norseman ; by Edna Lyall. 67L11 

Hare (Christopher) A queen of queens [Isabella] and the 

making of Spain. 1906. ill. map. 1041 

Hare (J uliusC. and A. W.) Guesses at truth. 1897. mem. port. 82804 
Harland (Sir Edward J.) Shipbuilding in Belfast. With 

Smiles (S.) Men of invention and industry. 1905. - - 99703 

Harland (Henry) The cardinal's snuff-box. - - - - 23 HI 

- My friend Prospero. 23 H 2 

Harley Greenoak's charge ; by B. Mitford. - - - - 97 Ml 
Harmonium. For list of other subjects in music, see Music. 

- Farmer (H.) New harmonium tutor. 4°. 78619 
Harmony. For list of other subjects in music, see Music. 

- Burrowes (J. F.) Harmony and thorough-bass primer, mus. 78107 

- Colberg (P. ) Harmony progressively arranged, mus. - - 78112 

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Harmony. Stainer (Sir J.) Harmony, mus. - 78104 
Harnack (Adolph) Monasticism, its ideals and history. The 

confessions of St. Augustine. 1901. .... 27102 

Harold, the last of the Saxon kings ; by Lord Lytton. - - - 74L5 

Harper (Chas. G.) A practical handbook of drawing. 1901. ill. 74102 

Harper (Frederick) Echoes from the undying word, sermons. 25209 
Harper, H. A. King ( W. L. M. ) Secret of heroism, memoir of Harper. H031 

Harper (J. W.) Education and social life. 1907. - - - 37003 

- ed. Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther ; with notes. (Temple Bible). 22318 
Harper (Malcolm McL.) The bards of Galloway. 1889.- - 82407 

- Rambles in Galloway. 1876. ill. 92010 

Harraden (Beatrice) The fowler. 24H3 

- Katharine Frensham, a novel. 24H1 

- Ships that pass in the night. 24H2 

Harris (G. M. ) The garden city movement. 1906. ill.- - 35211 

Harris (Joel C.) Tales of the home folks in peace and war. - 26H5 

- Uncle Remus. - - - - - - 26H3 

- Nights with Uncle Remus. - - - - . - - - 26H4 

- Told by Uncle Remus. 26 H 2 

Harrison (Benjamin) The constitution and administration of 

the United States of America. 1897. - - ' - - 34208 

Harrison (Mrs. Burton) Latter-day sweethearts. - - - 28H1 

Harrison (C. G.) Transcendental universe [Theosophy]. 1896. 13307 

Harrison (E.) Guns and shooting. 1906. ill. - - - - 79918 

Harrison (Frederic) The choice of books, and other pieces. - E4H1 

Culture, a dialogue. Past and present. The romance of the peerage 
[Beaconsfield's " Lothair"]. Froude's Life of Carlyle. [Cross's] Life of George 
Eliot. Historic London. Bernard of Clairvaux. A few words about the 
18th century. Histories of the French- revolution. A few words about 
the 19th century. [Etc.] 

- Memories and thoughts, men, books, cities, art. 1906. - - E4H2 

- Oliver Cromwell [a biography]. 1888. C029 

- The philosophy of common sense. 1907. ... - 14601 
Harrison (J. A. and W. J.) Experiments in elementary science. 53005 
Harrison (John) Oure tounis colledge, Edinburgh. 1884. - 37802 
Harrison, John. In Smiles (S.) Men of invention and industry. 99703 
Harrison (Matthew) The English language. 1848. - - 42004 
Harrison (Newton) Electric-wiring and switchboards. 1906. - 62404 

- Electrical engineering. With Hiscox (G. D.) Modern steam 

engineering. 1907. ill. 62116 

Harrison (W. J.) and Bailey (R. J.) Chemistry for all. 1903. ill. 54002 
Harrod (Frances) The taming of the brute. .... 127H1 
Harry Lorrequer, Confessions of ; by C. Lever. 2 copies. - - 39 LI 
Harry Richmond, Adventures of ; by G. Meredith. - - - 82 M 7 
Hart (Albert B.) Salmon Portland Chase [a biography]. 1899. C201 
Harte (Francis Bret) Choice works. 1903. mem. port. - 81804 
Sketches. Stories. Bohemian papers. Sensation novels condensed. Poems. 

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Hartk (Francis Bret) Poems and drama. 1893. port. - 

- Colonel Starbottle's client, and some other people. - 

- On the old trail [stories]. 

- A waif of the plains. 

- Susy [a sequel to " A waif of the plains "]. ... - 

- Clarence [a sequel to "Susy"]. ------ 

- Three partners [a sequel to "Clarence"]. - 
Hartmann (Robert) Anthropoid apes. 1885. ill. - 
Hartog (P. J.)andLANGDON(MRS. A. H. ) Writing of English. 1907 
Harvard lectures on revival of learning ; by J. E. Sandys. 1905. 

Harvest of love ; by C. A. E. R. Gull. 

Harvey (James) Essays on astrology. 1906. - 

Harvey (W. F.) ed. Danish self-taught. 1903. 
Harvey (William) ed. Harp of Stirlingshire [an anthology]. - 
Harvey (William H.) A manual of the British alga?. 1841. - 
Harveys [a novel] ; by H. Kingsley. ------ 

Hasluck (Paul N.) ed. Cabinetwork and joinery. 

- Cassell's Carpentry and joinery. 1907. ill. - 

- Domestic hot-water apparatus. 1907. ill. 

- Electro-plating. 1906. ill. . 

- Practical brickwork. 1905. ill. - 

- Practical handrailing. 1905. ill. - 
-~ Practical pattern-making. 1905. ill. - 

- Sanitary construction in building. 1906. ill. 

- Sanitary conveniences and drainage. 1906. ill. 

- Sewing machines, their construction and repair. 

- Window blinds, their making and fixing. 1907. 

- Woodworking, tools, materials, and processes. 
Hastings, Marquis of. In Morris (H.) Governors-general. 
Hastings, Warren. In Macaulay (Lord) Works. 

- In Morris (EI.) Governors-general of India, v. 1. port. 
Hastings. In Creasy (Sir E. S.) Decisive battles. 1905. 



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Hats. For lists of related subjects, see Chemical technology. Industries. 
- Smith (W.) The chemistry of hat manufacturing. 1906. ill. 68704 
Hatzfeldt (Count Paul) Letters to his wife, 1870-1. port. - H161 
Hauff (Wilhelm) Das Bild des Kaisers ; with notes. 1893. - 43817 
Haunted hotel ; by W. Wilkie Collins. 2 copies. - - - 75 C 11 
Haunted town ; by E. F. Heddle. - - - - - 49 H 2 

Haunters of the silences, animal life ; by C. G. D. Roberts, ill. 59125 
Hausner (A.) Preserved foods and sweetmeats. 1902. ill. - 66403 
Haverfield (F. J.) The Romanization of Roman Britain, ill.- 91335 
Havergal (Frances R.) Poetical works, port. - - - 1101 H 
Havergal (Maria V. G.) Autobiography. 1887. port.- - H221 
Hawke, Edward, Lord. Barrows (M.) Life of Hawke. 1896. - H021 
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Hawking. See Falconry. 

Hawkins (C. C.) and Wallis (F.) The dynamo. ]903. ill. - 62410 

Hawkins, Sir John. Walling (R. A. J.) A sea-dog of Devon. H191 
Hawthorn and lavender, with other verses ; by W. E. Henley. 1906. 602 H 

Hawthorne (Julian) Fortune's fool. 41 HI 

Hawthorne (Nathaniel) The Blithedale romance. - - - 42H5 

- The house of the seven gables. 42H4 

- Mosses from an old manse. 42 H 3 

- The new Adam and Eve [etc.] - 42 HI 

11 A second series of ' Mosses from an old manse.' " 

- The scarlet letter. 42 H 2 

- Tangle wood tales. 42 H 7 

- Transformation, or, the romance of Monte Beni. - - - 42 H 10 

- Twice-told tales. - 42H8 

- The snow image [and other twice-told tales]. - - - 42 H 6 
Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Conway (M. D.) Life of Hawthorne, bibl. H261 

- In Stephen (Sir L.) Hours in a library. E4S1 

- In Vincent (L. H. ) American literary masters. 1906. - - 81001 
Hay (Alfred) Alternating currents. 1907. ill. - - - 62416 

Hay (Ian) " Pip," a romance of youth. 126H1 

Hay (James) Sir Walter Scott [a biography]. 1899. - - S082 
Hay (Sir John CD.) Lines from my log-books. 1898. port. ill. map. H141 

Hay (Sir John D.) A memoir. 1896. port. ill. - - - H201 

Haycraft (John B.) Darwinism and race progress. 1900. - 57518 

Hayden (Arthur) Chats on old prints. 1906. ill. - - - 76002 
Haydn, Franz J. In Mason (D. G. ) Beethoven and his forerunners. 78011 
Haynes (Alfred E.) Man-hunting in the desert, the Palmer 

search expedition, 1882-3. 1894. ill. - 94410 

Hayward (Frank H.) Education as interpreted by Herbart. - 37006 

- The secret of Herbart. 1907. 37013 

A reply to James's " Talks to teachers on psychology," 37001. 

Hazell and Sons ; by A. S. Swan. 148S25 

Hazlitt (William) English poets. English comic writers. - 82004 

- Sketches and essays. Winterslow. 1900. - - - - El HI 

- The spirit of the age, or, contemporary portraits. 1894. - E1H2 

Jeremy Bentham. William Godwin. Home Tooke. Sir Walter Scott. 
Mr. Malthus. Mr. Gilford. [Etc.] 

Hazlitt, William. In Saintsbury (G. E. B.) Essays, v. 1. 1896. 82103 

- In Stephen (Sir L.) Hours in a library, v. 2. 1899. - - E4S2 
Hazlitt (William C.) The book-collector. 1904. ill. - - 01002 

- Studies in jocular literature. 1890. 82713 

He fell in love with his wife ; by E. P. Roe. .... 56R5 

He loved but one ; by F. F. Moore. 106M12 

He that will not when he may ; by Mrs. M. O. W. Oliphant. - 6011 

Head of the family, a novel ; by Mrs. D. M. Craik. - - - 110C1 

Headlam (Cecil) Friends that fail not, essays. 1902. - - E7H1 

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Headlong Hall [a story] ; by T. L. Peacock. - - - - 20 P 2 

Headsman, a tale ; by J. F. Cooper. 88C12 

Health. For list of related subjects, see Medicine. 

- In Avebury (Lord) Pleasures of life. 1905. - 

- Brown (J.) Plain words on health. In his Horse subsecivse, v. 1. 

- Cavanagh (F.) The care of the body. 1907. - 

- Cornaro (L.) Methods of attaining a long and healthful life. - 

- Curtis (E.) Nature and health. 1906. 

- Davies (N. E. Y.) Health and condition, active and sedentary. 

- Douglas (C. C.) The laws of health, school hygiene. 1907. ill. 

- Henderson (M. F.) The aristocracy of health. 1906. 

I" A study of physical culture, our favorite poisons." 
Kingsley (C.) Health and education [essays]. 1887. 
- Sanitary and social lectures and essays. 1902. - 
The science of health. The two breaths. Thrift. Nausicaa in London, 
or, the lower education of women. The air-mothers. Great cities and their 
influence. Heroism. " A mad world, my masters." [Etc.] 
Porter (C. ) School hygiene. 1906. ill. 

- Schofield (A. T.) The home life in order, hygiene. 1906. ill. 

- Webster (Mrs. J. J. ) Beauty and health in youth and age. 1907. 

- Whipple (L. E.) Practical health. 1907. .... 



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- See also Alcohol. 

Youth. 
Health, Public. Bailey (E. H. S. ) Sanitary chemistry. 
"Water, air, and food." 

- Gerhard (W. P.) Guide to sanitary house-inspection. 1885. 

- Jephson (H. ) The sanitary evolution of London. 1907. map 

- Kingzett (C. T. ) Nature's hygiene and sanitary chemistry. 

- Newman (G.) The health of the state. 1907. 

- Parkes (L. C.) and Kenwood (H. R. ) Hygiene and public health. 61408 

- Shaw (A. H. ) Elementary science applied to sanitation and 

plumbers' work. 1906. ill. - 

- See also Bacteria. Bread. Children. Contagion. 

Heart of man ; by S. K. Hocking. 

Heart of Midlothian ; by Sir W. Scott. 3 copies. 

Heart of oak, a three stranded yarn ; by W. Clark Russell. 

Heart of Princess Osra ; by Anthony Hope. ... - 

Heart that knows ; by C. G. D. Roberts. 

Hearts are trumps ; by Sarah Tytler. . _ . . - 

Heart's harmony ; by E. M. Forbes. 

Hearts of Wales, an old romance : by Allen Raine. - - * - 

Heart's problem ; by C. Gibbon. 

Heartsease, or, the brother's wife ; by C. M. Yonge. - 
Heat. For list of related subjects 

heat, see Engineering. 

- In CasselPs New popular educator, v. 8 

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HEA GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Heat. In Deschanel (A. P.) Natural philosophy, v. 2. 1904. - 53601 

- Dexter (J. S.) Exercises on sound, light, and heat. 1901. ill. 53605 

- Edser (E.) Heat for advanced students. 1906. ill. - - 53608 

- Glazebrook (R. T.) Heat, an elementary text-book. 1906. ill. 53609 

- Maxwell (J. C.) Theory of heat. 1904. ill. - - . - - 53607 

- Nernst (W.) Experimental and theoretical applications of 

thermodynamics to chemistry. 1907. .... 53604 

- Robson (E. S. A.) Practical exercises in heat. 1902. ill. - 53606 

- Swinburne (J.) Entropy. 1904. ill. 53603 

" Thermodjmamics from an engineer's standpoint." 

- Tyndall (J.) Heat, a mode of motion. 1904. ill. - - - 53602 
Heath (H. L.) The infant, the parent, and the state. 1907. ill. 61406 
Heath (Sidney) Our homeland churches. 1907. ill. - - 72605 
Heathcote (John M.) and others. Tennis. Lawn tennis. [Etc.] 79609 
Heather and snow, a novel ; by G. MacDonald. - - - - 10 M 34 
Heating. For list of related subjects, see Building. 

- Griffiths (H.) The plenum or propulsion system of heating and 

ventilation. [1905]. ill. 69702 

- Hasluck (P. N.) ed. Domestic hot- water apparatus. 1907. ill. 69701 

- Thomas (J. W.) Heating [etc.] of dwellings. 1906. ill. - 62801 
Heaven. For related subjects, see Future state. 

- Jeremias (A.) The Babylonian heaven and hell. 1902. bibl- 29906 
Heber (Reginald) Bp. Poetical works. 1875. port. - - 801 H 
Hebrew language. See Language, Hebrew. 

Hebrew literature. See Literature, Jewish. 

Hebrew literature of Wisdom ; by J. F. Genung. 1906. - - 22408 

Hebrews. See Jews. 

Hebrews, Epistle to the. See Bible. 

Hebrides. Miller (H. ) Cruise of the Betsey. 1897.- - - 55401 

" A [geologist's] holiday in the Hebrides." 

Heddle (Ethel F.) A haunted town. 49 H 2 

- The secret of the turret. ' - - - 49 H 3 

Hedges (Killingworth) Modern lightning conductors. 1905. - 53704 

Hedin (Sven) Adventures in Tibet. 1904. ill. - - - 94904 
Hedley (G. W.) joint-author. See Wilson (F. R. L.) 

Heeren, A. H. L. Carlyle (T.) Life of Heyne. In his Essays, v. 2. E1C2 
Hegel, GeorgW.F. Stirling (J. H.) The secret of Hegel. 1865. 2 v. 19305-6 
Heidelberg, or, the winter-king ; by G. P. R. James. - - 6 J 15 

Heidenmauer, a legend of the Rhine; by J. F. Cooper. - - 88 C 13 

Heilprin (Angelo) The distribution of animals. 1887. - - 59108 

Heilprin (Louis) A table of universal history to 1892. - - 90203 

Hein (G.) Exercises in French conversation and composition. - 44875 

Heine (Heinrich) Lieder und Gedichte ; with notes. 1907. - 43841 

- Poems; trans, by E. A. Bowring. 1905. mem. - - - 1001 H 
Heine, Heinrich. Eliot (George) German wit. In her Essays. - E1E2 
Heinrich von Eichenfels ; von C. von Schmid ; notes. 1899. - 43839 

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Heir [a novel] ; by Sydney C. Grier. 67G1 

Heir of Redclyffe [a story] ; by C. M. Yonge. - - - - 2Y35 

Heir of the ages ; by J. Payn. 18P17 

Heir presumptive and heir apparent ; by Mrs. ML 0. W. Oliphant. 6015 

Heirs of Errington ; by E. J. Worboise. 83W3 

Helbeck of Bannisdale [a novel] ; by Mrs. H. Ward.- - - 14W7 

Helen [a novel] ; by M. Edgeworth. 10E6 

Helen Adair [a novel] ; by G. Louis Becke. - - - 35 B 3 

Helen of Troy, N.Y. [a novel] ; by \Y. S. Jackson. - - - 43 Jl 

Helen's babies ; by J. Habberton. 1H1 

Hell. Jeremias (A.) The Babylonian heaven and hell. 1902. bibl. 29906 
Hello (Ernest) Studies in saintship. 1903. .--- 99825 
Helm (Elijah) The cotton industry. In British industries. 1907. 33804 
[Helps (Sir Arthur)] Friends in council. 1894-1900. 2 v. - E6H1-2 

1. Education. History. Reading. On giving and taking criticism. 
On the art of living. Improvement of the condition of the rural poor. 
Government. Slavery. 2. Worry. War. Criticism. Arts of self-advancement. 
On the miseries of human life. Life not so miserable, after all. Pleasantness. 
Government. Despotism. The need for tolerance. [Etc.] 

Hemy (Henri F.) Tutor for the pianoforte, fo. mus. - - 78607 

Henderson (Ernest F.) Short history of Germany to 1871. 1906. 92705 

Henderson (George) Lady Nairne and her songs. 1906. ill. N051 

Henderson (Hy. F.) Religious controversies of Scotland. 1905. 27508 

Henderson (John) Electricity and magnetism. 1898. ill. - 53711 

Henderson (Mary F.) The aristocracy of health. 1906. - - 61321 

Henderson (T. F. ) The auld Ayrshire of Robert Burns. 1906. ill. 91903 

- Robert Burns [a biography]. 1905. ill. .... B065 

- and Watt (F. ) Scotland of to-day. col. ill. - - - 91829 
Henderson (W. J.) The art of the singer. 1906. - - - 78405 
Hendrick (Burton J.) The story of life insurance. 1907. Ul. 36801 
Hendrix (Eugene R.) Bp. The religion of the incarnation. - 23235 
Henham (Ernest G.) Menotah, a tale of the Riel rebellion. - 133H1 
Henley (William E. ) Essay on Burns. In The poetry of Burns, v. 4. 113 B 

- For England's sake, verses and songs in time of war. 1900. - 603 H 

- Hawthorn and lavender, with other verses. 1906.- - - 602 H 

- A song of speed. 1903. 601 H 

i- Views and reviews, essays in appreciation, art. 1902. - - 70407 
Henrietta Temple, a love story ; by the Earl of Beaconsfield. - 31 Bl 
Henrietta's wish ; by C. M. Yonge. 2Y14 
Henry II. Green (Mrs. J. R.) Henry the Second. 18S8. - - H181 
Henry V. Church (A. J.) Henry the Fifth [a biography]. 1891. port.R131 
Henry VII. In Innes (A. D.) Ten Tudor statesmen. 1906. port. 99822 
Henry VIII. In Innes (A. D.) Ten Tudor statesmen. 1906. port. 99822 
Henry (J. Q. A.) The deadly cigarette, juvenile smoking, ill. 61316 
Henry, Patrick [a biography] ; by M. C. Tyler. 1898. - - H051 
Henry Esmond, History of ; by W. M. Thackeray. 2 copies. - 12 T 7 
Henry Masterton, adventures of a young cavalier ; by G. P. R. James. 6 J 3 
157 



HEN GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Henry of Guise, or, the states of Blois ; by G. P. R. James. - 6 J 16 

Henslow (George) How to study wild flowers. 1906. ill. - 58205 

Henslow, JohnS., Memoir of ; by L. Jenyns. 1862. bibl. port. H071 

Henson (Herbert H.) Christian marriage. 1907. - - - 17311 

Hepworth (T. C. ) The book of the lantern. 1899. ill. - - 53506 

Her Benny ; by S. K. Hocking. 67 HI 

' Her Ladyship,' a romance ; by T. W. Speight. - - - 96S2 

Her lord and master, a tale ; by F. Marryat. - - - - 51 M 3 

Her Majesty's minister ; by W. Le Queux. - 36L2 

Her memory ; by Maarten Maartens. 2M2 

Heraldry. For list of related subjects, see Biography. 

- Da vies (A. C. F.) Heraldic badges. 1907. ill. - - - 99906 
Herbart, Johann F. Hay ward (F. H.) The meaning of education 

as interpreted by Herbart. 1907. - - - - - 37006 

- - The secret of Herbart. 1907. 37013 

A reply to James's " Talks to teachers on psychology," 37001. 
Herbert (Fern and) Anecdotes [In French]. 1900. - - - 44859 
Herbert, George. In Walton (I. ) Lives, bibl. - 99813 

Herbert of Lea, Sidney, Lord, a memoir ; by Lord Stanmore. 2 v. H 241-2 
Herd (David) ed. Ancient and modern Scottish songs, etc. 2 v. 82217-8 
Heredia, Jose-Maria de. In Gosse (E. W. ) Critical kit-kats. 1896. E6G1 
Heredity. For related subjects, see Evolution. Mind and body. 

- Guyau (J. M. ) Education and heredity. 1891. - - - 37004 

- Lock (R. H.) Recent progress in heredity [etc.] 1907. ill - 57527 

- In Romanes (G. J.) Darwin and after Darwin, v. 2. 1895. ill. 57510 

- Saleeby (C. W.) Heredity. [1905]. 57521 

- Weismann (A. ) Heredity and biological problems. 2 v. bibl. 57507-8 

- Weldon (W. F. R.) Inheritance in animals and plants. In 

Lectures on the method of science. 1906. - - - 50421 
Hereford, Cathedral church of ; by A. H. Fisher. 1898. ill. plan.72602 
Heretics [essays]; by G. K. Chesterton. 1907. - - - E7C1 

Here ward the Wake, 'last of the English' ; by C. Kingsley. 2 copies. 24 K 4 
Herford (Chas. H. ) [Literature of] The age of Wordsworth. - 82106 
Heriot (T. H. P. ) Science in sugar production. 1907. ill. - 66408 
Heriots [a story] ; by Sir H. S. Cunningham. .... 133 CI 
Heritage of the free, or, more than conquerors ; by David Lyall. 66 L 5 
Herkless (John) Cardinal Beaton [a biography]. 1891. - - B191 

- The early Christian martyrs. - ♦ 27205 

- ed. Hebrews, Peter, James, and Jude ; notes. (Temple Bible). 22815 
Hermann und Dorothea ; von J. W. von Goethe; notes. - - 43816 
Hermits. For list of related subjects, see Christian biography. 

- Kingsley (C.) The hermits. 1885. ill. 99809 

Saint Antony. Saint Paul. Hilarion. Simeon Stylites. Saint 
Severinus. Celtic hermits. Saint Godric. [Etc.] 

Hernani, drame ; par V. Hugo ; with notes. 1904. - - - 44848 

Heroes. For list of other subjects in biography, see Biography. 

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Heroes. Carlyle (T.) Heroes, hero-worship, and the heroic in 

history. E1C11 

- Clifford (H.) Heroes of exile. 1906. 99510 

Earliest exile of St. Helena [Fermio Lopez]. Romance of a Scots family 
[Ross]. King of the Sedangs [Comte de Ray]. Wreckage of empire 
[Cambodia]. "A hungry heart" [Ibn Batuta]. Time and Tobago. Story 
of Jose Rizal, the Filipino. A dying kingdom [Brunei]. Record of Somdet 
Phra, sometime King of Siam. 

Heroes of the nations series, illustrated biographies. 

A list of the series may be seen on application. Each volume is entered 
in the catalogue under the author's name and the subject with which it deals. 

Heroes, or, Greek fairy tales ; by C. Kingsley. - - - 24 K 3 

Heroism. In Kingsley (C. ) Sanitary and social lectures. 1902. E1K1 

Herr Paulus [a novel] ; by Sir W. Besant. - - - - 49 Bl 

Herrick (Robert) Memoirs of an American citizen [a story]. - 128 HI 
Herrick (Robert) Poetical works. 2 v. mem. port. - - 901-2 H 

Hertslet (Sir E.) Recollections of the old Foreign Office. 1901. H081 

Hervey (Maurice H. ) Trade policy of imperial federation. 1892. 33702 
Hesiod. [Works and days ; The theogony ; Shield of Hercules] ; 

trans, by C. A. Elton. 1895. bibl. mem. - - - 88304 

Hester, a story of contemporary life; by Mrs. M. 0. W. Oliphant. 6012 

Hetty Wesley [a novel] ; by A. T. Quiller Couch. - - - 99 C 4 

Hewitt (G. C.) Wood-carving. 1900. ill. .... 73601 

Hewlett (Maurice) The fool errant. 57 H 2 

- The queen's quair. 57 HI 

Heyne, Christian G. Carlyle (T.) LifeofHeyne. In his Essays, v. 1. E1C1 

Hichens (Robert S.) The black spaniel, and other stories. - 58 H 2 

- The woman with the fan. 58 HI 

Hicks (John W.) Vocations for our sons. 1906. - - - 65802 

Hickson (Sidney J.) The fauna of the deep sea. 1894. ill. - 59127 

Hidden beauties of nature [microscopy] ; by R. Kerr. ill. - 59301 

Hidden manna ; by A. J. Dawson. - - - - - 19 Dl 

Hide and seek ; by W. Wilkie Collins. 75C19 

Higgins (Sydney H. ) Dyeing in Germany and America. 1907. 66714 

Higgs (James) Fugue, mus. 78103 

Higgs (Mary) Glimpses into the abyss. 1906. - 33901 

High toby ; by H. B. M. Watson. 26W1 

A sequel to "Galloping Dick," 26W2. 

High treason, a romance of the days of George the Second. . - 59H1 
Highcroft Farm ; by J. S. Fletcher. - - - - - 30F1 
Highland homilies ; by W. Forsyth. 1907. .... 25229 
Highland pulpit, sermons ; by M. Macaskill. 1907. - - - 25222 
Highlands and Highlanders. Beaton (A. J.) Social and econ- 
omic condition of the Highlands since 1800. 1906. ill. - 92202 

- Campbell (J. F.) ed. Popular tales of the west Highlands 

[In Gaelic and English]. 1890-3. 4 v. ill. - - - 39803-6 

- Campbell (J. G.) Superstitions of the Highlands. 1900. - 39809 
Witchcraft and second sight in the Highlands. 1902. - 39818 

159 



HIG GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Highlands and Highlanders. Colquhoun (J. ) The moor and the 

loch [sport]. 1888. ill. 79919 

- Kennedy (J.) Old Highland days, reminiscences, ill. - - K031 

- Lauder (Sir T. D.) Tales of the Highlands. 1881. ill. - 39810 

- Mackenzie (W. C.) History of the Scottish Highlands. 1907. 92207 

- Skene (W. F.) The Highlanders of Scotland. 1902. - - 92201 

- Victoria (Queen) Our life in the Highlands. 1868. ill. - V024 
More leaves from a journal of a life in the Highlands, 

1862-82. 1885. ill. V026 

- Weld (C. R.) Two months in Highlands, Orcadia, and Skye. - 92206 
Hilarion, Saint. In Kingsley (C.) The hermits. 1885. ill. - 99809 
Hildebrand. See Gregory VII. 

Hill (Adams S.) The foundations of rhetoric. .... 80814 

- The principles of rhetoric. - - - - - - - 80815 

Hill (Constance) The house in St. Martin's Street. 1907. ill. B261 

"Chronicles of the Burney family." 

- Juniper Hall. 1905. ill. - - - - - - - 91712 

"A rendezvous of certain illustrious personages during the French 
revolution, including Alexandre d'Arblay and Fanny Burney." 

Hill (Frederic) An ^autobiography [1803-93]. port. - - H061 

Hill (Gray) With the Beduins in Syria. 1891. ill. map. - 94416 

Hill (Julian) Great English poets. 1907. ill. - - - 99905 

Hills (H. F.) Gas and gas fittings. 1902. ill. - - - 66502 

Hilly ars and the Burtons ; by H. Kingsley. - - - 26 K 2 
Hinduism. For list of other religions, see Religions. 

- Barnett (L. D.) Hinduism. 1906. bibl. .... 29403 
Hinkson (Henry A.) Copyright law. 1903. .... 34707 

- The king's deputy, a romance. 64H1 

- The splendid knight. - - - - - - - - 64 H 2 

Hinsdale (B. A. ) The art of study. - 37008 

Hinton (C. H.) An episode of flat land. - - - - 134 HI 
Hippolytus. Dods (M.) Hippolytus's Homily against Noetus. 

In his Erasmus, and other essays. 1891. - - - E4D1 
Hird (Dennis) A picture book of evolution. 1906-7. 2 v. ill. 57529-30 

His better half ; by G. Griffith. 99G1 

His next of kin ; by E. J. Worboise. - - - - - - 83W5 

His people ; by R. B. 0. Graham. 48G2 

His sombre rivals ; by E. P. Roe. 56R12 

Hiscox (Gardner D. ) Gas, gasoline, and oil engines. 1906. ill. 62201 

- Modern steam engineering. 1907. ill. -.•■-.-- 62116 
Histoire de Manon Lescaut ; par A. F. Prevost d'Exiles. - - 57 PI 
Histoire du veritable Gribouille ; par George Sand. - - - 15 SI 
Histoires et lecons de choses ; par M. Pape-Carpantier. - - 84803 
History. Histories of specific countries or subjects are entered under 

their names. For a list of these, and of headings subsidiary to 
history not here referred, see the classified table of subject- 
headings at the commencement of the catalogue. 

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History. Canning (A. S. G.) British writers on classic lands, a 

literary sketch. 1907. 82016 

- In Carlyle(T.) Essays, v. 2, 4. E1C2, E1C4 

- Fairbairn (A. M.) The place of Indo-European and Semitic 
races in history. In his Studies. 1876. - 20103 

- Fiddes (E.) and others. Historical essays. 1907. maps. - 90406 
The legend of St. Ursula and the eleven thousand virgins ; by Mrs. T. 

F. Tout. Wales and the March during the barons' wars, 125S-67 ; by T. F. 
Tout. The Italian bankers in England and their loans to Edward I. -II. ; by 
W. E. Rhodes. Pierre Dubois, a mediaeval radical ; by F. M. Powicke. Did 
Richard II. murder the Duke of Gloucester? by J. Tait. The borough of 
Preston and its Gild Merchant ; by H. W. Clemesha. The sumptuary laws 
of Venice in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries ; by M. M. Newett. 
Some aspects of Henry VIII. 's Irish policy ; by R. Dunlop. Elisabeth, 
Princess Palatine ; by A. W. Ward. The Miltonic ideal ; by G. A. Wood. 
The beginnings of the national debt ; by W. A. Shaw. The Moravian con- 
tribution to the evangelical revival in England, 1742-55 ; by J. E. Hutton. 
Xapoleon, the first phase ; by H. S. Wilkinson. The detention of Napoleon 
at St. Helena ; by J. H. Rose. [Etc.] 

- Froude (J. A.) The science of history. In his Short studies, v. 1. E2F1 
Scientific method applied to history. In his Short studies. E2F2 

- Grant (A. J.) ed. English historians. 1906. .... 90101 
Extracts to illustrate the characteristics of English historians. 

- Gull (C. A. E. R.) The historicides of Oxford. In his <'I 
believe," and other essays. 1907. E5G1 

- Harrison (F.) A few words about the 18th century; The 
19th century. In his Choice of books [etc.] 1903. - E4H1 

- Heilprin (L.) A table of universal history to 1S92.- - - 90203 

- Historic sketches. In Cassell's Popular educator, v. 4-6. ill. 03205-7 

- Lyall (Sir A. C.) History and fable. In his Asiatic studies. - 94718 

- Mahaffy (J. P.) Prolegomena to ancient history. 1871. ill. - 90206 
Interpretation of legends and inscriptions. A survey of old Egyptian 

literature. 

- Maurice (F. D.) Ancient history. In Friendship of books [etc.] E4M1 

- Ploetz(C) An epitome of history. 90202 

- Rawlinson (G.) A manual of ancient history [to a.d. 651]. - 90201 

- Richards (F. T.) The eve of Christianity. 1902. - - - 90205 
"A glance at the state of the world about the time of Augustus." 

- Schlegel (F. von) Philosophy of history, lectures. 1846. - 90102 

- In Strong (S. A.) Critical studies. 1905. ill. - - - 82820 

- See also Archaeology. Battles. Biography. Civilization. Crusades. 
Geography. Middle ages. Pioneering. Sieges. Travel. 

History of David Grieve [a novel] ; by Mrs. H. Ward. - - 14 W 2 

History of Henry Esmond ; by W. M. Thackeray. 2 copies. - 12 T 7 

History of Pendennis ; by W. M. Thackeray. 2 copies. - - 12 T 5 

History of Samuel Titmarsh; by W. M. Thackeray. 2 copies.- 82811 

Hitchcock (Edward) The religion of geology. .... 55006 

Hittites [history and civilization] ; by L. Messerschmidt. 1903. 94417 

Hoare (J. D.) Arctic exploration. 1906. ill. maps. - - 99404 

Hobart (Henry M.) Electric motors, their construction. 1904. 62403 
Hobbes (John Oliver). See Craigie (Mrs. Pearl M. T.) 
f 161 



HOB GLA SGOW P UBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Hobbes (Thomas) English works. 11 v. port. - - 19209-19 

1. Logic. First grounds of philosophy. Proportions of motions and 
magnitudes. Physics, or, the phenomena of nature. 2. Philosophical 
rudiments concerning government and society — liberty, dominion, and 
religion. 3. Leviathan. 4. Human nature. Decorpore politico, or, elements 
of law. Liberty and necessity. Answer to Bp. Bramh all's "Catching of the 
Leviathan." Manners, religion [etc.] of Hobbes. 5. Liberty, necessity, and 
chance. 6. Dialogue of the common laws of England. Behemoth, the causes 
of the civil wars of England, 1640-60. Art of rhetoric. 7. Seven philoso- 
phical problems. Decameron physiologicum, dialogues of natural philosophy. 
Lessons on geometry and astronomy to the professors of mathematics at 
Oxford University. Dr. Wallis's Geometry [etc.] 8-9. Trans, of History of 
the Grecian war written by Thucydides. 10. Trans, of the Iliads and 
Odysses of Homer. 11. General index. 

Hobbes, Thomas. In Robertson (J. M. ) Pioneer humanists. 1907. 99824 

- In Stephen (Sir J. F.) Horae Sabbaticae, v. 2. 1892. - - E3S2 

Hobbes on government. Hobbes's ' Leviathan.' Hobbes's minor works. 

Hobbs (L. M.) Thermo-dynamic principles of engine design. 1907. 62114 

Hobson (John A.) Canada to-day. 1906. 96903 

Hocking (Joseph) The chariots of the Lord. - - - - 65 H 3 

- The man who rose again. ....... 65H4 

- The purple robe. - ' - 65H2 

- Roger Trewinion. 65H5 

- The scarlet woman. 65H7 

- The woman of Babylon. - - - - - - - - - 65H6 

Hocking (Silas K. ) Alec Green. 67 H 3 

- Crookleigh, a village story. 67 H 2 

- The day of recompense. 67 H 9 

- For Abigail, a west country story. 67 H 6 

- For light and liberty. - - - 67 H 7 

- God's outcast. 67H10 

- The heart of man. 67H13 

- Her Benny. 67H1 

- Ivy, a tale of cottage life. 67H11 

- Real grit. 67H5 

- Sea-waif. 67H4 

- A son of Reuben. 67H8 

- The strange adventures of Israel Pendray. - - - - 67 H 12 

- Where duty lies. - - 67 H 14 

Hodder (Edwin) Truth in story, discourses for young people. 24901 

Hodder (William R.) The doubling of Joseph Brereton. - - 68H1 

Hodges (W. H.) and Powell (P.) Le Francais chez lui. - - 44853 

"A French reader, with exercises on grammar." 

Hodgson (William E.) How to fish, trout. 1907. ill. - - 79913 

Hoffding (Harald) The philosophy of religion. 1906. - - 20104 

- The problems of philosophy. 1905. 10002 

Hoffmann (Professor) ed. Hoyle's Games modernized. 1907. ill. 79309 

Hogarth, Wm. iw Cunningham (A.) and Heaton (Mrs. C.) Painters. 99709 

- Hazlitt (W.) The works of Hogarth. In his Lectures. 1884. 82004 

- In Thackeray (W. M.) English humourists. 2 copies. - - 12T7 

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Hogg (James) Poems; selected by W. Wallace, mem. port. - 1201 H 

Hogg, James. In Saintsbury (G. E. B.) Essays, v. 1. 1896. - 82103 

Hogge (J. M.) The facts of gambling. 1907. - 17403 
Hoisting machinery. For list of related subjects, see Engineering. 

- Marks (E. C. R.) Cranes and other lifting machinery. 1904. 62302 
Holcomb (H. H.) Men of might in India missions, 1706-1899. - 99815 
Holding (T. H. ) Cycle and camp [in Connemara]. ill. - - 79616 
Holdsworth (Annie E.) A garden of spinsters. - - - 73H1 
Holland (Bernard) Imperium et libertas. 1901. - - - 91108 

"A study in history and politics [British Empire]." 

Holland (Clive) How to use a camera. 1905. ill. - - 77102 
Holland (Henry S.) and Rockstro (W. S.) Memoir of Jenny 

Lind-Goldschmidt, her early life, 1820-51. 1891. 2 v. ill. L101-2 

Holland. Lucas (E. V. ) A wanderer in Holland. 1907. col. ill. 93010 

- Motley (J. L.) The rise of the Dutch Republic. 189S. ill. map. 93001 
Holmes (E. M.) British fungi. 1886. ill. - 58902 
Holmes (Sir Geo. C. V.) Ancient and modern ships. 1906-7. 2 v. 62629-30 

- The steam engine. 1897. ill. 62118 

Holmes (James) Calculations in cotton weaving. 1903. - - 67719 

Holmes (Oliver Wendell) Autocrat at the breakfast-table. - E5H2 

- The professor at the breakfast-table. E5H1 

- The poet at the breakfast- table. E5H3 

- Our hundred days in Europe. 1895. - - - - - 91601 

- Poetical works. 1896. port. 301H 

- Elsie Venner, a romance of destiny. 78 HI 

- A mortal antipathy. 78 H 2 

Holmes, Oliver W. [a biography] ; by W. Jerrold. 1893. bibl. port. H271 

Holmes (T.) Pictures and problems from London police courts. 36401 
Holmes (Thomas R. E.) Ancient Britain and the invasions of 

Julius Caesar. 1907. ill. maps. 91337 

Holro yd (Caroline C. ) Seething days, a romance. - - - 79 HI 

Holy dying; by J. Taylor. 24101 

Holy Land. See Palestine. 

Holy living ; by J. Taylor. 24102 

Holy Roman Empire [a. d. 193-1871]; by J. Bryce. maps. - 92701 
Holy Spirit. For list of related subjects, see Theology. 

- Cumming (J. E.) " Through the eternal spirit." - - - 23103 

Holy war ; by J. Bunyan. 24404 

Holyoake (Geo. J.) History of co-operation. 1906. 2 v. port. 33404-5 

Home (Gordon) What to see in England. 1903. ill. map. - 91607 

- Yorkshire dales and Cleveland fells. 1906. ill. - - - 91704 
Home. For list of related subjects, see Ethics. 

- Ruskin (J. ) Home and its economies. In his On the old road. 70403 

- Thayer (W. M.) Round the hearthstone. 1897. - - - 17307 

- Thomson (J.) The domestic circle. 1S86. .... 17309 

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Home [a novel] ; by F. Bremer. 86 Bl 

Home again ; by G. MacDonald. 10M26 

Home life ; by E. M. Sewell. 48S3 

Home life in order, hygiene ; by A. T. Schofield. 1906. - - 61323 
Home rule. Anderson (Sir R.) Sidelights on the home rule 

movement. 1906. 92614 

- McDonnell (M. F. J. j Ireland and home rule movement. 1908. 92618 
Home scenes and heart studies [stories] ; by G. Aguilar. - - 12 A 5 

Homely virtues ; by J. Watson. 1903. 17118 

Homer. Iliads; Odysses; trans, by T. Hobbes. - - - 19218 

- Iliad and Odyssey ; trans, [into verse] by A. Pope. port. ill. 88303 

- The Odyssey ; trans, into prose by S. H. Butcher and A. Lang. 102H 
Homer. Alison (Sir A.) Homer, Dante [etc.] In his Essays. - E3A2 

- In Froude (J. A.) Short studies, v. 1. 1905. - E2F1 

- Garnett (R.) On translating Homer. In his Essays. 1901. - E3G1 
Homespun, a study of simple folk ; by A. S. Swan. - - - 148 S 31 

Homo sum, a novel ; by G. Ebers. - 3E4 

Homoeopathy. For list of related subjects, see Therapeutics. 

- Clarke (J. H. ) Homoeopathy explained. 1905. - - - 61503 

- In Gairdner (Sir W. T.) The physician as naturalist. 1889. - 61002 
Hongkong. In S. (D. W. ) European settlements in far east. 1900. 94306 
Hood (Paxton) Christmas Evans [a biography]. 1900. - - E061 
Hood ; Samuel, Viscount, Adm. Hamilton (Sir R. V.) Hood. In 

From Howard to Nelson. 1907. port. map. - - - 99609 

Hood (Thomas) Poetical works, mem. port. - 201 H 

- Poetical w r orks, selected, mem. 1301 H 

Hood, Thomas. In Saintsbury (G. E. B.) Essays, v. 2. 1895. - 82104 

Hooker, Richard. Staley (V. ) Hooker [his life]. 1907. port. ill. H211 

- Stephen (Sir J. F.) Hooker's 'Ecclesiastical polity. 5 In his 

Horae Sabbaticae, v. 1. 1892. E3S1 

- In Walton (I.) Lives, bihl. - - - - - - 99813 

Hooper (Frederick) The woollen and worsted industries of 

Yorkshire. In British industries. 1907. - - - 33804 

Hooper (George) Waterloo, the downfall of Napoleon, plans. 93114 

Hooton (W. M.) Experimental science [physics, chemistry]. - 53007 

Hope (Anthony) The chronicles of Count Antonio. - - 82 H 3 

- The Dolly dialogues. 82 H 9 

- The god in the car. 2 copies. 82 H 6 

- The heart of Princess Osra. - - - - - - - 82 H 7 

- The intrusions of Peggy. 82H13 

- A man of mark. 82H2 

- Phroso, a romance. - - - - - - - - - 82 H 11 

- The prisoner of Zenda. - - - - - - - - 82 HI 

- Pvupert of Hentzau [a sequel to " The prisoner of Zenda"]. - 82H8 

- Quisante. 82H4 

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Hope (Anthony) A servant of the public. 82H10 

- Simon Dale. 82 H 5 

- Sophy of Kravonia. 82H12 

Hope (Eva) Life of General Gordon. G024 

Hope (Graham) My Lord Winchenden. 85 HI 

Hope the hermit, a novel ; by Edna Lyall. - - - 67 L 9 

Hopes and fears ; by C. M. Yonge. 2Y32 

Hopkins (Tighe) The silent gate, a voyage into prison. - - 86 HI 

Hopley (Catherine C.) British reptiles and batrachians. ill. 59811 

Horace in homespun, pastorals ; by J. L. Robertson. 1886. ill. 801R 

Hora3 Biblical, studies ; by A. Carr. 1903. .... 22011 
Horae Sabbaticae [essays] ; by Sir J. F. Stephen. 1892. 3 v. E3S1-3 
Horse subsecivae [essays] ; by J. Brown. 1897. 3 v. - E2B1-3 

Hornaday (Wm. T. ) Camp-fires in the Canadian Rockies. 1906. 79923 

Horner (Joseph G.) Practical metal turning. 1906. ill. - 62310 

- Tools for engineers and woodworkers. 1905. ill. - - - 62313 
Hornung (Ernest W.) Denis Dent. 89H2 

- Raffles, the amateur cracksman. 89 HI 

Horology. See Time. 

Horse. For list of other domestic animals, see Domestic animals. 

- Dale (T. F.) The stable handbook. 1907. ill. - - - 63607 

- Gordon (W. J.) The horse-world of London. 1893. ill. - 63610 
Horse- shoeing. Hunting (W.) Art of horse-shoeing. 1905. ill. 68203 
Horsemanship. For list of other sports, see Sports. 

- Lyall (J. G.) The merry gee-gee, to breed, break, and ride him. 79801 

- See also Coaching. 

Horsley (Sir Victor) and Sturge (M. D.) Alcohol and the 

human body. 1907. ill. 61306 

Hortense, Queen, and her friends; by I. A. Taylor. 1907. 2v. port. H251-2 

Horton (Robert F.) For dawn or twilight [meditations].- - 24207 

- [Sermons on] The Trinity. 1901. port. .... 23101 
Hosea, See Bible. 

Hosiery. For list of other industries, see Industries. 

- Felkin (W.) History of machine-wrought hosiery and lace 

manufactures. 1867. ill. 67727 

Hoskins (L. M.) A text-book on hydraulics. 1907. ill. • - 62705 
Hosmer (George L.) joint-author. See Breed (Charles B. ) 

Hosmer (James K.) Samuel Adams [a biography]. 1885. - A061 

Hossfeld's Dutch for the million ; with key. .... 43903 

Hough (Emerson) The girl at the halfway house, a story. - 91H1 

Houghton (Louise S.) Hebrew life and thought. 1906. - - 22005 

Hound of the Baskervilles ; by Sir A. Conan Doyle. - - - 51 D 10 

Sherlock Holmes series, No. 2. 

Hours in a library [essays] ; by Sir L. Stephen. 1899. 3 v. - E4S1-3 

House-boat on the Styx ; by J. K. Bangs. 13B3 

House by the river ; by F. Warden. 16 W 2 

165 



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House decoration. For lists of related subjects, see Building. Decoration, 

- 69007 

- 69804 






Law (C. 0.) House decoration and repairs. 1907. 

1902. col. ill. 



- Pearce ( W. ) Painting and decorating. 

- See also Stencilling. 

House divided ; by E. M. Jameson. 40J1 

House of bondage ; by E. J. Worboise. - - - - - 83 W 20 
House of Commons. See Commons, House of. 

House of gentlefolk, a novel ; by I. Turgenev. - - - 41 Tl 

House of Halliwell, a novel ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. - 10W35 
House of Lords. See Lords, House of. 

House of mirth ; by E. Wharton. 46W2 

House of souls [stories] ; by A. Machen. ----- 144M1 
House of the seven gables ; by N. Hawthorne. - - - - 42 H 4 
House of the wolf, a romance ; by S. J. Weyman. - - - 45 W 7 

House on the Hudson ; by F. Powell. 78P1 

House painting. Pearce (W.) Painting and decorating. 1902. ill. 69804 

- In Workshop wrinkles. 1901. - 69803 

Household management. See Domestic economy. 

Household of faith, essays ; by G. W. E. Russell. 1902. - - 28303 
Household of Peter ; by R. N. Carey. - - - . - - 20C4 
Houses. For list of related subjects, see Building. 

- Law (C. O.) House decoration and repairs. 1907.- - - 69007 

- Martin (A.) The small house, architecture, surroundings. 1906. 72803 

- See also Cottages. 

Housing of working classes. For list of related subjects, see Labour. 

- Allan (C. E. and F. J.) The Housing of the Working Classes 

Acts, 1890-1900. 1901. 33116 

- Dewsnap (E. R.) The housing problem in England. 1907. - 33110 

- George (W. L.) Housing schemes. In his Social progress. 1907. 30411 

- Grubb (A. P.) Housing. In Citizen of to-morrow. 1906. bibl. 30409 

- Kaufmann (M. ) Housing of working classes and the poor. 1907. 33109 

- Meakin (B.) Model factories and villages. 1905. ill. - - 33103 
Housman (Laurence) Thecloakof friendship [and other stories]. 129H1 
Houston (J. A. C.) The daughter of Leontius [Athenais]. 1894. 93906 
Hovelacque (Abel) The science of language. 1877. - - 41003 
Ho venden (F.) Mathematics for young engineers. 1907. ill.- 51003 
How (Frederick D.) The book of the child. 1907.- - - 15011 
How, William Walsham, Bp., a memoir ; by F. D. How. 1898. port. H121 
How like the King ; by Mrs. G. de H. Vaizey. - - - - 22 VI 
Howard (Burt E.) The German Empire. 1906. - - - 34205 
Howard (Earl D. ) Recent industrial progress of Germany. 1907. 33013 
Howard (Edward) Rattlin, the reefer; ed. by F. Marryat. - 52M22 
Howard of Effingham, Charles, Lord. In Callender (G. A. R.) 

Sea kings of Britain. 1907. 99610 

- Laughton (Sir J. K.) Howard. In From Howard to Nelson. 99609 
Howe (F. S.) 14000 miles, a carriage, two women [in U.S.A.] 1906. 97319 

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Howe (Fred. C.) British city, beginnings of democracy. 1907. 35206 
Howe, Richard, Earl, Adm. Jackson (Sir T. S.) Howe. 7?iFrom 

Howard to Nelson. 1907. port. 99609 

Ho wells (William D.) My literary passions. 1895. - - 80402 

- April hopes, a novel. 97 H 3 

- Dr. Breen's practice, a novel. - - - - - - 97 HI 

- Mercy, a novel. 97 H 4 

- The minister's charge. 97 H 2 

- The story of a play, a novel. 97 H 6 

- A traveller from Altruria, romance. - - - - 97 H 5 

Howie (John) The Scots worthies, ill. 99814 

Ho witt (William) The student-life of Germany 1841. ill. - 37110 

- Visits to remarkable places [Great Britain]. 1902. ill. - 91502 
Ho worth (Sir Henry H.) The mammoth and the flood. 1887. 55004 
Hoyle's Games modernized ; ed. by Prof. Hoffmann. 1907. ill. 79309 
Hudson, George. Carlyle (T.) Hudson's statue. In his Latter- 
day pamphlets. El C10 

Hudson (William H.) A crystal age. 98H2 

- Green mansions, a romance. 98 HI 

Huckleberry Finn, Adventures of; by Mark Twain. 2 copies. 52T7 

A sequel to " The adventures of Tom Sawyer," 52 T 6. 

Hueffer (Ford M.) The benefactor, a tale of a small circle. - 99 H 2 

- The fifth queen. 99H1 

- Privy seal, his last venture [a sequel to "The fifth queen "]. - 99H4 

- The fifth queen crowned [a sequel to "Privy seal"]. - - 99 H 3 

- joint-author. See Conrad (Joseph). 

Hugh of Lincoln, St. Froude (J. A.) A bishop of the twelfth 

century. In his Short studies, v. 2. 1903. - - - E2F2 

Hughes (Mrs.) Letters and recollections of Sir Walter Scott. - S083 

Hughes (C. E.) ed. The praise of Shakespeare. 1904. - - 82507 

Hughes (Herbert W.) A text-book of coal-mining. 1904. ill. 62507 
Hughes (James L.) and Klemm (L. R.) Progress of education 

in the century. 1907. 37012 

Hughes (Thomas) Memoir of Daniel Macmillan. 1883. - - M211 

- Tom Brown's school days. - 101 H 2 

- Tom Brown at Oxford. 101 HI 

Hugo (Victor) Hernani, drame ; with notes by G. Masson. 1904. 44848 

- Les miserables, episodes ; [with notes]. 2 v. mem. - - 44854-5 

- Les miserables [In English]. 102H4 

- Hans of Iceland. 102H3 

- Ninety-three. - - - - 102H5 

- Notre- Dame de Paris. 102 HI 

- Notre-Dame de Paris [In English]. 102H6 

- The toilers of the sea. 102 H 2 

Hugo, Victor. Morley (J.) Hugo's " Ninety-three." In his Studies. E3M4 

- Stevenson (R. L.) Hugo's romances. In his Men and books. 1906. El S3 

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Huguenot, or, the French Protestants ; by G. P. R. James. - 6J4 
Huguenots. For list of other sects, see Sects. 

- Smiles (S.) The Huguenots in England and Ireland. 1905. ill. 27204 
Hulbert (H. H.) Voice training in speech and song. 1907. - 78410 
Hull (Eleanor) A text book of Irish literature. 1906. v. 1. - 89103 
Hulme (Frederick E. ) Wild flowers in their seasons. 1907. ill. 58211 

- Wild fruits of the country-side. 1907. ill. - 58209 
Human bullets, a story of Port Arthur; by T. Sakurai. 1907.- 95119 
Human justice for those at the bottom ; by C. C. Cotterill. 1907. 30112 

"An appeal to those at the top." 
Human motive, Analysis of ; by F. Carrel. 1905. - - - 15010 
Human nature ; by T. Hobbes. In his English works, v. 4. 1840. 19212 
Human nature in its four-fold state ; by T. Boston. - - - 23013 
Humanitarianism. Steevens (G . W. ) The new humanitarianism. 

In his Things seen. 1900. E2S1 

Humble romance [etc.] ; by Mrs. M. E. Wilkins Freeman. - 76F3 
Hcjmboldt (Friedrich H. A., Baron von) Cosmos, a physical 

description of the universe ; trans, by E. C. Otte. 5 v. - 50002-6 
Humboldt, F. H. A., Baron von. In Alison (Sir A.) Essays, v. 3. E3A3 
Hume, Alexander. Fergusson (R. M.) Hume and his intimates, ill. H091 

Sir William Alexander, Earl of Stirling. John Shearer. Social and 
religious condition of the country in Hume's time. 

Hume (David) Essays, literary, moral, and political.- - - E3H1 

Of the populousness of ancient nations. An inquiry concerning human 
understanding. The passions. The principles of morals. The natural 
history of religion. [Etc.] 

- A history of England. 1895. ill. maps. .... 91225 
Hume, David. Stephen (Sir J. F.) Hume's Essays. In his Horae 

Sabbaticae, v. 2. 1892. E3S2 

Hume (Fergus) The opal serpent. 103 H 2 

- The secret passage. 103H1 

Hume (Martin A. S.) Spain, 1479-1788. 1905. maps. - - 93423 

- Modern Spain [1788-1898]. 93424 

- Through Portugal. 1907. ill. - 93414 

Hummel (J. J.) Dyeing of textile fabrics. 1906. ill. - - 66713 

- Mordants, methods, and machinery used in dyeing. 1906. ill. 66710 
Humour. See Wit and humour. 

Humourists. For related subjects, see Authors. Wit and humour. 

- Hammerton (J. A. ) English humorists of to-day [extracts]. - 82714 

Barry Pain. Sir Francis C. Burnand. F. Anstey. Walter Emanuel. 
Richard Whiteing. Israel Zangwill. [Etc.] 

- Hazlitt (W.) Lectures on the English comic writers. 1884. - 82004 

Wit and humour. Shakspeare and Ben Jonson. The English novel- 
ists. The works of Hogarth. The comic writers of the last century. [Etc.] 

- Saintsbury (G. E. B. ) Three humourists, Hook, Barham, 

Maginn. In his Essays in English literature, v. 2. 1895. 82104 

- Thackeray (W. M.) English humourists, ill. 2 copies. - 12T7 

Swift. Congreve and Addison. Steele. Prior, Gay, and Pope. 
Hogarth, Smollett, and Fielding. Sterne and Goldsmith. 

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Humours of the fray, rhymes ; by C. L. Graves. 1907. - - 601 G 
Hundred days [a romance] ; by M. Pemberton. .... 28P3 

Hundredth man [a novel]; by F. R. Stockton. .... 125S1 
Hungary. Browning (H. E.) Girl's wanderings in Hungary. 

1897. ill. 92907 

- Felbermann (L.) Hungary and its people, ill. - - - 92902 

- Godkin (E. L. ) History of Hungary and the Magyars. 1856. ill. 92903 

- Hungary, its people, places, and politics. 1907. ill. - - 92904 
Hungerford (Mrs. Margaret W.) ' Airy fairy Lilian. ' - - 104 H 9 

- An anxious moment, etc. 104H2 

- A born coquette. 104 H 13 

- A lonely girl. 104H14 

- Molly bawn. - 104H8 

- A modern Circe. 104H1 

- Nora creina. 104H7 

- Peter's wife. - - 104H5 

- Portia, or, 'by passions rocked.' 104 H 10 

- The professor's experiment. 104 H 3 

- The Red-House mystery. 104H6 

- Rossmoyne. 104H11 

- The three Graces, a novel. 104H4 

- An unsatisfactory lover. 104 H 12 

Hunt (Charles) Gas lighting. In Chemical technology. 1900. 66506 

Hunt (James H. Leigh) Autobiography. 1891. - - - H011 

- Essays ; ed. by E. Oilier. 1890. E2H1 

- Poetical works, selected, mem. 1301 H 

- ed. Imagination and fancy, selections from English poets. - 82234 
Hunt, James H. Leigh. In Macaulay (Lord) Works.- - - 82827 

- In Saintsbury (G. E. B.) Essays in English literature, v. 1. - 82103 
Hunt (Jasper B. ) Good without God, is it possible ? 1907. - 17129 
Hunt (Thomas F.) joint-author. See Morrow (George E.) 

Hunt (Violet) The workaday woman [a novel]. - - - 106H1 
Hunt, Wm. Holman. In Bayliss (Sir W.) Five great painters, port. 99714 
Hunter (John) Essays on natural history [etc.] 1861. 2 v. - 59104-5 

Hunter (John) A plea for a worshipful church. 1903. - - 26002 

Hunter (Sir Wm. W. ) The India of the Queen, and other essays. 94709 

Hunting (William) The art of horse- shoeing. 1905. ill. - 68203 

Hurry (Jamieson B. ) Rise and fall of Reading Abbey. 1906. ill. 91706 

Hurst (Charles) Valves and valve-gearing. 1905. ill. - - 62304 

Hurst (George H.) Painters' colours, oils, and varnishes. 1906. 66716 

Hussey (S. M. ) Reminiscences of an Irish land agent. 1904. port. H171 

Hutchinson (Horace G.) and others. Famous golf links. 1891. 79604 

- Golf. 1902. ill. 79610 

Hutchinson (R. W.) joint-author. See Davidge (H. T.) 

Hutton (Edward) The cities of Spain. 1906. ill. - - - 93415 

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HUT GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Huttox (Edward) Italy and the Italians. 1903. ill. map. - 93631 

- Perugino [his life and art], ill. ------ Pill 

Huttox (H. L.) ed, Arnold's Modern French, bk. 1. 1906. - 44857 
Huttox (Joseph E.) Moravian contribution to the evangelical 

revival in England, 1742-55. In Historical essays. 1907. 90406 
Huttox (Walter S. ) joint-author. See Templetox (William). 

Huxley (Thomas H.) Anatomy of invertebrated animals. 1877. 59205 

- Aphorisms and reflections. 1907. port. - 50803 

- Evolution and ethics, and other essays. 1906. - - - 17132 

Science and morals. Capital, the mother of labour. Social diseases 
and worse remedies. 

- Science and education, essays. 1905. ----- 50423 
Huxley, Thomas H. In Clodd (E.) Pioneers of evolution, port. 57515 
Hyacinth [a novel] ; by George A. Birmingham. - - - 143 B 2 
Hydraulics. Eor lists of related subjects, see Engineering. Physics. 

- Blaine (R. G. ) Hydraulic machinery. 1905. ill. - - - 62707 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 4-5. 1903. ill. - - 03205-6 

- Hoskins (L. M.) A text-book on hydraulics. 1907. ill. - 62705 

- Robinson (H.) Hydraulic power and machinery. 1904. ill. 62706 

- Unwin (W. C. ) A treatise on hydraulics. 1907. ill. - - 53201 
Hydropathy. For list of related subjects, see Therapeutics. 

- Metcalfe (R.) The rise and progress of hydropathy in England 

and Scotland. 1906. ill. 61501 

Hydrostatics. See Fluids. 

Hygiene. See Health. 

Hylton, Walter. In Inge (W. R.) Studies of English mystics. 1907. 14901 

Hymns. For related subjects, see Poetry, Collections. Religion. 

- Grosart (A. B.) Songs of the day and night. 1890. - - 24501 
Hyxe (Charles J. Cutcliffe W.) Atoms of empire [stories]. - 115H2 

- Captain Kettle series : 

1. The little red Captain, 115 H 5. 2. The adventures of Captain Kettle, 
115 H 6. 3. The further adventures of Captain Kettle, 115 H 7. 4. Captain 
Kettle, K.C.B., 115 H 3. 

- Mr. Horrocks, purser. 115H4 

Hypatia [a novel] ; by C. Kingsley. 24 K 6 

Hypnotism. For list of related subjects, see Mind and body. 

- Ash (E.) Hypnotism and suggestion. 1908. ill. - - - 13405 
Hyslop (James H.) Borderland of psychical research. 1906. - 13403 

- Science and a future life [psychical research]. 1906. - - 13402 
Hyslop (William) joint-author. See Bridgett (R. C.) 



I 

"I believe " [Christianity] and other essays ; by C. A. E. R. Gull. E5G1 

"I promise," Christian Endeavour pledge ; by F. B. Meyer. - 24801 

I saw three ships, and other tales ; by A. T. Quiller Couch. - 99 C 8 

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' I say no ' ; by W. Wilkie Collins. 75 C 9 

la [a novel] ; by A. T. Quiller Couch. 99 C 6 

Ibn Batuta. Clifford (H.) "A hungry heart." In his Heroes. - 99510 

Ibsen, Henrik. Brandes (G.) Ibsen [a critical study]. 1899. - 83902 

- Gosse (E. W.) Ibsen [a biography]. 1907. port. ill. - - 1051 
Ice. For list of related subjects, see Physical geography. 

- Barnes (H. T.) Ice formation. 1906. ill. - 55121 

11 With special reference to anchor-ice and frazil." 
Ice age. For list of related subjects, see Geology. 

- Wright (G. F.) Man and the glacial period. 1892. ill. maps. 55114 
Idealism. For list of other philosophical systems, see Philosophy. 

- D'Arcy (C. F.) Idealism and theology. 1899. - - - 23008 

- Inge (W. R.) Personal idealism and mysticism. 1907. - - 14101 

- Schopenhauer (A.) The doctrine of the ideal and real. In his 

Selected essays. 1900. E7S1 

Ideas of good and evil [essays]; by W. B. Yeats. 1903. - - E1Y1 

Idle thoughts of an idle fellow ; by J. K. Jerome. - - - 16 J 3 
Idlers. Stevenson (R. L.) An apology for idlers. InhisYirg'm- 

ibus puerisque, and other papers. 1902.- - - - E1S1 

Idylls of the sea, and other marine sketches ; by F. T. Bullen. - E13B1 

" If youth but knew ! " by A. and E. Castle. - - - - 30 CI 
Ignatius, Father. Bertouch (Baroness de) The life of Father 

Ignatius, the monk of Llanthony. 1904. port. ill. - 1 031 
Ignorance. For list of related subjects, see Ethics. 

- Foster (J. ) Essay on the evils of popular ignorance. 1 S47. - 17013 

111 wind [a novel] ; by Mrs. L. Cameron. 10 CI 

Illness. iwThorold (A. W.) The yoke of Christ. 1897.- - 17115 
Illuminating. For list of related subjects, see Design. 

- Johnston (E.) Writing and illuminating [etc.] 1906. ill. - 74502 
Illusions. In Phin (J.) Follies of science. 1906. ill. - - 50412 
Imagination. For list of related subjects, see Psychology. 

- Ribot (T.) Essay on the creative imagination. 1906. - - 15501 

- Tyndall (J. ) Scientific use of the imagination. In h is Fragments. 50409 
Imagination and fancy, selections from English poets ; ed. by 

J. H. Leigh Hunt. 82234 

Immigration. See Emigration. 

Immortal memories [essays] ; by C. K. Shorter. 1907. - - E6S1 

Immortality. See Future state. 

Imperial federation. For list of related subjects, see Political science. 

- Hervey (M. H.) Trade policy of imperial federation. 1892. - 33702 
Imperialism. For list of related subjects, see Political science. 

- B^rard (V.) British imperialism and commercial supremacy. - 33711 

- Godard (J. G.) Racial supremacy, studies in imperialism. 1905. 32005 

- Oppenheimer (Baron F. von) British imperialism. 1905. - 32011 
Imperium et libertas, history and politics ; by B. Holland. 1901. 91108 
Impetuous girl ; by A. Sergeant. 45 S3 

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Impressions of a wanderer ; by M. C. Mallik. 1907. - - 90816 

Impressions of Theophrastus Such [essays] ; by George Eliot. - El El 
In black and white [stories] ; by R. Kipling. - 28K7 

In cap and bells [poems] ; by 0. Seaman. 1900. - - - - 1501 S 
In connection with the De Willoughby claim ; by F. H. Burnett. 111B1 

In Cupid's chains, a novel ; by C. Garvice. 93 G 3 

In darkest England and the way out ; by W. Booth. 1890. - 33115 
In deacon's orders, etc. ; by Sir W. Besant. - - - 49 B 5 

In desert keeping ; by E. Mitchell. - - - - - - 93 Ml 

In Dewisland ; by S. Baring Gould. 43G1 

In far Lochaber ; by W. Black. 62B13 

In high places ; by M. E. Braddon. 81 B 2 

In honour bound, a novel; by C. Gibbon. - - - - - 21G9 
In Kedar's tents ; by Henry Seton Merriman. - - - - 85 M 8 
In kings' byways, short stories ; by S. J. Weyman. - - - 45 W 14 
In love and war, a romance; by C. Gibbon. - - - - 21 G 10 
In pastures green, and other stories ; by C. Gibbon. - - - 21 Gil 

In silk attire ; by W. Black. 62B4 

In spite of the czar ; by G. N. Boothby. 72 B 3 

In starry realms [astronomy] ; by Sir R. S. Ball. 1907. ill. - 52313 
In steel and leather [a romance] ; by R. H. Forster. - - - 75 Fl 

In the cage ; by H. James. 7J16 

In the days of the comet ; by H. G. Wells. - - - - 89 W 3 
In the days of the dandies ; by Lord Lamington. 1906. ill. - 91431 

In the golden days ; by Edna Lyall. 67 L4 

In the good old times [18th century England] ; by J. C. Wright. 91610 
In the green leaf and the sere ; by J. A. O. Visger and D. Jordan, ill. 50422 
In the middle watch [stories] ; by W. Clark Russell. - - 75 R 8 

In the palace of the king, a love story ; by F. M. Crawford. - 116 C 4 
In the trades, tropics, and roaring forties ; by Lady Brassey. - 90812 
Incarnation. For list of related subjects, see Jesus Christ. 

- Hendrix (E. R.) The religion of the incarnation. - - - 23235 

- Orr (J.) The virgin birth of Christ. 1907. - 23233 

" With appendix giving opinions of living scholars." 
Income. Fisher (I. ) The nature of capital and income. 1906.- 33121 
Incomparable Bellairs ; by A. and E. Castle. - - - 30 C 3 

A sequel to " The Bath comedy," 30 C 5. 

Increasing purpose ; by J. L. Allen. 27A2 

Indexing. For list of related subjects, see Books. 

- Pratt (A.) and Eve (A.) Indexing and precis writing. - - 02902 

- Wheatley (H. B.) How to make an index. 1902. - - - 02901 
India. Biddulph (J.) An Englishwoman [Mrs. C. Gyfford] in 

India two hundred years ago. 1907. ill. - - - 94806 

- Boulger (D. C.) India in the 19th century. 1901. ill. map. - 94706 

- Compton (H. E.) Indian life in town and country, ill. - 94710 

- Dubois (J. A.) Hindu manners, customs, and ceremonies. 1906. 94720 

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India. Glasfurd (A. I. R. ) Rifle and romance in Indian jungle. 1905. 79909 

- Guinness (L. E.) Across India [people and missions]. 1898. 27802 

- Hunter (Sir W. W.) The India of the Queen. 1903. - - 94709 

- Jackson (J.) In leper-land, among Indian lepers. 1901. ill. - 27808 

- Keene (H. G.) Hindustan under free lances, 1770-1820. 1907. 94722 

- Lyall (Sir A. C. ) Asiatic studies, religious and social. 1907. 2 v. 94717-8 

1. Religion of an Indian province [Berar]. The origin of divine myths 
in India. Influence upon religion of a rise in morality. Witchcraft and 
non-Christian religions. Missionary and non-missionary religions. The 
formation of some clans and castes in India. The Rajput states of India. 
Our religious policy in India. The religious situation in India. 2. Letters 
from Vamadeo Shastri [on Indian opinions]. Natural religion in India. 

- Morris (H.) Governors-general of India. 1907. v. 1. ill. - 99823 

- Noble (M. E.) The web of Indian life. 1906. - - - 94707 

- Nolan (E. H.) British Empire in India. 6 v. ill. maps. - 94711-6 

- In Park (M. M.) Greater Britain and the far east. 1907. ill. - 90817 

- Roberts (Earl) Forty-one years in India [1852-93]. maps. - R012 

- In Seeley (Sir J. R.) The expansion of England. 1904. - - 32501 

- Smith (G.) The geography of British India. 1882. bibl. maps. 94708 

- Smith (S.) The conversion of India. In his Selections. - - E12S1 

- Steevens (G. W. ) In India. 1905. map. .... 94705 

- Trevelyan (Sir G. 0.) The competition wallah. 1907. - - 94723 

- Whiteway (R. S.) Rise of Portuguese power, India, 1497-1550. 94721 

- Workman (W. H. and F. B.) Through town and jungle. 1904. 94719 

"Among the temples and people of the Indian plain." 
India, Mutiny. Mitchell (W. F.) Reminiscences of the great 

mutiny, 1857-9. 94725 

- Sherer (J. W.) Daily life during the Indian mutiny. 1898. - 94724 

- Walker (T. N.) Through the mutiny, reminiscences. 1907. ill. 94726 
India-rubber. For lists of related subjects, see Agriculture. Industries. 

- Terry (H. L.) India-rubber and its manufacture. 1907. bibl. 67801 

- Wright (H. ) Rubber cultivation in the Empire. 1907. ill. - 63306 

- Wyllie (J. A.) and Ferreira (O. G.) Rubber-cultivation. 1907. 63304 
Indiana. Dunn (J. P.) Indiana, a redemption from slavery. 1905. 97304 
Indians, N. American. Grinnell (G. B.) Blackfoot lodge tales. - 39817 
Pawnee hero stories and folk-tales. 1893. ill. - - - 39816 

- Young (E. R. ) Indian wigwams and northern camp-fires. 1894. 27902 
Indicator. McGibbon (W. C.) Indicator diagrams for marine 

engineers. 1906. ill. 62146 

- Pray (T.) Twenty years with the indicator. 1894. ill. - 62111 
Indigestion. See Digestion. 

Individualism. In Kelly (E.) Government, v. 2. 1901. - - 32013 
Indo-China. In S. (D. W.) European settlements in far east. 1900. 94306 
Induction coils. For related subjects, see Electricity. 

- Schneider (N. H. ) Induction coils. 1901. ill. - - - 53708 
Industrial chemistry. See Chemical technology. 

Industries and manufactures. For list of other useful arts, see Arts, Useful. 

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Industries and manufactures. Jeans (J. S. ) and others. British 

industries. 1907. 33804 

The iron and steel industries ; by J. S. Jeans. The Midland Iron and 
Steel Wages Board ; by D. Jones. The cotton industry ; by E. Helm. The 
woollen and worsted industries of Yorkshire ; by F. Hooper. The linen 
and flax industry, with special reference to its position in Ireland ; by Sir 
R. L. Patterson. Railways as business enterprises; by C. H. Grinling. 
Shipping ; by B. W. Ginsburg. The trust movement ; by H. W. Macrosty. 

- McLean (A.) ed. Local industries of Glasgow and the west of 

Scotland. 1901. 92302 

- Mulhall (M. G.) Industries and wealth of nations. 1896. - 31001 

- Ruskin (J.) The two paths. 1905. 70404 

" Lectures on art and its application to decoration and manufacture." 

- Smiles (S.) Men of invention and industry. 1905. ill. - - 99703 

The contents will be found at Biography. 

- See also Basket-making. Bells. Blacksmithing. Bookbinding. 

Building. Cabinet-making. Carpets. Celluloid. Cigarettes. 
Clocks and watches. Coach-building. Founding. Hats. Hosiery. 
India-rubber. Leather. Metal work. Optical instruments. Paper. 
Printing. Sewing machines. Shoes. Steel. Textiles. 
Industry. For list of other branches of sociology, see Sociology. 

- Dyer (H.) The evolution of industry. 1895.- - - - 33008 

- Howard (E. D.) Recent industrial progress of Germany. 1907. 33013 

- Ruskin (J.) Crown of wild olive, on industry and war. 1904. 30403 

- Warner (G.T.) Landmarks in English industrial history. 1905. 33006 

- Webb (S. and B.) Problems of modern industry. In Modern 

socialism. ---------- 33504 

Inez, a tale of the Alamo ; by A. J. E. Wilson. - - - - 68 W 3 

Infection. See Contagion. 

Infernal marriage ; by the Earl of Beaconsfield. - - 31 B 9 

Inge (William R.) Personal idealism and mysticism. 1907. - 14101 

- Studies of English mystics. 1907. 14901 

- Truth and falsehood in religion. 1906. 23015 

Ingelow (Jean) Poetical works. 1906. port. - 101 1 

- Off the Skelligs, a novel. Il2 

Ingersoll (Ernest) The mammals. 1906. ill. - - - 59913 

- The wit of the wild [habits of animals]. 1907. ill. - - 59112 
Ingle (Herbert) Manual of agricultural chemistry. 1907. - 63101 
Ingoldsby legends ; by R. H. Barham. col. ill.- - - - 201B 
Ingram (Arthur F. W.) Bp. Reasons for faith. 1907. - - 23917 

Inheritance ; by S. E. Terrier. 13F2 

Inheritors, a story ; by J. Conrad and F. M. Hueffer. - - 81 CI 

Initials, a novel ; by Baroness Tautphoeus. - - - - 3T1 
Injector. For list of related subjects, see Steam engine. 

- Pullen ( W. W. F. ) Injectors, their theory and working. 1906. 62122 
Inkermann. In Fitchett (W. H. ) Fights for the flag. 1904. plan. 91409 
Inland voyage [in France] ; by R. L. Stevenson. 1904. - - 93102 
Inmates of my house and garden ; by Mrs. E. Brightwen. ill. - 59014 

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Inn by the shore, a novel ; by F. Warden. .... 16W3 

Innks (Alexander T.) John Knox [a biography]. 1905. - - K011 

Innes (Arthur D.) Britain and her rivals, 1713-1789. 1895. - 91424 

- Ten Tudor statesmen. 1906. ill. S9822 

Innes (Charles H.) Air compressors and blowing engines. 1906. VI. 62209 

Innocents abroad ; by Mark Twain. 52T10 

Innocents at home ; by Mark Twain. 52T9 

Insanity. For list of related subjects, see Disease. 

- Shaw (T. C. ) Ex cathedra essays on insanity. 1904. - - 61611 
Insectivorous plants. For list of other subjects in botany, see Botany. 

- Darwin (C.) Insectivorous plants. 1893. ill. - - - 58105 
Insects. For list of related subjects, see Invertebrates. 

- Pigott (T. D.) London insects. In his London birds [etc.] - 59810 

- Scherreh (H.) Through a pocket lens. 1904. ill. - - - 59504 

- In Ward (J. J.) Some nature biographies. 1908. ill. - - 50419 

- Westell (W. P.) The story of insect life. 1907. ill. - - 59510 

- Wood (J. G.) Insects abroad, foreign insects. 1874. ill. - 59505 
Insects at home, British insects. 1892. ill. - - - 59508 

- See also Ants. Bees. Butterflies. Moths. 
Instrumentation. For list of other subjects in music, see Music. 

- Prout (E.) Instrumentation, mus. 78105 

Insurance. For list of other subjects in sociology, see Sociology. 

- In Clemson (H. ) Methods and machinery of business. 1907.- 65812 

Marine, life, and fire insurance. 

- Hendrick (B. J.) The story of life insurance. 1907. ill. - 36801 

- Young (T. E.) Insurance. 36802 

Intellect. For list of related subjects, see Psychology. 

- Hume (D.) Concerning human understanding. In his Essays. E3H1 

- Locke (J.) Concerning human understanding. In his Works. 19201-2 

- See also Genius. 

Interest. Ruskin(J.) Usury. In his On the old road, v. 3. 1899. 70403 

Interpreters, a story ; by M. Bryde. 141 Bl 

Into the light ; by M. J. Franc. 48 Fl 

Intrusions of Peggy ; by Anthony Hope. 82H13 

Invaders, and other stories ; by Count Tolstoy. - - - 35 T 2 
Inventions. For list of related subjects, see Arts, Useful. 

- Doolittle (W. H.) Inventions in the century. 1903. - - 60806 

- Muirhead (J. P.) Origin and progress of the mechanical 

inventions of James Watt. 1854. 3 v.- - - - 60803-5 

- Smiles (S.) Men of invention and industry. 1905. ill. - - 99703 

The contents will be found at Biography. 

Inverness. Noble (J.) Miscellanea Invernessiana. 1902. ill.- 92203 
" With bibliography of Inverness newspapers and periodicals." 

Invertebrates. For list of related subjects, see Zoology. 

- Huxley (T. H. ) Anatomy of in vertebrated animals. 1877. ill. 59205 

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Invertebrates. Owen (Sir R.) The comparative anatomy and 

physiology of the invertebrate animals. 1843. ill. - 59204 

- Scherren (H.) Natural history of lower animals. 1903. ill. • 59203 

- Wood (J. G.) Natural history, reptiles, fishes, molluscs, etc.- 59202 

- See also Crustacea. Insects. Jelly-fish. Mollusks. Sea-urchins. 

Spiders. Sponges. Star-fish. Worms. Zoophytes. 
Investments. For list of related subjects, see Money. 

- Lowenfeld (H.) Investment, an exact science. 
Invisible man, a grotesque romance ; by H. G. Wells. 
Iole [a story] ; by R. W. Chambers. - - - 
Iona. Ewing (A.) The cathedral church of Iona. ill. 
lone March [a novel] ; by S. R. Crockett. ... - 
Iota. See Caffyk (Mrs. Kathleen M.) 

Iphigenie auf Tauris ; von J. W. von Goethe ; with notes. 1898. 
Ireland. In Alison (Sir A.) Essays, v. 1. 1850. 

- Argyll (Duke of) Irish nationalism, appeal to history. 1893. 

- Arnold (M.) Irish essays, and others. 1891. - 

The incompatibles. An unregarded Irish grievance. 

- Bonn (M. J.) Modern Ireland and agrarian problem. 1906. - 

- Bulfin (W.) Rambles in Eirinn. 1907. ill. maps. 

- Burke (E.) Speeches, and two letters on Irish questions. 

- Dunlop (R.) Daniel O'Connell and the revival of national life 

in Ireland. 1900. ill. 

Henry VIII. 's Irish policy. In Essays. 1907. bibl.- 

- Dunraven (Earl of) Outlook in Ireland, devolution. 1907. - 

- Froude (J. A.) Ireland since the Union. In his Short studies. 

- Hussey (S. M.) Reminiscences of an Irish land agent. 1904. 

- Joyce (P. W.) Irish names of places. 1901-2. 2 v. bibl. 

A short history of Ireland to 1608. 1904. map. 

Social history of ancient Ireland. 1906. ill. map. - 

Story of ancient Irish civilization. 1907. - 

- Lecky (W. E. H.) Ireland in the eighteenth century. 5 v. 

- McCarthy (M. J. F.) Priests and people in Ireland. 1908. - 

- - Rome in Ireland. 1904. ------- 

- McDonnell (M. F. J.) Ireland and home rule movement. 1908. 

- O'Connor (G. B.) Elizabethan Ireland, bibl. map. 

- O'Sullivan (P.) Ireland under Elizabeth. 1903. bibl. - 

- Smiles (S.) Industry in Ireland. In his Men of invention. 

- Steevens (G. W. ) In search of a famine. In his Things seen. 1900. 



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- Sullivan (A. M.) The story of Ireland [t'o 1904]. 

- Sullivan (T. D.) Recollections of troubled times. 

- Thackeray (W. M.) The Irish sketch book. ill. 

- Young (A.) Tour in Ireland, 1776-9. 1892. 2 v. 

- See also Home rule. 

Irish literature. See Literature, Irish. 

Irishwomen. Hamilton (C. J. ) Notable Irishwomen [biographies]. 

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Iron. For lists of related subjects, see Founding-. Metallurgy. 

- In Cassell's New technical educator, v. 1-6. ill. - - 60306-11 

- Greenwood (W. H.) Iron, properties and manufacture. 1907. 66901 

- Jeans (J. S.) Iron and steel. In British industries. 1907. - 33804 

- Macfarlane (W.) Iron and steel manufacture. 1906. ill. - 66905 

- Ruskin (J.) The work of iron in nature, art, and policy. In 

his Two paths. 1905. 70404 

- Turner (T.) Lectures on iron-founding. 1904. ill. - - 67201 

Iron hand; by J. M. Cobban. 160C2 

Irrigation. For list of related subjects, see Engineering. 

- Brown (Sir H.) Irrigation as a branch of engineering. 1907. 62704 
Irvine (R. F.) and Alpers (O. T. J.) The progress of New 

Zealand in the century. 1902. 99103 

Irving (David) The history of Scotish poetry. 1861. - - 82225 

Irving, Sir Henry, Personal reminiscences of ; by B. Stoker. 2 v. 1021-2 

Irving (Washington) The Alhambra. Tales of a traveller. - 93411 

- Astoria. A tour on the prairies. 1893. ----- 97402 

- Biographies and miscellaneous papers. 1885. - - - 99508 

- Bracebridge Hall. Abbotsford, and Newstead Abbey. 1894. 81702 

- Conquest of Granada. Legends of the conquest of Spain. 1902. 93412 

- Life and voyages of Columbus. 1903. 2 v. - - - - C 052-3 

V. 2. contains also "The voyages and discoveries of the companions of 
Columbus." 

- Life of George Washington. 1900-5. 4 v. - - - - W032-5 

- The life of Mahomet. Lives of the successors of Mahomet. 1901. 29701 

- Oliver Goldsmith, a biography. 1900. G101 

- The sketch book. 1900. 81705 

- Old Christmas, from "The sketch book." 1894. ill. - - 39401 

- Captain Bonneville. Wolfert's roost [and other tales]. - - 8ll 
-Salmagundi. Knickerbocker's History of New York. - - 8l3 
Irving, Washington. Irving (P. E.) Life, letters of Irving. 2 v. 1011-2 

- Prescott (W. H. ) Irving's Conquest of Granada. In his 

Miscellanies. E2P1 

- In Vincent (L. H.) American literary masters. 1906. bibl. • 81001 

Is he the man ? by W. Clark Russell. 75 R 9 

Isaacson (Charles S.) The later popes, 1414-1906. 1906. ill. 28210 
Isabella, Queen of Spain. Hare(C) A queen of queens. 1906. port. iQll 
Isaiah. See Bible. 

Islam. See Mohammedanism. 

Island life. For list of related subjects, see Zoology. 

- Wallace (A. R.) Island life, faunas and floras. 1892. ill. maps. 59103 
Island nights' entertainments ; by R. L. Stevenson. - - - 120 S 6 
Island of sorrow, an historical novel ; by George Gilbert. - - 26 Gl 
Isle of unrest ; by Henry Seton Merriman. - - - - 85 Mil 

Isobel, ed. Vegetarian cookery. 1906. 64111 

Israel. See Jews. 

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1 It is never too late to mend ' ; by C. Reade. - - - - 16 R 13 

Italian language. See Language, Italian. 

Italian literature. See Literature, Italian. 

Italy. Addison (J.) Remarks on Italy [in 1701-3]. In his Works. E1A2 

- Dickens (C.) Pictures from Italy, ill. 3 copies. - - - 30 D 12 

- Froude (J. A.) Society in Italy in the last days of the Roman 

Republic. In his Short studies, v. 3. 1903. - - - E2F3 

- Guthrie (A. ) Rowley letters from France and Italy. 1907. ill 93306 

- A handbook for travellers in central Italy. • 1900. maps. - 93622 

11 With index and directory revised to 1907." 

- Hutton (E.) Italy and the Italians. 1903. ill. map. - - 93631 

- Sedgwick (H. D.) History of Italy, 476-1900. 1907. bibl. map. 93626 

- Smeaton(W. H. 0.) The Medici and Italian renaissance. 1901. 85001 

- Stillman( W.J.) The union of Italy, 1815-95. 1899. bibl. maps. 93630 

- Symons (A.) Cities of Italy. 1907. 93624 

Rome. Venice. Florence. [Etc.] 

- Zimmern (H.) The Italy of the Italians. 1906. ill. - - 93625 
Ivanhoe, a romance ; by Sir W. Scott. 3 copies. - - - 35 S 6 
Iverach (James) Christianity and evolution. 1894. - - 21301 
Ivors, or, the two cousins; by E. M. Sewell. ... - 48S1 

Ivory queen, a story ; by J. Pendleton. 77P1 

Ivy, a tale of cottage life ; by S. K. Hocking. - - - - 67 H 11 

Ixion in heaven ; by the Earl of Beaconsfield. - - - 31 B 9 



Jack and the beanstalk, hexameters ; by Hallam, Lord Tennyson. 401 T 
Jack Chaloner, or, the fighting Forty- third ; by J. Grant. 2 copies. 51 G 8 
Jack Hinton, the guardsman ; by C. Lever. - - - 39 L 2 

Jackman (Wilbur S. ) Nature study for grammar grades. 1903. 37203 
Jacks (William) The life of Prince Bismarck. 1899. ill. map. B113 

- Life of William the Second, German Emperor. 1904. ill. - W201 

- Robert Burns in other tongues. 1896. port. ill. - - - 82408 

- Singles from life's gathering. 1903. port. - - - E1J1 

Stability of character and purpose. Success in business life. The 
benefits and influences of friendly societies. Religious toleration, an 
address on " Nathan the wise." Thoughts on books, libraries, and reading. 
Thoughts on art. ' 

Jack's courtship, a sailor's yarn ; by W. Clark Russell. 

Jackson, Andrew. Buell (A. C.) History of A. Jackson. 2 v. port. 

- Sumner (W. G.) Andrew Jackson [a biography]. 1899. 
Jackson (B. D.) George Bentham [his life and work]. 1906. - 
Jackson (Frank G.) Lessons on decorative design. 1905. ill. 
Jackson (Frederick H.) Sicily [a description]. 1904. ill. map. 
Jackson (George) The teaching of Jesus. 1903. 
Jackson (John) In leper-land, among Indian lepers. 1901. ill. 
Jackson (Margaret D.) A daughter of the pit. 

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Jackson (SirT. S.) Adm. Howe. In From Howard to Nelson. 1907. 99609 

Jackson (Wilfrid S.) Helen of Troy, N. Y. - - - - 43 Jl 
Jacob, John, Gen. Sanderson (E.) General Jacob and Jacobabad. 

In his Heroes of pioneering. 1908. ill. - 90606 

Jacob (Mrs. Violet) The sheep-stealers [a novel]. - - - 42 J 1 

Jacob and John [a novel] ; by W. Raymond. - - - 12 Rl 

Jacob Faithful [a story]; by Captain F. Marryat. - - - 52M2 

Jacobi (Charles T.) Some notes on books and printing. 1902. 65502 

Jacobites. Chambers (R.) The rebellion of 1745-6. ill. - - 91816 

- Fraser(J.) Manuscript, 1696-1737. 1889. 2 v. ill. - - F101-2 

- Murdoch (W. G. B.) The spirit of Jacobite loyalty. 1907. bibl. 91434 

" An essay towards a better understanding of 'The Forty-five.' " 

Jacobs (William W.) At Sunwich port. 4J3 

- Captains all [and other stories]. 4J9 

- Dialstone Lane. - - - - - - - - 4J5 

- The lady of the barge [stories]. - 4 J 10 

- Light freights [stories]. - - 4J7 

- Many cargoes [stories]. - - - - - - - - 4J1 

- A master of craft. 4J8 

- Odd craft [stories]. 4J4 

- Sea urchins [stories]. 4J6 

- Short cruises [stories]. 4 J 11 

- The skipper's wooing. The Brown man's servant. - - 4J2 
Jacoutot (A.) Chocolate and confectionery manufacture, ill. - 66405 
Jacques Bonhomme [sketches of French life]; by Max O'Rell. - 93106 
Jamaica. Leader(A.) Through Jamaica with a Kodak. 1907. map. 97702 

- Nugent (Lady) Journals, Jamaica one hundred years ago. ill. N081 
James, St., Epistle of. See Bible. 

James VI. Lang (A. ) James VI. and the Gowrie mystery. 1902. 91826 

James (George P. R.) Agincourt, or, the times of Henry V. - 6J18 

- Arabella Stuart, or, the days of James I. - - - - 6J6 

- Arrah Neil, or, times of old. 6 J 17 

- Attila, or, the Huns. - 6 J 23 

- The castle of Ehrenstein, a romance. 6J7 

- Darnley, or, the field of the cloth of gold. - - - . - 6 J 25 

- I)e l'Orme, or, the comte de Soissons. 6 J 13 

- Forest days, or, Robin Hood. 6J21 

- Gowrie, or, the king's plot. 6J24 

- Heidelberg, or, the winter-king. 6 J 15 

- Henry Masterton, or, the adventures of a young cavalier. - 6J3 

- John Marston Hall [a sequel to " Henry Masterton"]. - - 6 J 11 

- Henry of Guise, or, the states of Blois. - - - - 6 J 16 

- The Huguenot, or, the French Protestants. - - - - 6J4 

- The king's highway, or, in the age of William III. - - 6 J 20 

- Leonora d'Orco, or, the times of Caesar Borgia. - - <■ 6 Jl 

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James (George P. R. ) The man at arms, or, St. Bartholomew's eve. 6 J9 

- Mary of Burgundy, or, the revolt of Ghent. - - - - 6J2 

- The old dominion, or, a tale of Virginia. - - - 6 J 12 

- One in a thousand, or, the days of Henri Quatre. - - - 6J14 

- Philip Augustus, or, the brothers in arms. - - - 6 J 19 

- Richelieu, or, a tale of France. 6J5 

- The robber, or, in the days of Charles II. - - - - 6J8 

- Rose d'Albret, or, the Leaguers. 6J22 

- The woodman, or, Bosworth Field. 6J10 

James (Hen~ry) The American scene. 1907. ... - 97216 

Impressions of life in the United States of America. 

- The awkward age. 7 J 10 

- Confidence. 7J6 

- Daisy Miller. Four meetings. Longstaff's marriage. Benvolio. 7J7 

- Embarrassments. 7J11 

The figure in the carpet. Glasses. The next time. The way it came. 

- The Europeans, a sketch. 7J8 

- The golden bowl. 7J5 

- In the cage. 7J16 

- The Madonna of the future [and other tales]. - - - - 7J2 

A bundle of letters. The diary of a man of letters. Eugene Pickering. 

- The private life [and other tales]. 7J3 

The wheel of time. Lord Beaupre. The visits. Collaboration. Owen 
Wingrave. 

- Roderick Hudson. 7 J 17 

- The Princess Casamassima [a sequel to " Roderick Hudson"]. 7J1 

- The siege of London. Madame de Mauves. - - - 7 J 13 

- The soft side [stories]. 7J9 

- The spoils of Poynton. 7 J 12 

- The two magics. • 7 J 14 

The turn of the screw. Covering end. 

- Washington Square. 7J4 

- What Maisie knew. 7 J 15 

James (W. H. N.) joint-author. See Brooks (E. E.) 

James (William) Talks to teachers on psychology. 1905. - 37001 

James, William. Hay ward (F. H.) The secret of Herbart. 1907. 37013 

A reply to James's "Talks to teachers on psychology." 

Jameson (E. M.) A house divided. 40 Jl 

Jamesone, Geo. 7?i Cunningham (A.) and Heaton (Mi's. C.) Painters. 99710 

Jamie (William) The land of the clansmen. .... 91838 
Jamteson (Andrew) Applied mechanics. 1905-6. 2 v. ill. - 62016-7 

- A text-book of steam and steam engines. 1906. ill. - - 62131 

- joint-author. See Munro (J. ) 

Jan Van Dyck [a novel] ; by J. Morgan de Groot. - - - 94G1 

Jane (Fred. T. ) Heresies of sea power. 1906. ill. maps. - 35903 

Jane Eyre [a novel] ; by C. Bronte. 92B5 

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Janice Meredith, a story ; by P. L. Ford. 37 Fl 

Janus in modern life [sociology] ; by W. M, F. Petrie. 1907- - 30108 

Japan. Bennett (E. M. H.) An English girl iu Japan. 1904. ill. 95306 

- Bishop (Mrs. I. L.) Unbeaten tracks in Japan [1878]. ill. - 95302 

- Griffis (W. E.) The Japanese nation in evolution. 1907. Hi. 95307 

- In Lorrimer (C.) The call of the east, 1907. - - - 95113 

- In Mallik (M. C.) Impressions of a wanderer. 1907. - - 90816 

- In Park (M. M.) Greater Britain and the far east. 1907. ill. 90817 

- Redesdale (Lord) The Garter mission to Japan [1906]. - - 95308 

- In S. (D. W. ) European settlements in the far east. 1900. map. 94306 

- Sladen (D. B. W.) The Japs at home. 1893. ill. - - 95304 

- Watson (G.) Three rolling stones in Japan. 1904. ill. - 95305 

- See also Russo-Japanese war. 

Japanese language. See Language, Japanese. 

Japhet in search of a father ; by Captain F. Marry at. - - 52 Mil 

J astro w (Joseph) The subconscious. 1906. .... 12601 

Jay, John. Pellew (G.) John Jay [a biography]. 1890. - - J061 

Jay of Italy ; by B. E. J. Capes. 16 C 3 

Jeanes (Wm.) Gunter's Modern confectioner, biscuit baker. - 64202 

Jeanne d' Arc [a drama] ; by P. Mackaye. 1906. ill. - - 1001 M 

Jeans (J. S.) and others. British industries. 1907. - - 33804 

Jebb (Richard) Studies in colonial nationalism. 1905. - - 32504 

Jeems the doorkeeper ; by J. Brown. In his Horae subsecivae, v. 3. E2B3 

Jefferies (Richard) Field and hedgerow, essays. 1904. port. 50413 

- The life of the fields. 1904. 50406 

- Nature near London. 1904. 50405 

- The open air [nature essays]. 1905. 50404 

- Red deer. 1903. ill. 79905 

- Round about a great estate. 1903. 50418 

- The story of my heart, an autobiography. 1906. port. - J 051 

- The toilers of the field. 1904. port. 33102 

- Wood magic, a fable. 13 J 1 

Jefferson, Thomas [a biography] ; by J. T. Morse. 1898. - - J 071 
Jeffery (Walter) joint-author. See Becke (George Louis). * 

Jeffrey, Francis, Lord. In Saintsbury (G. E. B.) Essays, v. 1. 1896. 82103 

Jeffreys (Letitia D.) Ancient Hebrew names. 1906. - - 22209 

Jekyll (Gertrude) Flower decoration in the house. 1907. ill. 71601 

- Old west Surrey, some notes and memories. 1904. ill. - 91707 
Jelly-fish. For list of related subjects, see Invertebrates. 

- Romanes (G. J.) Jelly-fish. 1885. ill. 59304 

Jenkins (Edward) Ginx's baby. 14J1 

Jennings (Arthur S.) Wallpapers and wall coverings. 1903.- 69802 

Jennings (Geo. H.) ed. History of the British parliament. 18S3. 32802 
Jennings (Louis J.) Field paths and green lanes in Surrey and 

Sussex. 1907. ill. 91716 

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Jephtha [a drama] ; by G. Buchanan. 1501 B 

Jeppe (Carl) The kaleidoscopic Transvaal. 1906. - - - 96604 

Jeremiah. See Bible. 

Jeremias (Alfred) The Babylonian heaven and hell. 1902. - 29906 

Jerome (Jerome K.) Diary of a pilgrimage, and six essays. - 16 J5 

Evergreens. Clocks. Tea-kettles. A pathetic story. The new 
utopia. Dreams. 

- The idle thoughts of an idle fellow. 16 J 3 

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- Three men in a boat. 16 J 2 

- Three men on the bummel. 16 J 1 

- Tommy and Co. 16J6 

Jerrold (Douglas) Mrs. Caudle's curtain lectures [etc.] - - 39J1 

Jerrold, Douglas. Stirling (J. H.) Jerrold, Tennyson [etc.] - E5S1 

Jerrold (Walter) Oliver W. Holmes [a biography]. 1893. - H271 

- ed. The book of living poets. 1907. 82413 

Jerusalem. Caldecott (W. S.) Solomon's Temple, its history. 

1907. ill. plans. 22103 

- Oliphant (Mrs. M. O. W.) Jerusalem, history and hope. 1893. ill. 94508 

- Warren (Sir C.) The Temple or the tomb. 1880. plan. - 22611 

" Evidence in favour of the authenticity of the present site of the Holy 
Sepulchre, and pointing out misconceptions in Fergusson's 'The temples 
of the Jews.' " 

- Wilson (Sir C. W.) and others. Recovery of Jerusalem. 1871. 94505 
Jervis (William H.) History of France to 1870. 1902. ill. maps. 93110 

Jess [a novel] ; by H. Rider Haggard. 3H2 

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Jessamy bride ; by F. F. Moore. 106 M 6 

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- Carlyle (T.) Jesuitism. In his Latter-day pamphlets. - - E1C10 

- Nicolini (G. B.) History of the Jesuits. "1853. - - - 27101 

- Stephen (Sir J.) Founders of Jesuitism. In his Essays, v. 1. 99816 
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- Barrows (C. H.) The personality of Jesus. 1906. - - - 23217 

- Beecher (H. W.) The life of Christ, without and within. 1906. 23228 

- Brooks (P.) The influence of Jesus. 23214 

- Burton (E. D.) and Mathews (S.) The life of Christ. 1904. bibl. 23219 

- Buss (S.) The trial of Jesus, from Talmud aud Roman law. 1906. 23232 

- Cameron (A. B.) From the garden to the cross. 1896. - - 23223 

- Edersheim (A.) Jesus the Messiah. 1902. .... 23222 

- Farrar (F. W.) The life of Christ. 2 v. bibl. - - - 23206-7 

- - The life of lives, further studies in the life of Christ. 1903. 23210 

- Forrest (D. W.) The authority of Christ. 1906. - - - 23211 

- - The Christ of history and of experience. 1906. - - - 23218 

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Jesus Christ. Jackson (G.) The teaching of Jesus. 1903. - 23212 

- Jones (E. G.) The Master and His method. 1902.- - - 23226 

- Kinnear ( J . B. ) ed. Teaching of the Lord in the Gospels. 1 906. 23213 

- Macgregor (W. M.) Jesus Christ the Son of God. 1907. - 23234 

- Matheson(G.) Studies of the portrait of Christ. 1899-1905. 2 v. 23236-7 

- Moule (H. C. G.) Christ is all, sermons. 1892. - - - 25219 

- Renan (E.) Life of Jesus. - 23209 

- Roberts (R.) The meaning of Christ, studies. 1906. - - 23216 

- Ross (G. A. J.) The universality of Jesus. 1907. - - - 23230 

- Seeley (Sir J. R.) Ecce Homo, life and work of Christ. 1903. 23208 

- Sidgwick (H.) [Seeley's] Ecce Homo. In his Essays. 1904. - E8S1 

- Slattery (C. L.) Master of the world, study of Christ. 1906. 23215 

- Trench (R. C. ) Christ the desire of all nations. In his Hulsean 

lectures, 1846. 1880. 23918 

- See also Atonement. Incarnation. Lord's Supper. Miracles. Parables. 
Jevons (T. S.) The law of trade unions. 1907. - 33112 
Jevoks (William S. ) Logic [a primer]. 1902. - - 16003 
Jewellery. For list of related subjects, see Sculpture. 

- Wilson (H.) Silverwork and jewellery. 1903. ill. - - 73902 

- See also Rings. 

Jewett (Sarah O.) The king of Folly Island, and other people. 19 J 2 

- Tales of New England. 19 J 1 

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Jews. For list of other Biblical subjects, see Bible. 

- Abbott (G. F.) Israel in Europe. 1907. map. - - - 29607 

- Baron (D.) Ancient Scriptures and the modern Jew. 1901. - 29601 

- Baskerville (B. C.) The Polish Jew. 1906. map. - - 29604 

- Cassel (D.) Manual of Jewish history and literature. 1905. - 29610 

- Edersheim (A.) History of the Jewish nation. 1896. - - 29603 

"After the destruction of Jerusalem under Titus." 

- Marti (K.) The religion of the Old Testament. 1907. - - 29606 

- Oesterley (W. O. E.) and Box (G. H.) The religion and 

worship of the synagogue. 1907. ill. - 29609 

- Sharpe (S.) History of Hebrew nation and its literature. 1872. 29608 

- See also Talmud. 

Jeyes (Samuel H.) Joseph Chamberlain [a biography]. - - C231 

Jezebel's daughter [a novel] ; by W. Wilkie Collins. 2 copies. 75C12 

Jilt [and other stories] ; by C. Reade. 16 R 6 

Jiriczek (Otto L.) Northern hero legends. 1902. - - - 39815 
Joan of Arc. In Buxton (E. M. W.) A book of noble women, port. 99826 

- Murray (T. D.) ed. Jeanne d'Arc, her life. 1907. port. ill. - J 023 

- Petit deJulleville(L.) Joan of Arc. 1907. - J022 
Joan, a tale ; by R. Broughton. 2 copies. - - - 97 Bl 
Joan Carisbroke [a story] ; by E. J. Worboise. - - - - 83 W 25 
Joan Haste [a novel] ; by H. Eider Haggard. - - - - 3H17 
Joan of the sword hand ; by S. R. Crockett. .... 120 C 21 

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Job (Herbert K.) Among the water-fowl. 1903. ill. - - 59808 

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Joel. See Bible. 

Joerg (Johann B. and J. A.) A first German course. 1907. ill. 43826 

John, St. Stalker (J. ) The two St. Johns of the New Testament. 22607 

John the Baptist and St. John. 
John, St. , Epistles of. See Bible. 
John, St., Gospel of. See Bible. 

John Blankset's business, a novel ; by J. Clayton. - - - 147C1 

John Bull and his island ; by Max O'Rell. 91602 

John Burnet of Barns, a romance ; by J. Buchan. - - - 102 Bl 

John Ohilcote, M.P. [a novel]; by Mrs. K. C. Thurston. - - 64T1 

John Faliner's daughter ; by M. Williamson. - - - 85W1 

John Fletcher's Madonna, a tale ; by Mrs. A. Comyns Carr. - 155 CI 

John Halifax, gentleman ; by Mrs. D. M. Craik. - - - HOC 9 

John Inglesant, a romance ; by J. H. Shorthouse. - - - 62 SI 

John Marston Hall, or, Little Ball o' Fire ; by G. P. R. James. 6 J 11 

A sequel to " Henry Masterton," 6 J 3. 

John Splendid, the tale of a poor gentleman ; by Neil Munro. - 123 Ml 
Johnny Ludlow ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 6 series. 2 copies. - 10W4-9 

Johns (B. G.) Blind people, their works and ways. 1867. ill. 37109 

Johnson (E. R.) Ocean and inland water transportation. 1906. 65613 

Johnson (Henry) Stories of great revivals. 1906. - - - 26901 

Johnson (Joseph) Stories of Moses and Joshua. 1890. ill. - 22304 

Johnson (Owen) Nicole, or, in the name of liberty, a story. - 44J1 

Johnson (Samuel) Poems, mem. 82435 

- Preface to edition of Shakespeare, 1765. In Eighteenth cen- 

tury essays on Shakespeare. 1903. ----- 82505 

- Rasselas, Prince of Abyssinia, a romance. - - - 22 J 1 
Johnson, Samuel. In Birrell (A.) Collected essays, v. 1. 1902. E1B1 

- Boswell(J.) The life of Samuel Johnson. 1900. 3 v. bibl. - J031-3 

- Dobson (H. A.) Johnson's haunts. In his Side-walk studies. E2D1 

- In Macaulay (Lord) Works. - 82827 

- Shorter (C. K.) Samuel Johnson; Dr. Johnson's ancestry. 

In his Immortal memories. 1907. E6S1 

- Stephen (Sir L.) Johnson's writings. In his Hours in a library. E4S2 
Johnson ( Walford B. and S. C. ) Pond and stream life. 1907. ill. 59033 
Johnson (William H.) The king's henchman. - - - 23 Jl 
Johnston (Alexander) Connecticut [a history]. 1887. map. 97301 
Johnston, Archibald, Lord Warriston. In Carslaw (W. H.) Six 

martyrs of the Scottish reformation. 1907. ill. - - 99827 

Johnston (Edward) Writing, illuminating, and lettering. 1906. 74502 

Johnston (Geo.) British sponges and lithophytes. 1842.- - 59302 

- A history of British zoophytes. 1838. ill. - 59303 
Johnston (Henry) Kilmallie [stories]. 25 J 1 

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Johnston (Mary) Audrey. 26 J 2 

- Sir Mortimer. 26J1 

Johnston (R. M.) Napoleon, a biography. 1904. maps. - N065 

Joie fait peur, eomedie ; par D. de Girardin ; notes. 1901. - 44816 
Joinery. See Carpentry. 

Joinville, Jean, sire de. In Miiller (P. Max) Works, v. 7. 1899. E5M3 

- Stephen (Sir J. F.) Joinville and St. Louis. In his Horae, v. 1. E3S1 
Jokai (Maurus) The day of wrath. 31J2 

- Tales. 31J1 

Jolly ( Alphonse) joint-author. See Labiche (Eugene M.) 

Jonah. See Bible. 

Jonathan and his continent ; by Max 0'B.ell and Jack Allyn. 1889. 97205 

Jones (Daniel) The Midland Iron and Steel Wages Board. In 

British industries. 1907. 33804 

Jones (E. G.) Faith and verification, with other [sermons]. 1907. 25232 

- The Master and His method. 1902. 23226 

Jones, Sir Edward Burne. In Bayliss (Sir W.) Painters, part.- 99714 

Jones (Francis A.) Thomas Alva Edison, life. 1907. ill. - - E081 

Jones (H. C. ) Electrical nature of matter and radio-activity. - 53901 

Jones (H. E.) Alcohol [its uses and abuses]. 1907. ill. - - 61309 

Jones (H. S.) The Roman Empire, 29 b. c. -a. d. 476. 1908. ill. maps. 93628 
Jones (Henry) joint-author. See Douglas (Charles M.) 

Jones (Henry- D. M. Spence) The golden age of the church. 1906. 27005 
Jones (J. D.) The glorious company of the apostles. - - - 22612 
Jones (Lucy) Puddings and sweets, receipts. .... 64206 
Jones (Sir Philip B.) Dollars and democracy. 1904. ill. - 97206 
Jones (Wm.) Finger-ring lore, historical, anecdotal. 1877. ill. 39102 
Jonson (Ben) Works; ed. with notes by W. Gifford. 3 v. - 101-3 J 
1. Memoir. Every man in his humour. Every man out of his humour. 
Cynthia's revels. The poetaster. Sejauus. Volpone. Epiccene. 2. The 
alchemist. Cataline, his conspiracy. Bartholomew Fair. The devil is an 
ass. The staple of news. The new inn. The magnetic lady. A tale of a 
tub. The sad shepherd. Mortimer, his fall. The case is altered. Enter- 
tainments. 3. [Minor and miscellaneous works]. 

- Poems. In Specimens of English dramatic poets [etc.] - - 82508 

Jonson, Ben. Hazlitt (W.) Shakspere and Jonson. In hi* 

Lectures. 1884. 82004 

Jordan (D.) joint -author. See Visger (Jean A. O.) 

Jorga (N.) The Byzantine Empire [a history]. 1907. - - 93908 

Jordan (William G.) Great truths [conduct of life]. - - 17009 

Jose (Arthur W.) The growth of the Empire. 1907. maps. 91110 

Joseph. Miller (J. R.) The story of Joseph. 1900.- - - 22206 

Joseph (H. W. B.) An introduction to logic. 1906. - - - 16005 

Joseph Redhorn [a novel] ; by J. J. Bell. 40 B 3 

Joshua. Johnson (J.) Stories of Moses and Joshua. 1890. ill. 22304 

- See also Bible. 

Joubert (Carl) The fall of tsardom. 1905. .... 94013 

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Joubert (Carl) Russia as it really is. 1905. - - - 94014 

Joubert (Joseph) Correspondance [French text]. 1895. mem. J041 

- Pensees. 1901. 84801 

Journal to Stella ; by J. Swift. In his Works. - 82705 
Journalism. For list of related subjects, see Literature. 

- Shuman (E. L. ) Practical journalism. 1903. ill. - - - 07001 

- See also Newspapers. 

Jo wett (J. H.) The silver lining [sermons]. 1907. - - ■ 25228 

" Joy for ever," political economy of art; by J. Buskin. 1904. - 70701 

Joyce (James) Chamber music [poems]. 201 J 

Joyce (P. W.) Irish names of places. 1901-2. 2 v. - . - - 92622-3 

- A short history of Ireland to 1608. 1904. map. - - - 92624 

- Social history of ancient Ireland. 1906. ill. map. - - 92620 

- The story of ancient Irish civilization. 1907. - - - 92609 
Ju-jitsu. See Physical education. 

Jude, St. , Epistle of. See Bible. 

Jude (Alexander) The steam turbine. 1906. ill. plans. - 62120 

Jude (R. H.) The school magnetism and electricity. 1906. ill. 53703 

Judges. See Bible. 

Julian of Norwich. Inge (W. R.) The " Ancren riwle" and 

Julian of Norwich. In his Studies of English mystics. 1907.14901 
Julius Caesar. See Caesar, Julius. 
Jungfrau von Orleans ; von J. C. F. von Schiller ; with notes. - 43813 

Jungle book [stories] ; by R. Kipling. 28 Kl 

Jungle book, Second ; by R. Kipling. 28 K 2 

Juniper Hall. Hill (C.) Juniper Hall. 1905. ill. - - - 91712 
"A rendezvous of certain illustrious personages during the French 
revolution, including Alexandre d'Arblay and Fanny Burney." 

Junius. Letters ; ed. by J. Wade. 1904-5. 2 v. - - -82707-8 
Jupp (W. J. ) Religion of nature and of human experience. 1906. 21001 
Jusserand (Jean J. ) English novel in time of Shakespeare. - 82605 

Just impediment ; by R. Pryce. 62P1 

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1. Mechanism. 2. Calculations and structure of fabrics. 
Jutsum (J. N.) Knots, bends, splices. 1907. ill. - - - 65609 
Juvenilia, essays ; by Vernon Lee. 1887. 2v.ini. - - E3L2 

K 

K. (J. M.) A letter for you, readings for mothers' meetings. - 24301 

Kaipara, a settler in north New Zealand ; by P. W. Barlow. 1888. 99102 

Kansas. Spring (L. W.) Kansas [a history]. 1885. bibl. map. 97403 

Kant (Immanuel) Critique of pure reason. •,■-.- 19301 

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Kant, Immanuel. Stirling (J. H.) De Quincey and Coleridge 

upon Kant. In his Jerrold [etc.] 1868.- - - - E5S1 
Kapadia (S. A.) The teachings of Zoroaster and the philosophy 

of the Parsi religion. 1905. 29501 

Kappey (J. A.) Tutor for bombardons and contrabasses, fo. - 78801 

Karamsin, N. M. Alison (Sir A.) Karamsin's Russia. In his Essays. E3A3 

Karl of Erbach, a tale ; by H. C. Bailey. 3B1 

Karr (Sir Henry Seton) My sporting holidays. 1904. pert, ill. 79908 

Kashmir. Morison (M. C.) A lonely summer in Kashmir. 1904. ill. 94803 

Kastner (V.) ed. Anecdotes historiques et litteraires ; notes. - 44833 

Kate Carnegie and those ministers ; by J. Watson. - - - 28 W 2 

Kate Coventry [a novel] ; by G. J. Whyte Melville. - - - 79 M 2 

Kate of Kate Hall ; by E. T. Fowler and A. L. Felkin. - - 45F5 

Katharine Ashton [a story] ; by E. M. Sewell. - - - 48 S 7 

Katharine Frensham, a novel ; by B. Harraden. - - - 24H1 
Kaufmann (M.) Housing of working classes and the poor. 1907. 33109 

- Socialism, its nature, dangers, and remedies. 1874. - - 33505 
Kautsky (K.) Whether class antagonism is softening down. 

In Modern socialism. 1907. 33504 

Keane (Augustus H.) Ethnology. 1896. ill.- - - - 57207 

Kearton (Richard) Nature's carol singers. 1906. ill. - - 59809 

- Wild nature's ways. 1904. ill. 59805 

Keating (Joseph) Maurice, a romance. 7K1 

Keats (John) Poetical works, mem. port. - - - 201 K 

- Selections. In Imagination and fancy. 1891. - - - 82234 
Keats, John. In Brooke (S. A.) Studies in poetry. 1907. - 82412 
Keble (John) The Christian year, thoughts in verse, port. ill. 301 K 
Keeble (Samuel E.) The city. In The citizen of to-morrow. - 30409 
Keegan (John) Legends and poems. 1907. mem. - - - 82828 
Keene (Henry G.) Hindustan under free lances, 1770-1820. ill. 94722 
Keightlev (Samuel R.) Barnaby's bridal. .... 8K1 

- The pikemen, a romance. 8K2 

Kellogg (J. W.) Uses of electricity on shipboard, ill. plan. - 62405 
Kellogg, Samuel H. 7?iHolcomb(H. H.) India missions. 1901. port. 99815 

Kellogg (Vernon L. ) Darwinism to-day. 1907. - - - 57523 
Kelly (Edmond) Government, or, human evolution. 1901. 2 v. 32012-3 

Kelvin (Lord) and Tait (P. G. ) Natural philosophy. 1894. ill. 53014 

Kempe (A. B.) How to draw a straight line. 1877. ill.- - 51311 

Kempis (Thomas a) The imitation of Christ. .... 24202 

Kempson (F. C.) The future life and modern difficulties. 1907. 23705 

Kenelm Chillingly, his adventures ; by Lord Lytton. - - 74L6 

Kenil worth [a romance] ; by Sir W. Scott. 3 copies. - - 35 S 4 

Kennard (Howard P.) The Russian peasant. 1907. ill. - 94020 
Kennedy (Archibald R. S.) ed. Exodus; notes. (Temple Bible). 22310 

- Joshua ; Judges ; with notes. (Temple Bible). 1902. - - 22314 

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Kennedy (Bart) Wander pictures [France and England]. 1906. 91605 
Kennedy (E. B.) Thirty seasons in Scandinavia [sports], ill. - 94107 
Kennedy (John) Old Highland days, reminiscences, port. ill. K031 
Kennedy (R. ) Modern engines and power generators. 6 v. ill. 62124-9 

- The modern machine shop. 1907. v. 1-2. ill. - - 62029-30 
Kennedy (Sara B.) The wooing of Judith. .... 13KI 
Kent (William) Mechanical engineer's pocket-book. 1906. - 62015 
Kent. Russell (W. Clark) Betwixt the Forelands, ill. - - 91708 
Kentucky. Sanderson (E. ) The settlement of Kentucky. In his 

Heroes of pioneering. 1908. ill. - - - - 90606 

- Shaler (N. S.) Kentucky, a pioneer commonwealth. 1884. map. 97309 
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Ker (William P.) [Literature of] The dark ages. 1904. - - 80903 

Kernaham (Coulson) A dead man's diary. - - - ..- 19 Kl 

Kerr (George L.) Practical coal mining. 1905. ill. - - 62508 

Kerr (Richard) Hidden beauties of nature [microscopy], ill. - 59301 

Kerry. Froude (J. A.) A fortnight in Kerry. In his Studies. E2F2 

Kershaw (J. B. C.) Electric furnace, iron and steel production. 66903 
Keshufo Chunder Sen. See Sen, Keshub Chunder. 

Kew (Harry W.) The dispersal of shells. 1893. ill. - - 59404 

Key (A. C.) A primer of explosives. 1905. .... 66203 

Key of paradise ; by S. Pickering. 43 PI 

Khaled, a tale of Arabia ; by F. M. Crawford. - - - - 116 C 2 
Kidd (Walter) Sense of touch in mammals and birds. 1907. ill. 59124 

Kidnapped, adventures of David Balfour ; by R. L. Stevenson. 120 S3 

Kilmacolm. Gibb (A. S.) Much about Kilmalcolm. 1872. - 92006 

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Kilmarnock. McKay (A.) The history of Kilmarnock. 1864.- 91904 

Kilmeny [a novel] ; by W. Black. 62B12 

Kim [a story] ; by R. Kipling. 28 K 5 

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- Froebel (F. W. A.) Letters on the kindergarten. 1891. - 37102 
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King (Charles) Under fire. 45 Kl 

King (H. C.) Rational living, inferences from psychology. 1907. 15009 
King (Irving) The psychology of child development. 1906. - 15001 
King (Richard A.) Passion's slave. ------ 46K1 

King (Rufus) Ohio [a history]. 1903. maps. - 97310 

King (W. L. M.) The secret of heroism, memoir of H. A. Harper. H031 
King of Folly Island, and other people ; by S. O. Jewett. - - 19J2 
King of shreds and patches, a novel ; by E. P. Finnemore. - 68F1 

King Solomon's mines ; by H. Rider Haggard. - - - - 3H1 

Kinglake (Alex. W. ) Eothen [travel in the east, 1835]. mem. port.93901 

- The invasion of the Crimea [1854-6]. 1901. 9 v. - - 94003-11 

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King's deputy, a romance ; by H. A. Hinkson. - 64H1 

King's henchman ; by W. H. Johnson. 23 Jl 

King's highway, or, in the age of William III. ; by G. P. R. James. 6 J 20 

King's Own ; by Captain F. Marryat. 52M4 

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King's tragedy ; by M. Wynne. 87 Wl 

Kingsland (Mrs. B.) Book of indoor and outdoor games. 1904. 79308 
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- Madam How and Lady Why, lessons iu earth lore. 1905. ill. 55108 

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- Poems. 1902. 101 K 

- Sanitary and social lectures and essays. 1902. - - - E1K1 

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Kin gzett (C. T.) Nature's hygiene and sanitary chemistry. - 61407 
Kinnear (John B. ) ed. Teaching of the Lord in the Gospels. 1906. 23213 
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Kinsfolk; by A. S. Swan. - 148S46 

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- Traffics and discoveries [stories]. 28K15 

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Kipling, Rudyard. Gosse (E. W.) Kipling's short stories. In 

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Kirkman (Fred. B.) Premieres lectures ; with notes. 1905. ill. 44852 

Kirkmichael. Graham (H. G. ) Life in country manse. In his 

Essays. E4G1 

Kirkpatrick (A. F. ) Divine library of the Old Testament. 1904. 22210 
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Kirkup (Thomas) A history of socialism. 1906. port. - - 33501 
Kirsteen, story of a Scotch family ; by Mrs. M. O. W. Oliphant. 6010 
Kit Kennedy, country boy ; by S. R. Crockett. - - - - 120 C 13 
Kitson (Arthur) Captain James Cook [a biography]. 1907. ill. C042 
Kitson (C. H.) The art of counterpoint. 1907. mus. - - 78101 
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Kleiser (Grenville) How to speak in public. 1907. 
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Knight (Charles) Shadows of the old booksellers. 1865. 
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Knight (John H.) Motor repairing for amateurs. 
Knight (Joseph) Life of Dante Gabriel Rossetti. 
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Knight of the Cumberland ; by J. Fox. 

Knight of the nineteenth century ; by E. P. Roe. 
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- Innes (A. T.) John Knox [a biography]. 1905. port. - 

- Miller (E.) John Knox, hero of Scottish reformation, ill. 

- Stevenson (R. L.) Knox and women. In his Men and books. 
Kobbe (Gustav) How to appreciate music, ill. 

Koenig, Fred. In Smiles (S.) Men of invention and industry. - 
Kofler (Leo) The art of breathing, tone production, port. 
Konig (E.) Natural-color photography, ill. - 

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grammar ; with key. 1902. 2 v. - 
Korea. Carles (W. R.) Life in Corea. 1888. ill. 

- Hamilton (A.) Korea. 1904. ill. map. 
Kreutzer (R. ) 40 studies [for the violin]. - 
Krudener, Barbara J. de. In Sainte-Beuve (C. A.) 
Kumasi. Armitage (C. H.) and Montanaro (A. F. ) 

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- An itchkow (M.) War and labour. 1900. .... 33015 

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" Reports of the Gainsborough Commission." 

- Black (C.) Sweated industry and the minimum wage. 1907. - 33106 

- Cadbury (E.) and others. Women's work and wages. 1906. ill. 39603 

- Clark (V. S.) The labour movement in Australasia. 1907. map. 33105 

- Dawson (W. H.) The German workman. 1906. - - - 33108 

- Ely (R. T.) The labor movement in [U.S.] America. 1905. - 33113 

- Fabian Society. The economics of direct employment. In 

Modern socialism. 1907. 33504 

- Morris (W.) The labour question from the socialist stand- 

point. In Modern socialism. 1907. - 33504 

- Report of the National Conference on Sweated Industries, 

Glasgow, 1907. 33126 

- Rogers (J. E. T.) Six centuries of work and wages. 1901. - 33104 

- Ruskin (J.) Time and tide, the laws of work. 1903. - - 30402 

- See also Agricultural classes. Arbitration. Children. Housing of 

working classes. Trade unions. Unemployed. Workmen's 
Compensation Act, 1906. 

Labrador. Grenf ell (W. T.) Off the rocks, ill. - - - 27901 
" Stories of the deep-sea fisherfolk of Labrador." 

La Bruyere, Jean de. In Sainte-Beuve (C. A.) Essays, v. 2. - E11S2 
Lace. For list of related subjects, see Textiles. 

- Felkin (W. ) History of the machine-wrought hosiery and lace 

manufactures. 1867. ill. 67727 

- Milroy (M. E. W.) Home lace-making. 1906. ill. - - 67729 

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Ladder of swords, a tale ; by Sir G. Parker. - - - 8P13 
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Essays, v. 3. 1901. E11S3 

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Laidlaw (John) Studies in the parables, and other sermons. - 22706 

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Laing (Samuel) Modern science and modern thought. 1886. - 21510 

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- Rawnsley (H. D.) Rambler's note-book at the English Lakes. 91715 

- Sessions (F.) Literary celebrities of Lake-district. 1907. - 99902 
Lamartine (Alphonse M. L. de) The French revolution of 1848. 93207 

- History of the Girondists. 1903-5. 3 v. ill. - - - 93204-6 
Lamartine, Alphonse M. L. de. In Alison (Sir A.) Essays, v. 2. E3A2 
Lamb (Charles) Essays of Elia. Eliana. 1903. mem. port. - E2L1 

- ed. Specimens of English dramatic poets, time of Shakespeare, 

with extracts from the Garrick plays ; with notes, port. 82508 
Webster. Ford. Jonson. Fletcher. Shirley. 

Lamb, Charles. Ainger (A.) Lamb [a biography]. 1903. bibl. L151 

- In Paul (H. W.) Stray leaves. 1906. E1P1 

Lambert (F. C. ) Lantern slide making. 1907- ill. - - 77802 

Lambert (T. W.) Fishing in British Columbia. 1907. - - 79914 

Lambeth and the archbishops ; by J. R. Green. In his Studies. E2G1 
Lamentations. See Bible. 

Lamington (Alex., Lord) In days of the dandies. 1906. port. ill. 91431 

Lamps. Redwood (Sir B.) Lamps. In Lighting. 1895. ill. - 66505 

and Louis (D. A.) Miners' safety lamps. In Lighting. 1895. 66505 

Lamps of the temple, and other addresses ; by H. R. Reynolds. 25204 

Lampson (Frederick Locker) London lyrics. 1889. port. - 501 L 

Lanarkshire. Glasgow and Lanarkshire. 1904. 4°. - - 92311 

- McMichael (A. C. ) Notes by the way, Lanarkshire. - - 92305 
Lancaster (Charles) The art of shooting. 1906. ill. - - 79921 

Lances of Lynwood ; by C. M. Yonge. 2Y15 

Land. For list of related subjects, see Political economy. 

- Adam (E.) Land values and taxation. 1907. - - - 33603 

- Collings (J.) Land reform. 1906. ill. 33305 

- Fox (A. W.) The rating of land values. 1906. - - - 33302 

- George (H.) Progress and poverty. 1905. .... 33301 

- George (W. L.) Small holdings. In his Social progress. 1907. 30411 

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- Waghorn (T.) The compulsory taking of land. 1906. - - 34708 
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Land o' the leal ; by David Lyall. 66 L 2 

Land of Israel, travels in Palestine ; by H. B. Tristram. 1866. 94506 

Land of pardons [Brittany] ; by A. Le Braz. 1907. ill. - - 93307 

Land of the clansmen ; by W. Jamie. 91838 

Land of the dollar [United States] ; by G. W. Steevens. 1900. - 97203 
Landed gentry. Froude (J. A. ) Uses of a landed gentry. In 

his Short studies, v. 3. 1903. E2F3 

Landon (Perceval) Lhasa, an account of the country and 

people of central Tibet. 1905. 2 v. ill. maps. - - 94902-3 

Landor (A. H. S.) Tibet and Nepal. 1905. col. ill. - - 94906 

Landor (Walter S. ) Charles J. Fox, his life and character. 1907. F053 

- Imaginary conversations, mem. 82802 

- Poems. 1001L 

- Selections. In English poets, v. 4. 1905. mem. - - - 82224 
Landor, Walter S. In Saintsbury (G. E. B.) Essays, v. 2. 1895. 82104 

- In Stedman (E. C.) Victorian poets. 1876. - 82406 

- Stephen (Sir L.) Landor's Imaginary conversations. In his 

Hours in a library, v. 2. 1899. ' E4S2 

Landsborough (D.) British sea- weeds. 1851. col. ill. - - 58906 

Landscape. MacWhirter (J.) Sketch book, landscape painting 

in water-colour. 1906. col. ill. 75801 

Lane (Charles H.) Dog shows and doggy people. 1902. ill.- 63613 

- Pvabbits, cats, and cavies. 1903. ill. 63614 

Lang (Andrew) The Clyde mystery. 1905. ill. - 57103 

A criticism of some chapters in Munro's 
quities," 57101. 

- James VI. and the Gowrie mystery. 1902. ill. plans. - 91826 

- Letters to dead authors. 1896. 80401 

- Lost leaders [essays]. 1892. E4L1 

- Sir Walter Scott [a biography]. 1906. ill. - S084 

- joint-author. See Haggard (Henry Rider). 

Lang (Cosmo G.) Bp. The opportunity of Church of England. 1906. 25002 



Archaeology and false anti 
ill. plans. - 



Lang (Elsie M.) Literary London, ill. 91724 

Langdon (Mrs. Amy H.) joint-author. See Hartog (P. J.) 

Langdon (Samuel) The appeal to the serpent, a story of Ceylon. 14L1 

Lange (Franz) Graduated German prose writing ; with notes. 43807 

- Juniors' German. 1895. 43806 

Langland (William) Piers the plowman ; ed. by W. W. Skeat. 701L 
Langlois (E.) joint-author. See Paris (Gaston). 

Langmead (Thos. P. T.) English constitutional history. 1905. 34207 
Language. Bopp (F.) A comparative grammar. 1862. 3 v. -41501-3 
"Sanskrit, Zend, Greek, Latin, Lithuanian, Gothic, German, and 
Sclavonic languages." 

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Language. Edmonds (J. M.) An introduction to comparative 

philology for classical students. 1906. bibl. ill. - - 41004 

- Hovelacque (A.) The science of language. 1877. - - - 41003 

"Linguistics, philology, etymology." 

- In Mallik (M. C.) Impressions of a wanderer. 1907. - - 90816 

- In Miiller (F. Max) Works, v. 5, 7. 1899-1902. - E5M1, E5M3 

5. Congress of Orientalists, address, 1S92. School of Oriental languages. 
7. Stratification of language. Chronology of language. Comparative philo- 
logy as a branch of classical study. Results of the science of language. 
Language and poetry of Schleswig-Holstein. 

Lectures on the science of language. 1873. 2 v. - - 41001-2 

- Skeat (W. W.) Classical and English philology. 1905. bibl. 41005 

- Whitney (W. D.) The life and growth of language. 1902. - 40902 

- See also Phonetics. Spelling. 

Language, Anglo-Saxon. Text; with notes, etc. Bright (J. W.) 

ed. An Anglo-Saxon reader. 1903. 42901 

Language, Danish. Harvey (W. F.) ed. Danish self-taught. 1903. 43902 

Language, Dutch. Hossfeld's Dutch for the million ; with key. 43903 
Language, English. Abbott (E. A.) and Seeley (Sir J. R.) English 

iessons for English people. 1871. 42005 

- Alford (H.) The Queen's English, speaking and spelling. 1864. 42807 

- Bain (A.) English composition and rhetoric. 2 v. - - - 80806-7 

- Carman (M. C.) The function of words, analysis and parsing. 42506 

- Carpenter (G. R.) Rhetoric and English composition. 1906. 80812 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 1-5. 1903. - - - 03202-6 

- Craik (G. L. ) Manual of English literature and language. - 82010 

- Harrison (M.) Rise, progress, and structure of English. 1848. 42004 

- Hartog (P. J.) and Langdon (Mrs. A. H.) Writing of English. 42808 

- Low (W. H.) and Briggs (J.) Matric. English course. 1905.- 42802 

- Marsh (G. P.) Origin and history of English language. 1862. 42003 

- Meiklejohn (J. M. D.) The English language. 1907. - - 42006 

" Its grammar, history, and literature." 

- Morris (R.) Elementary historical English grammar. 1900. - 42503 

English grammar [a primer]. 1905. 42501 

Historical outlines of English accidence. 1903. - - - 42505 

and Bowen (H. C. ) English grammar exercises. 1904. - 42502 

- Wetherell (J.) Exercises on Morris's Grammar. 1901. - - 42504 

- Nesfield (J. C. ) Study and composition of English. 1907. - 42804 

- Rahtz (F. J.) Higher English. 1907. - ... 42002 

- Wyld (H. C.) Historical study of mother tongue. 1906. bibl, 42001 

- See also Commercial correspondence. Essay-writing. Letter-writing. 

Metre. Punctuation. Synonyms. Words. 
Language, Esperanto. Lloyd (R. J.) Esperanto language. 1905. 40801 

- O'Connor (J. C.) Esperanto, student's text-book. - - - 40802 
Language, French. In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 1-6. - 03202-7 

- Ceppi (N.) French lessons on the direct method, beginners 

course. 1907. ill. 44876 

French lessons on the direct method, junior. 1907. - - 44874 

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Language, French. Charlin (A. ) An introduction to French authors. 44832 

"A collection of passages not generally understood," with English 
translation. 

- Dumville (B.) French pronunciation and diction. 1904. - 44101 

- The European conversation books, English -French. - - 44858 

- Hein (G.) French conversation and composition. 1907.- - 44875 

- Hutton (H. L.) ed. Arnold's Modern French, bk. 1. 1906. - 44857 

- Kirkman (F. B.) Premieres lectures. 1905. ill. - - - 44852 

- Lazare (J.) ed. Unseen passages, modern French authors, v. 1. 44864 

- Paris (G.) et Langlois (E.) I/etude du vieux francais. 1899. - 44701 

- Passy (P. ) The sounds of the French language. 1907. - - 44102 

- Stallworthy (A. ) Le francais parle et ecrit. 1907. - - - 44856 

- Weekley (E. ) The matriculation French course. 1905. - - 44806 

- Texts; icith notes, etc. About (E. F. V.) Contes choisis. 1893. 44834 

La fille du chanoine. 1898. 44866 

Augier (E. ) et Sandeau (J. ) Le gendre de M. Poirier, comedie. 44863 

- - Balzac (H. de) Eugenie Grandet. 1905. .... 44835 
Banville (T. de) Gringoire, comedie. 1903. - - - 44820 

- - Belfond (J.) ed. Histoires choisies. 1898. 6 v. - - 44826-31 

Extracts from the nineteenth century French prose-writers. 

Bonnechose (E. de) Bertrand du Guesclin. 1896. 2 v. map. 44877-8 

- - Bouilly (J. JST.) L'abbe de l'Epee, comedie. 1898. - - 44851 

Bourrienne (L. A. F. de) La jeunesse de Bonaparte. 1907. 44873 

Chenier (A. ) Poesies choisies. 1907. .... 44871 

- - Coppee (F. E. J.) Le luthier de Cremone [comedie]. 1903.- 44819 

Poesies choisies. 1907. 44872 

Le tresor [comedie]. 1906. 44818 

- - Delavigne (J. F. C.) Les enfants d'Edouard. - - - 44850 

Louis XL, tragedie. 1894. 44823 

Dumas (A.) Les demoiselles de Saint-Cyr, comedie. - - 44813 

Duveyrier (A. H. J. et C. ) Michel Perrin, comedie. - - 44810 

Erckmann (E.) et Chatrian (A.) Le docteur Matheus. - 44869 

Madame Therese. 1904. 44838 

Waterloo. 1902. 44837 

Girardin (D. de) La joie fait peur, comedie. 1901. - - 44816 

- - Guizot (F. P. G.) Guillaume le Conquerant. 1902. - - 44839 
Herbert (F.) Anecdotes, morceaux choisis. 1900. - - 44859 

- - Hodges (W. H.) and Powell (P.) Le Francais chez lui. - 44853 

"A French reader, with exercises on grammar." 

- - Hugo (Y.) Hernani, drame. 1904. 4484* 

Les miserables, principaux episodes. 1897-1902. 2 v. - 44854-5 

Kastner (Y.) ed. Anecdotes historiques et litteraires. 1900. 44833 

Labiche (E. M.) et Jolly (A.) La grammaire, comedie. - 44815 

et Martin (E.) Le voyage de Monsieur Perrichon. - - 44822 

Lebrun (P. A.) Marie Stuart, tragedie. .... 448K 

- - Le Francois (E. B.) ed. A new French reader. 1898.- - 4483( 

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Language, French. Texts ; with notes, etc. Marmier (X.) Le 

protege de Marie- Antoinette. 1901. ill. - - - 44840 

- - Merimee(P.) Colomba. 1905. 44841 

- - Michelet (J.) La mer. 1907. 44868 

Moinaux (J.) Les deux sourds [comedie]. 1901.- - - 44824 

-- Ohnet (G.) Le chant du cygne. 1895. .... 44842 

Ferret (J. A.) ed. The matriculation French reader. 1906. 44807 

Racine (J.) Les plaideurs, comedie. 1902.- - - - 44808 

-- Richebourg (E.) Deux amis. 1897. ----- 44843 
Sand (George) La mare au diable. 1904. - 44844 

- - Sandeau (J.) Mademoiselle de la Seigliere, comedie. 1903. 44811 

Scientific French reader, extracts. 1894. - 44860 

-- Scribe (E.) Valerie, comedie. 1892. 44817 

Le verre d'eau, comedie. 1905. - - - - - 44849 

et Delavigne (J. F. C.) Le diplomate, comedie. - - 44812 

et Legouve (E. W.) Adrienne Lecouvreur, comedie. 1898. 44821 

Bataille de dames, comedie. 1900. ... - 44825 

Souvestre (E. ) Le chevrier de Lorraine. 1895. - - - 44846 

Un philosophe sous les toits. 1901. 44845 

Stern (Daniel) Les journees de juin, 1848. 1907. - - 44870 

Thierry (J. N. A.) Recits des temps merovingiens. 2 v. - 44861-2 

Villemain (A. F.) Lascaris, ou, les Grecs du xv. siecle. 1875. 44847 

- See also Commercial correspondence. 

Language, Gaelic. Gillies (H. C. ) The Gaelic class book, exercises 

on grammar. 1896. 49102 

- Munro (J.) A new Gaelic primer. 1902. .... 49103 
Language, German. Behaghel (O. ) Historical grammar of German. 43837 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 1-8. 1903. - - - 03202-9 

- Fasnacht (G. E.) Macmillan's German course, first year. 1904. 43827 
Macmillan's German course, second year. 1903. - - 43828 

- Fiedler (H. G.) and Sandbach (F. E.) A first German course 

for science students. 1906. HI. 43804 

- Joerg (J. B. and J. A.) A first German course. 1907. ill. - 43826 

- Lange (F.) Graduated German prose writing. 1902. - - 43807 
Juniors' German. 1895. - - - - - - 43806 

- Meissner (A. L. ) German prose composition. 1899. - - 43808 

- Schlomka(C) German grammar. 1899. - 43844 
Exercises for translating German. 1896. - 43825 

A sequel to " German grammar." 

- Spearing (H. G.) German reader, writer, and grammar. 1905. 43836 

- Wright (J.) Historical German grammar, v. 1. - - 43833 

Phonology. Word-formation. Accidence. 

- Texts ; with notes, etc. Goethe (J. W. von) Egmont. 1898. ill. 43830 

Faust. 1906. 43810 

Goetz von Berlichingen. 1902. 43811 

Hermann und Dorothea. 43816 

197 



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Language, German. Texts ; with notes, etc. Goethe (J. W. von) 

Iphigenie auf Tauris. 1898. 43842 

Poems. 1902. 43843 

- - Grimm (J. L.K.undW.K.) Kinder- und Hausmarchen. 1899. 43832 
-- Hauff(W.) Das Bilddes Kaisers. 1893. - 43817 
-- Heine (H.) Lieder und Gedichte. 1907. - 43841 

- - Lessing (G. E.) Minna von Barnhelm. 1898. - - - 43818 

Nathan der Weise. 1902. 43812 

Riehl (W. H. von) Die Ganerben. Die Gerechtigkeit Gottes. 43819 

- - Scheffel (J. V. von) Der Trompeter von Sakkingen. 1903. 43840 

- - Schiller (J. C. F. von) Jungfrau von Orleans. 1906. - - 43813 

Der Neffe als Onkel. 1898. - 43821 

Wallenstein's Tod. 1902. - - - - - - 43814 

Wilhelm Tell. - - - - 43815 

- - Schmid (C. von). Heinrich von Eichenfels. 1899. - 43839 

- - Schrader (F.) Friedrich der Grosse. 1902. map. - - 43831 

- - Weber (K.) Vier kleine Lustspiele. 1906. - - ^ - - 43824 

- - Wichert (E.) Das eiserne Kreuz. 1885. - - *- - 43809 

- - Zastrow(K.) Wilhelm der Siegreiche. 1902. - - 43838 

- - Zschokke (J. H. D.) Das Goldmacherdorf. 1898. - 43823 
Der zerbrochene Krug. 1905. - - - - - - 43822 

- See also Commercial correspondence. 

Language, Greek. In CasselPs New popular educator, v. 5-8. 03206-9 

- Murray G.) Attic sentence-construction. 1898. - - - 48501 

- Paul(H. W.) Study of Greek. In his Stray leaves. 1906. - E1P1 

- Thompson (J.) A Greek grammar, accidence, and syntax. 1902. 48801 
Language, Hebrew. Muller (A. ) Outlines of Hebrew syntax. 1894. 49201 
Language, Italian. In CasselPs New popular educator, v. 6-8. 03207-9 

- Genzardi (N. E.) The English tourist in Italy. 1906. - - 45802 

- Melzi (B.) New Italian and English dictionary. 1905. - - 45301 

- Text; with notes, etc. Pellico (S.) La mie prigioni. - - 45801 

- See also Commercial correspondence. 

Language, Japanese. Aston (W. G.) A grammar of the 

Japanese spoken language. 1888. 49501 

Language, Latin. Alf ord (M. ) ed. Latin passages for translation. 47803 

- In CasselPs New popular educator, v. 1-7. 1903. - - - 03202-8 

- Gildersleeve (B. L.) and Lodge (G.) Latin grammar. 1903. - 47802 

- Longmans' Latin course. 1904. 47806 

- Sloman (A.) A grammar of classical Latin. 1906. - - - 47801 

- Texts; with notes, etc. Nepos (C.) Lives, Miltiades, Themis- 

tocles, Pausanias. 47804 

Terence. Andria. 47805 

Language, Persian. Clarke (H. W.) The Persian manual. - 49106 

Language, Portuguese. Kordgien (G. C.) and Kunow (E.) 

Portuguese conversation-grammar ; with key. 1902. 2 v. 46901-2 

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Language, Russian. Alexandrow (F.) Easy method of learning 

the Russian language. 1867. 49104 

- Werkhaupt (G.) and Roller (E.) Russian reader. 1902. maps. 49105 
Language, Scottish. Mackay (C.) The poetry and humour of 

the Scottish language. 1882. 42701 

Language, Spanish. Arteaga y Pereira (F. de) Practical Spanish, 

a grammar. 1902. 2 v. 46807-8 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 6-8. - 03207-9 

- Robert (F. R.) Dent's First Spanish book. 1906. ill.-' - 46801 

- Torres (R.) ed. The pictorial Spanish course. - - - 46802 

- Worman (J. H.) and Bransby (C.) Segundo libro de Espanol. 46805 

- Texts ; ivith notes, etc. Mantilla (L. F. ) Libro de lectura, No. 3. 46803 

-- Schilling (J.) Don Basilic 1907. 46804 

Velazquez de la Cadena (M.) A new Spanish reader. 1900. 46806 

- See also Commercial correspondence. 

Language, Swedish. Ahn (F. ) Easy method of learning Swedish. 43901 

Language, Tenerifan. Bute (Marquess of) On the ancient 

language of the natives of Tenerife. In his Essays. 1901. E7B1 

Lankester (Sir Edwin R.) The kingdom of man. 1907. ill. • 50420 

Lansdell (Henry) Through central Asia. 1887. ill. map. - 94907 

Lao Tzff . Sayings [Taoism]. 29901 

Laodicean, a story of to-day ; by T. Hardy. - - - 21 H 8 

Laokoon ; by G. E. Lessing. In his Selected prose works. 1905. 83801 

Lapse of Vivien Eady ; by C. Marriott. 50 M 2 

Largo. Cunningham (A. S.) Upper Largo, Lower Largo. 1907. ill. 92507 

La Rochefoucauld (FRANgois, duc de) Maximes. mem. port. 84802 

Lascaris, ou, les Grecs du xv. siecle ; par A. F. Villemain ; notes. 44847 
Lassalle, Ferdinand. In Shorter (C. K. ) Immortal memories. 1907. E6S1 
Last ballad, and other poems ; by J. Davidson. 1899. - - 602D 
Last chance, a tale of the golden west ; by Rolf Boldrewood. - 71 B 4 

Last days of Pompeii ; by Lord Lytton. 74 L 7 

Last entry ; by W. Clark Russell. 75R12 

Last hope ; by Henry Seton Merriman. 85M12 

Last of the barons; by Lord Lytton. 74L15 

Last %i the climbing boys, autobiography ; by G. Elson. 1900. E071 
Last of the Mohicans [Leather-stocking series, No. 2] ; by J. F. 

Cooper. 88 C 9 

Late Mrs. Null [a novel] ; by F. R. Stockton. - - - - 125 S 2 

Latham (C. ) Winding. In Practical coal-mining, v. 3. 1907. - 62512 

Lathe. See Turning. 

Lathrop (Elise) Where Shakespeare set his stage, ill. - - 82506 

Latin language. See Language, Latin. 

Latin literature. See Literature, Latin. 

Latter (H.) Precis writing. 1903-6. 2 v. - - - -65803-4 

Latter (Lucy R.) School gardening for children. 1906. ill. - 37201 

Latter-day pamphlets ; by T. Carlyle. E1C10 

199 



LAT GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Latter-day sweethearts ; by Mrs. B. Harrison. - 28H1 

Laud, William, Archbp. In Stephen (Sir J. F.) Horae Sabbaticae. E3S1 

Lauder (Sir Thomas D.) Tales of the Highlands. 1881. ill. - 39810 

Laughlin (James L.) Industrial America. 1907. maps.- ■ 33009 
Laughtox (Sir John K. ) and others. From Howard to Nelson, 

twelve sailors. 1907. ill. maps. 99609 

Laundry. For list of related subjects, see Domestic economy. 

- Black (Mrs. M.) Cookery and laundry work. - 64107 

- Raukin (M. C.) Manual of science of laundry work. 1904. ill. 64801 

Laura's legacy ; by Mrs. E. H. Strain. 172 SI 

Laurel bush, an old-fashioned love story ; by Mrs. D. M. Craik. HOC 13 

Laut (Agnes C.) Lords of the north. 79L1 

Lavengro, the scholar, the gypsy, the priest ; by G. Borrow. - 74B2 

Lavinia [a novel] ; by R. Broughton. 97 B 6 

Law (C. O.) House decoration and repairs. 1907. - - - 69007 

Law, William. In Inge (W. R. ) Studies of English mystics. 1907. 14901 
Law. For list of other branches of sociology, see Sociology. 

- Bagehot (W.) Bad lawyers or good? In his Literary studies, v. 3. E5B3 

- Cope (E. A.) Pitman's Solicitor's clerk's guide. - - - 34003 

- Dicey (A. V. ) The relation between law and public opinion in 

England during the nineteenth century. 1905. - - 34002 

- In Hobbes (T.) English works, v. 4, 6. - - - - 19212, 19214 

4. De corpore politico. 6. A dialogue of the common laws of England. 

- Lorimer (J. ) A handbook of the law of Scotland. 1894. - 34901 

- Maine (Sir H. J. S. ) Ancient law. 1906. .... 34001 

- See also Arbitration. Copyright. Crime. Maritime law. Police 

courts. Prisons. Reform. Trials. Workmen's Compensation 

Act, 1906. 

Law and the lady ; by W. Wilkie Collins. 75C20 

Lawless (Emily) Maelcho, a sixteenth century narrative. - 17 LI 

Lawn tennis. See Tennis. 

Lawrence, Sir Thomas. In Cunningham (A.) and Heaton (Mrs. 

C.) British painters, v. 3. 1880. 99711 

Lawsox (W. R.) American finance, domestic. 1906. - - 33601 
Lays and legends of the north, poems and songs ; by D. Grant. 1884. # 401 G 
Lays of ancient Rome ; by Lord Macaulay. ill. - - - 501 M 

Lays of the Highlands and isles ; by J. S. Blackie. 1888. - 1801 B 

Lays of the Scottish cavaliers, and other poems ; by W. E. Aytoun. 101 A 
Lays of the western Gael, and other poems ; by Sir. S. Ferguson. 101 F 

Lazare (Jules) ed. Unseen passages from modern French 

authors. 1906. v. 1. 44864 

Lea (A. S.) The chemical basis of the animal body. 1902. ill. 61212 

"An appendix to Foster's 'Text book of physiology, 61207-10.' " 
Leach (Henry) The Duke of Devonshire, a biography. 1904. ill. D161 
Leadbeater (C. W.) The other side of death. 1903. - - 21202 
Leader (Alfred) Through Jamaica with a Kodak. 1907. ill. map. 97702 

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Learning. See Knowledge. 

Leask (A. R. ) Refrigerating machinery. 1907. ill. - - 62103 

Leask (William K.) James Bos well [a biography]. 1896. - B321 
Leather. For list of other industries, see Industries. 

- Procter (H. R.) Leather manufacture. 1903. ill.- - - 67502 

- Watt (A.) Leather manufacture. 1906. ill.- - - - 67501 
Leather-stocking series ; by J. F. Cooper. 5 v. 

1. The Deerslayer, 88C5. 2. The last of the Mohicans, 88C9. 3. The 
Pathfinder, 88 C 4. 4. The pioneers, 88 C 3. 5. The prairie, 88 CIO. 

Leather- work. In Sanforcl (F. G. ) Art crafts for beginners. - 70001 
Leaves from the journal of our life in the Highlands ; by Queen 

Victoria. 1868. ill. V024 

Leaves from the tree of life [sermons] ; by A. Maclaren. 1906. 25215 

Leaves of a life, reminiscences ; by M. S. Williams. 1896. - W161 

Leaves, Later [reminiscences] ; by M. S. Williams. 1893. - W162 

Le Blond (Mrs. Aubrey B.) True tales of mountain adventure. 79605 

Lk Bon (Gustave) The crowd, a study of the popular mind. 1908. 30111 

Le Braz (Anatole) Land of pardons [Brittany]. 1907. ill. - 93307 

Lebrun (Pierre A.) Marie Stuart, tragedie ; with notes. - 44814 

Lechler (G.) John Wycliffe and his English precursors. 1904. W231 
Lecky (William E. H.) Democracy and liberty. 1899. 2 v. - 32101-2 

- History of Ireland in the eighteenth century. 1902-3. 5 v. - 92603-7 

- The map of life, conduct and character. 1904. - - - 17015 
Lecky, William E. H. Eliot (George) Influence of rationalism, 

Lecky 's History. In her Essays. 1883. - - - - E1E2 
Leclaire, Jean. Bosanquet (B.) Two modern philanthropists. 

In his Essays and addresses. 1899. - - - - E10B1 

Le Conte (Joseph) Evolution, nature, evidences [etc.] 1893. - 57505 

Le Couteur ( Wilson) Great outposts of the Empire. 1907. ill. 91111 

Lectures. Mliller (F. Max) Defence of lectures. In his Works. E5M1 

Le Dantec (Felix) The nature and origin of life. 1907. ill. - 57601 

Lee (Gerald S. ) The child and the book. 1907. - - - 02806 

- The lost art of reading. 1907. 02807 

Lee (Ida) The coming of the British to Australia. 1906. ill. - 98606 

Lee, Robert E., Gen. Lee(R. E. ) Recollections and letters of Lee. L162 

- White (H. A.) Lee and thesouthern confederacy, 1807-70. 1905. L161 
Lee (Sidney) A life of William Shakespeare. 1905. ill.- - S071 
Lee (Vernon) The enchanted woods. 1905. .... 91023 

" Essays on the genius of places." 

- Juvenilia. 1887. 2 v. in 1. E3L2 

- Pope Jacynth, and other fantastic tales. - - - 27 LI 
Leech, John. In Brown (J.) Horre subsecivre, v. 3. 1897. - E2B3 
Lees (Dorothy N.) Scenes and shrines in Tuscany. 1907. - 93705 
Lees (G. R.) Life and adventure beyond Jordan, ill. - - 94502 
Le FitANgois (Emile B. ) ed. New French reader ; with notes. 1898. 44836 
Le Gallienne (Richard) Retrospective reviews. 1891-5. 2 v. 80404-5 

201 



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Le Gallienne (Richard) Young lives. 31 LI 

Legend of Jubal, and other poems ; by George Eliot. - - 102 E 

Legend of Montrose ; by Sir W. Scott. .3 copies. - - - 35S10 
Legends. For list of related subjects, see Folk-lore. 

- Gould (S. Baring) Curious myths of the'middle ages. 1888. - 39812 

- Jiriczek (0. L.) Northern hero legends. 1902. - - - 39815 

- Keegan (J.) [Irish] Legends and poems. 1907. - - - 82828 

- See also Arthur, King. Charlemagne. 

Legge (Arthur E. J.) Both great and small. - - - - 81 L 2 

- The ford. 81L1 

Legouve (Ernest W.) joint-author. See Scribe (Eugene). 

Leibniz, Gottfried W. [his life and philosophy] ; by J. T. Merz. - 19303 

Leigh (J. E. A. ) A memoir of Jane Austen. 1871. - - - A091 

Leigh (L. ) Brother East and Brother West, unemployed. 1905. 33124 

Leighton, Frederic, Lord. In Bayliss (Sir W.) Painters, port. - 99714 

Leighton (Gerald R. ) Life-history of British lizards. 1903. - 59807 

Leighton (Mrs. Marie C. ) The amazing verdict. - - - 33L1 

Leighton Court ; by H. Kingsley. 26K11 

Leila, or, the siege of Granada ; by Lord Lytton. - - - 74L14 

Leith (E. S.) The book of the country cottage. 1904. ill. - 72802 

Leland (Charles G. ) Wood-carving. 1894. ill. - - - 73603 

- Flaxius, leaves from the life of an immortal. - - - 82 LI 
Lenses. For lists of related subjects, see Light. Photography. 

- Bolas (T.) and Brown (G. E.) The lens. 1902. ill. - - 77101 

"A guide to the choice, use, and testing' of photographic objectives." 
Leonora d'Orco, or, the times of Caesar Borgia ; by G. P. R. James. 6 Jl 
Leopold II. MacDonnell (J. DeC.) King Leopold II. 1905. port. ill. L091 

" His rule in Belgium and the Congo." 
Lepers. Jackson (J. ) In leper-land, among Indian lepers. 1901. ill. 27808 

Lepicier (Alexius M. ) The unseen world, Spiritism. 1906. - 28901 

Le Poer (J. P.) A modern legionary [French Foreign Legion]. - L051 

Le Queux (William) Behind the throne. 36L3 

- The czar's spy, a story of millions. 36 L 4 

- Her Majesty's minister. 36L2 

- The valley of the shadow. 36 LI 

- The woman at Kensington. 36L5 

Leslie, Chas. R. In Cunningham (A.) and Heaton (Mrs. C.) Painters. 99711 

Less black than we're painted ; by J. Payn. - - - - 18 P 9 

Lessing (Gotthold E.) Minna von Barnhelm; with notes. 1898. 43818 

- Nathan der Weise ; with notes. 1902. 43812 

- Nathan the wise, a dramatic poem. 1894. port. ill. - - 601 L 

- Selected prose works ; trans, by E. C. Beasleyand H. Zimmern. 83801 

Laokoon. How the ancients represented death. Dramatic notes. 
Lessing, G. E. Jacks (W.) Religious toleration, an address on 

"Nathan the wise." In his Singles from life's gathering. E1J1 

L'Estrange (A. G.) Lady Belcher and her friends. 1891. - B12! 

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Letter for you, readings for mothers' meetings ; by J. M. K. - 24301 

Letter of credit ; by S. Warner. 21 W8 

Letter-writing. For related subjects, see Language, English. Rhetoric. 

- Au fait. The correct guide to letter writing. - - - 80808 

- In Thorold (A. W.) The yoke of Christ. 1897. - - - 17115 
Letters. Lucas (E. V. ) ed. The gentlest art. 1908. - - 82717 

- Mumby (F. A.) ed. Letters of literary men. 2 v. - - - 82711-2 

1. Sir Thomas More to Robert Burns. 2. Nineteenth century. 

Letters from a self-made merchant to his son ; by G. H. Lorimer. 81802 

Letters from a silent study; by Mrs. P. M. T. Craigie. 1904. - E5C1 

Letters of one, a study in limitations ; by C. H, Plunkett. - 79 PI 

Letters on life ; by W. R. Nicoll. 1904. E2N2 

Letters to dead authors ; by A. Lang. 1896. .... 80401 
Letters to my boys [on Europe] ; by Sir J. P. Boucaut. 1906. ill. 91008 
Levant. Duckworth (H. T. F.) Some pages of Levantine history. 94411 

Great Britain and Cyprus. The Latin conquest of Cyprus. Athens in 
the twelfth century. 

Lever (Charles) The adventures of Arthur O'Leary. - - 39L4 

- Charles O'Malley, the Irish dragoon. 39 L 3 

- The confessions of Con Cregan. 39 L 6 

- The confessions of Harry Lorrequer. 2 copies. - - - 39 LI 

- Jack Hinton, the guardsman. 39 L 2 

- Sir Jasper Carew. 39L7 

- Tom Burke of "Ours. " 39L5 

Leviathan ; by T. Hobbes. hi his English works, v. 3. - - 19211 
Leviticus. See Bible. 

Levy (Arthur) The private life of Napoleon. 1894. 2 v. - N062-3 

Levy (Leonard A.) and Willis (H. G.) Radium and other 

radio-active elements, ill. 54602 

Lewes (George H.) A biographical history of philosophy. - 10901 

- Life of Goethe. Gill 

- The life of Maximilien Robespierre. 1849. - - - - R211 
Lewes (Vivian B.) Air and water. 1892. ill. - - - 55117 

- Liquid and gaseous fuels. 1907. ill. 66202 

Lewis (Alfred H. ) The sunset trail [a novel]. - - - - 85 LI 

Lewis (J. H.) Double counterpoint and canon. 1895. mus. - 78108 
Lewis, Meriwether. Biddle (N. ) ed. Expedition of Lewis and 

Clark to sources of Missouri, 1804-6. 1905. 3v. port. maps. 97405-7 

Lewis. Smith (W. A.) Lewsiana, life in outer Hebrides. 1875. ill. 92205 

Lewis Arundel, or, the railroad of life ; by F. E. Smedley. - 81 SI 

Leys (John K.) The broken fetter. 86 LI 

Liberalism. Alison (Sir A.) Thirty years of liberal legislation 

[1819-47]. In his Essays, v. 1. 1850. - - - E3A1 

- Arnold (M.) Future of liberalism. In his Irish essays [etc.] - E4A1 

- Bellairs (C.) and others. The liberal view. 1904. - - 32901 
Liberty. For list of related subjects, see Political science. 

203 



LIB GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Liberty. In Hobbes (T.) English works, v. 2. - - - - 19210 

- Lecky (W. E. H.) Democracy and liberty. 1899. 2 v. - - 32101-2 

- Mill (J. S.) On liberty. 1903. - 32301 

Libraries. For list of related subjects, see Books. 

- Wheatley (H. B.) How to form a library. 1902. bill. - - 01001 

- See also British Museum. 

Lichens. For list of other subjects in botany, see Botany. 

- Gray (P. ) British lichens. 1886. bibl. ill. - 58902 

- Lindsay (W. L.) A popular history of British lichens. 1856. 58907 
Lichfield, Cathedral church of ; by A. B. Clifton. 1898. ill. plan. 72604 
Liddell (Henry G. ) A history of Rome to [30 B.C.] 1902. ill. 93614 
Lidgett (J. S. ) and others. Social mission of the church. 1906. 26103 
Lieut. Gullivar Jones, his vacation ; by E. L. Arnold. - - 47 A 1 
Life. See Biology. Christian life. Conduct of life. Future state. 
Life and flowers [essays] ; by M. Maeterlinck. 1907. - - E8M1 
Life and manners, moral instruction of children ; by F. J. Gould. 37702 

Life for a life ; by Mrs. D. M. Craik. HOC 6 

Life in a risen Saviour ; by R. S. Candlish. 1859. - - - 22806 

Life of the fields ; by R. Jefferies. 1904. ----- 50406 

Life on the ocean, personal adventures ; by G. Little, ill. - L141 

Life superlative [Christian life] ; by S. A. Brooke. 1906. - - 24803 

Life's handicap, stories ; by R. Kipling. 28K11 

Life's ideals [Christian life] ; by W. Dickie. 1907. - - - 17128 

Life's little ironies, tales ; by T. Hardy. 21H13 

Life's secret, a story ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. - - - 10 W 34 

Lifted veil ; by George Eliot. 2 copies. 21E7 

Light. For list of related subjects, see Physics. 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 7-8. 1903. ill. - - 03208-9 

- Clay (R. S.) Practical exercises in light. 1906. ill. - - 53505 

- In Deschanel (A. P. ) Natural philosophy, v. 4. 1904. ill. - 53401 

- Dexter (J. S.) Exercises on sound, light, and heat. 1901. ill. 53605 

- Edser(E.) Light for students. 1907. ill. - 53503 

- Ovenden (C. T. ) Marvels in the world of light. 1904. ill. - 53504 

- Tait (P. G.) Light. 1890. ill. ------ 53507 

- Tyndall (J. ) New chemical reactions produced by light. In his 

Fragments of science, v. 1. 1902. - - - - 50408 

- Walker (J.) The analytical theory of light. 1904. ill. - - 53508 

- See also Colour. Colour blindness. Lenses. Magic lantern. 

Photography. Radiation. Rainbow. Spectrum. 
Light at eventide, large-print [religious] readings. - - - 24205 
Light freights [stories] ; by W. W. Jacobs. - - - - 4J7 
Light of Asia [a poem on Buddhism] ; by Sir E. Arnold. 1904. ill. 402A 
Light of the World [a poem on Christ] ; by Sir E.Arnold. 1903. ill. 401 A 

Light that failed ; by R. Kipling. 28K10 

Lightfoot (John) Elementary and intermediate algebra. 1904. 51205 

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Lighting. For list of related subjects, see Chemical technology. 

- Dent ( W. Y. ) and others. Lighting. In Chemical technology, ill. 66505 

Fats and oils ; by W. Y. Dent. Stearine industry ; by J. McArthur. 
Candle manufacture ; by L. and F. A. Field. The petroleum industry, and 
lamps ; by Sir B. Redwood. Miners' safety lamps ; by Sir B. Redwood 
and D. A. Louis. 

- Thomas (J. W.) The lighting of dwellings. 1906. ill. - 62801 

- See also Electric lighting. Gas. 

Lightning conductors. For related subjects, see Electricity. 

- Hedges (K.) Modern lightning conductors. 1905. ill. - - 53704 

- Zeda (U.) Telephones and lightning conductors. 1907. ill. - 65403 
Likewise the younger women [Christian life] ; by W. M. Sinclair. 17104 

Lilac sunbonnet ; by S. R. Crockett. 120 C 20 

Lilith, a romance ; by G. MacDonald. 10M35 

Lima. Markham (Sir C. R. ) Cuzco and Lima. 1856. ill. map. 98101 
Lincoln, Abraham. In Lowell (J. R.) My study windows. - E1L1 

- Morse (J. T. ) Abraham Lincoln [a biography]. 1893. 2 v. port. L033-4 

- Thayer (W. M.) Abraham Lincoln, story of his life. 1902. port. L032 
Lincoln's Inn. Beeching (H. C.) The Black Books of Lincoln's 

Inn. In Ms Conferences on books and men. 1900. - E6B2 

Lind, Jenny. Holland (H. S. ) and Rockstro ( W. S. ) Jenny Lind- 

Goldschmidt, her early life, 1820-51. 1891. 2 v. port. ill. L101-2 
Lindsay (Harry) Gypsy Roy, a story of early Methodism. - 78 LI 
Lindsay (W. L.) A popular history of British lichens. 1856. ill. 58907 
Lineham (W. J.) Text-book of mechanical engineering. 1906. 62008 
Linen. For list of related subjects, see Textiles. 

- Patterson (Sir R. L.) Linen and flax. In British industries. 1907.33804 

- Woodhouse (T. ) and Milne (T. ) Jute and linen weaving. 2 v. 67722-3 

1. Mechanism. 2. Calculations and structure of fabrics. 

Lines from my log-books ; by Sir J. C. D. Hay. 1898. ill. map. H141 

Linley Rochford [a novel] ; by J. McCarthy. .... 4M7 

Linscott (Mrs. Herbert B.) Bright ideas for entertaining. - 79306 

Linskill (Mary) Cleveden. 45L1 

Linskill(W. T.) Golf. 1895. ill.. 79608 

Linton (Mrs. Elizabeth Lynn) The atonement of Learn Dundas. 46L2 

- Grasp your nettle, a novel. 46L11 

- An octave of friends, with other stories. 46 L 6 

- The one too many. 46L5 

- Paston Carew, millionaire and miser, a novel. - - - 46L9 

- Patricia Kemball. 46 L 3 

- The rebel of the family. 46 LI 

- Sowing the wind, a novel. 46 L10 

- Under which lord ? 46L7 

- With a silken thread, and other stories. 46L8 

- The world well lost. 46L4 

Lionel Lincoln, or, the leaguer of Boston ; by J. F. Cooper. - 88C21 

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Lishman (W. E. ) Pumping ; Transmission of power. In Coal- 
mining, v. 3-4. ill. - 62512-3 

List, ye landsmen ! a romance of incident; by W. Clark Russell. 75 R 2 

Liszt, Franz. In Mason (D.G.) Romantic composers. 1906. port, mus.- 99715 

Literature, General. Gosse (E. W.) Questions at issue. 1893.- 80403 

The tyranny of the novel. The influence of democracy on literature. 
Has America produced a poet? What is a great poet? Making a name in 
literature. The limits of realism in fiction. Is verse in danger ? Tennyson — 
and after. Kipling's shorter stories. Election at the English Academy. [Etc.] 



- Howells (W. D.) My literary passions. 1895. 

- Lang (A.) Letters to dead authors. 1896. 

- Morley (J.) Studies in literature. 1904. 

Wordsworth. Aphorisms. Maine on Popular government. 



- 80402 

- 80401 

- E3M4 

A few- 
words on French models. Study of literature. Victor Hugo's "Ninety- 
three." On " The ring and the book." Memorials of a man of letters 
[Macvey Napier]. Valedictory. 

- Miiller (F. Max) Works, v, 5, 7. 1899-1902.- - E5M1, E5M3 

5. Antiquity of oriental literature. 7. Essays on literature. 

- In Ruskin (J.) On the old road, v. 3. 70403 

- In Strong (S. A.) Critical studies. 1905. - - - - 82820 

- Vaughan (C. E. ) The romantic revolt. 1907. - - - 80912 

- Warner (C. D.) The relation of literature to life. 1897. - E2W1 

- Yeats (W. B.) The Celtic element in literature. In his Ideas. E1Y1 

- See also Aphorisms. Authorship. Criticism. Drama. Fables. Fiction. 

Journalism. Lectures. Novelists. Poetry. Quotations. Re- 
naissance. Rhetoric. Table-talk. Wit and humour. 

Literature, American. Wendell (B.) A literary history of 

America [1600-1900]. 1901. bibl. 81002 

Literature, Celtic. Maclean (M.) Literature of the Celts. 1906. 89108 

- See also Literature, Gaelic. 

Literature, Egyptian. Mahaffy (J. P.) A survey of old Egyptian 

literature. In his Prolegomena to ancient history. 1871. ill. 90206 
Literature, English. Arnold (T.) English literature. 1888. - 82014 

- Beeching (H. C.) Notes by an examiner in English literature. 

In his Provincial letters, and other papers. 1906. - - E6B1 

- Brooke (S. A.) English literature, 670-1832 [a primer]. 1906. 82030 

- Warren (K. M.) ed. A treasury of English literature. 1906. 82011 

A collection of extracts illustrating Brooke's " English literature." 

- Canning (A. S. G. ) British writers on classic lands, a sketch. 82016 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 6-8. 1903. ill. - - 03207-9 

- Craik (G. L.) Manual of English literature. - 82010 

- Edmunds (E. W. ) and Spooner (F. ) The story of English litera- 

ture. 1907. v. 1-2. - - 82018-9 

1. 1558-1625. 2. 1625-1780. 

eds. Readings in English literature, junior course, v. 1-2. 82031-2 

1. 1558-1625. 2. 1625-1780. 

Readings in English literature, intermediate course. 1907. 

v. 1-2. - - - - . 82034-5 

1. 1558-1625. 2. 1625-1870. 

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Literature, English. Edmunds (E. W.) and Spoouer (F.) eds. 

Readings in English literature, senior course. 1907. v. 1-2. 82037-8 
1. 155S-1625. 2. 1625-17S0. 

- Gosse (E. W.) Modern English literature [1350-1900]. bibl. - 82105 

- Herford (C. H.) The age of Wordsworth [1798-1830]. 1901. - 82106 

- Kingsley (C.) On English literature. In his Lectures. 1898. E1K4 

- Masterman (J. H. B.) The age of Milton [1632-60]. 1897. - 82107 

- In Meiklejohn (J. M. D.) The English language. 1907. - 42006 

- Morley (H.) A first sketch of English literature. 1904. - 82005 

- Muir (P. M.) Religious writers of England. 1901. - - 82017 

- Prescott (W. H.) Chateaubriand's English literature. In his 

Miscellanies. E2P1 

- Saintsbury (G. E. B.) The contrasts of English and French 

literature. In his Miscellaneous essays. 1895. - - E9S1 

- - Essays in English literature, 1780-1860. 1895-6. 2 v. - 82103-4 

1. Crabbe. Hogg. Sydney Smith. Jeffrey. Hazlitt. Moore. Leigh Hunt. 
Peacock. Wilson. De Quincey. Lockhart. Praed. Borrow. 2. Southey. 
Cobbett. Landor. Hood. Miss Ferrier. English war-songs, Campbell. 
Madame d'Arblay. Twenty years of political satire. Three humourists, 
Hook, Barham, Maginn. The historical novel. Some great biographies. 

- Shaw (T. B.) ed. Specimens of English literature. 1905. - 82013 

and Thompson (A. H.) A history of English literature. 1903. 82012 

-- Shorter (C. K. ) The literary associations of East Anglia. In 

his Immortal memories. 1907. E6S1 

- Thomson (C. L. ) and Sellon (G. B. ) eds. Illustrations of English 

literature. 3 v. 82027-9 

1. From Wyatt to Webster. 2. Herrick to Dryden. 3. Carlyle to Stevenson. 

- Walker (H.) The age of Tennyson [1830-70]. 1897. - - 82108 

- See also Essays. Letters. 

Literature, European. Edwardes (M.) ed. A summary of the 

literature of modern Europe to 1400. 1907. - - - 80915 

- Saintsbury (G. E. B.) ed. Periods of European literature. 12 v. 

1. The dark ages ; by W. P. Ker, 80903. 2. The nourishing of romance 
and the rise of allegory ; by G. Saintsbury, 80904. 3. The fourteenth century ; 
by F. J. Snell, 80905. 4. The transition period ; by G. G. Smith, 80906. 5. 
The earlier renaissance ; by G. Saintsbury, 80907- 6. The later renaissance ; 
by D. Hannay, 80908. 7. The first half of the seventeenth century ; by H. 
J. C. Grierson, 80909. 8. The Augustan ages ; by O. Elton, 80910. 9. The 
mid-eighteenth century ; by J. H. Millar, 80911. 10. The romantic revolt ; 
by C. E. Vaughan, 80912. 11. The romantic triumph ; by T. S. Oniond, 80913. 
12. The later nineteenth century ; by G. Saintsbury, 80914. 

- Sismondi (J. C. L. S. de) Literature of south of Europe. 2 v. 80901-2 
Literature, French. A list of works in French, having philological 

notes, etc., will be found at Language, French. 

- Demogeot ( J. ) Histoire de la litterature f rancaise. 1903. bibl. 84001 

- Faguet (E.) A literary history of France. 1907. - - - 84004 

- Morley (J.) A few words on French models. In his Studies. E3M4 

- Paris (G.) La litterature francaise au inoyen age. bibl,- - 84002 

- Saintsbury (G. E. B. ) The contrasts of English and French 

literature. In his Miscellaneous essays. 1895. - - E9S1 

Primer of French literature. 1906. 84003 

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Literature, French. See also Maxims. 

Literature, Gaelic. Mackenzie (J. ) ed. The beauties of Gaelic 

poetry, and lives of the Highland bards. 1907. - - 89105 

- Maclean (M.) The literature of the Highlands. 1904. - - 89101 
Literature, German. A list of works in German, having philological 

notes, etc., will be found at Language, German. 

- Carlyle (T.) German literature of xiv. and xv. centuries. 

In his Essays, v. 3. E1C3 

State of German literature. In his Essays, v. 1. - - El CI 

- ircMiiller (F. Max) Works, v. 7. 1899. E5M3 

- Robertson (J. G.) A history of German literature. 1902. - 83001 

- See also Nibelungen Lied. 

Literature, Greek. Murray (G.) Ancient Greek literature. - 88001 
Literature, Irish. Flannery (T.) For the tongue of the Gael, 

essays. 1907. 89107 

- Hull (E.) A text book of Irish literature. 1906. v. 1. - - 89103 

- Read (C. A.) and Tynan (K.) eds. The cabinet of Irish litera- 

ture, selections. 1905. 4 v. ill. 82006-9 

Literature, Italian. Gaspary (A.) Italian literature to [1321]. 

1901. bibl. 85002 

- i?i Sismondi (J. C. L. S. de) Literature of the south of Europe, v. 1. 80901 

- Snell (F. J. ) Primer of Italian literature. 1893. - - - 85003 
Literature, Jewish. Cassel (D.) Manual of Jewish history and 

literature. 1905. 29610 

- Sharpe (S.) History of Hebrew nation and its literature. 1872. 29608 
Literature, Latin. Boissier (G. ) Tacitus, and other studies. - 87002 

The schools of declamation at Rome. The Roman journal. Martial. 

- Sandys (J. E. ) Harvard lectures on the revival of learning. - 87003 

- Wilkins (A. S.) Roman literature [a primer]. 1905. - - 87001 
Literature, Persian. Strachey (Sir E.) Persian poetry. In his 

Talks at a country house. 1895. 82815 

Literature, Portuguese. Bouterwek (F. ) History of Portuguese 

literature. 1823. 86002 

- In Sismondi (J. C. L. S. de) Literature of the south of Europe, v. 2. 80902 
Literature, Provencal. Bartsch (K.) Grundriss zur Geschichte 

der Provenzalischen Literatur. 1872. .... 84901 
ed. Chrestomathie provencale, 10e-15e siecles. 1904. - - 84902 

- In Sismondi (J. C. L. S. de) Literature of the south of Europe. 80901 
Literature, Russian. Turner (0. E.) Studies, Russian literature. 89106 
Literature, Scottish. Sime (A. H. M.) The literary life of 

Edinburgh. 1898. 82015 

- Walker (H. ) Three centuries of Scottish literature. 1893. 2 v. 82101-2 

1. The Scottish reformation to the Union. 2. The Union to Scott. 
Literature, Spanish. Bouterwek (F.) History of Spanish litera- 
ture. 1823. -----.. 86001 

- Prescott (W. H.) Ticknor's History of Spanish literature. 

In his Miscellanies. E2P1 

- In Sismondi (J. C. L. S. de) Literature of the south of Europe, v. 2. 80902 

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Lithophytes. Johnston (G.) British sponges and lithophytes. 

1842. ill. 59302 

Little (George) Life on the ocean, personal adventures, ill. - L141 
Little Anna Mark [a novel] ; by S. R. Crockett. - - - 120 C 11 

Little brown mouse [a novel]; by E. M. Albanesi. - - 70 A 1 

Little Dorrit [a novel] ; by C. Dickens. 3 copies. - - - 30 D 11 

Little Goody Two-Shoes ; by 0. Goldsmith. In his Works, v. 5. E1G5 

Little minister ; by J. M. Barrie. 2 copies. .... 24B2 

Little Mr. Bouncer and his friend; by Cuthbert Bede. - - 37 Bl 

A sequel to "The adventures of Mr. Verdant Green," 37 B 2. 

Little red Captain ; by C. J. Cutcliffe W. Hyne. - - - 115 H 5 
Captain Kettle series, No. 1. 

Little savage ; by Captain F. Marryat. 52 Ml 

Little schoolmaster Mark, a romance ; by J. H. Shorthouse. - 62 S 2 

Little shepherd of Kingdom Come ; by J. Fox. - - - - 47 Fl 

Little vanities of Mrs. Whittaker ; by John Strange Winter. - 73 W 3 

Little white bird ; by J. M. Barrie. 24 B 7 

* Lively Fanny ' [a story] ; by D. C. Murray. .... 126 M 7 

Liversidge (M. A.) Elementary botany. 1907. ill. - - 58109 

Lives of the hunted [animal life] ; by E. T. Seton. 1904. ill. - 59115 
Livingstone (David) Last journals in central Africa, from 1865 

to his death. 1880. 2 v. port. ill. maps. - - - 95902-3 

- Missionary travels in South Africa, port. ill. - - - 96301 
Livingstone, David. Maclachlan (T. B.) Livingstone [life]. - L044 

- Stanley (Sir H. M.) How I found Livingstone, mem. port. ill. 96101 
Livingstone (R.) Desigu and construction of commutators, ill. 62420 
Lizards. Leighton(G. R.) Life-history of British lizards. 1903. 59807 
Lizzie Leigh, and other tales ; by Mrs. E. C. Gaskell. - - 10 G 5 
Lloyd (M. A.) Susanna Meredith, a record. 1903. - - - M051 
Lloyd (Nelson) The chronic loafer [a novel]. - - - 80 LI 
Lloyd (R. J.) The Esperanto language. 1905. port. - - 40801 
Local government. For list of related subjects, see Government. 

- Ashley (P.) Local and central government. 1906. - - 35209 

11 A comparative study of England, France, Prussia, and the United States." 

- Avebury (Lord) On municipal and national trading. 1906. - 35201 

- Darwin (L.) Municipal ownership. 1907. .... 35207 

- Graham (J. C.) Taxation and local government. 1906. - - 33602 

- Shaw (A.) Municipal government in Great Britain. 1904. - 35208 

- Shaw (G. B.) The common sense of municipal trading. 1904. 35204 

- See also Cities. Police. 

Loch (Charles S.) and others. Methods of social advance. 1904. 30401 

Locher (Carl) An explanation of the organ stops. 1888. ill. 78617 

Lochinvar [a romance] ; by S. R. Crockett. - - - - 120 C 22 

Lochlomond side, and other poems ; by J. Young. 1872. - 301 Y 

Lock (C. G. W. ) ed. Coffee, its culture and commerce. 1888. ill. 63305 

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Lock (John B. ) Arithmetic for schools. 1904.- - - - 51102 
Lock (Robert H.) Recent progress in the study of variation, 

heredity, and evolution. 1907. ill. - 57527 

Lock (Walter) and others. Church and Empire. 1907. - 28304 
Locke (John) Philosophical works. 2 v. port. - - - 19201-2 

Human understanding. Elements of natural philosophy. [Ete.l 
Locke, John. Brown (J.) Locke and Sydenham. 7?i Ais Horse 

subsecivae, v. 1. 1897. - - " - - - - - E2B1 

- In Stephen (Sir J. F.) Horae Sabbaticae, v. 2. 1892. - - E3S2 

Locke's Essay on the human understanding. Locke as a moralist. 
Locke on government. Locke on toleration. 

Locke (William J.) The beloved vagabond. - 50L1 

Lockhart (John G.) The life of Robert Burns. 1905. - - B061 

- The life of Sir Walter Scott. 1896. ill. - - - - S081 
Lockhart, John G. In Saintsbury (G. E. B.) Essays, v. 1. 1896. 82103 
Lockyer (Sir Jos. N.j Education and national progress. 1906. 37009 
Locock (C. D.) Modern croquet tactics. 1907. ill. - - 79617 
Locomotion. See Railways. 

Locomotive. For list of related subjects, see Steam engine. 

- Fowler (G. L.) Locomotive breakdowns. 1903. ill. - - 62106 

- Lake (C. S.) The world's locomotives, ill. - -■■*_- - 62107 

- The locomotive handbook. 1906. ill. 62110 

- The locomotive of to-day. 1904. ill. plans. - 62105 

- Pettigrew (W. F.) and Ravenshear (A. F.) A manual of 

locomotive engineering. 1901. ill. ... - 62108 

- Reagan (H. C. ) Locomotives, simple, compound, and electric. 62117 
Lodge (Alfred) Integral calculus for beginners. 1905. - - 51704 
Lodge (Gonzalez) joint-author. See Gildersleeve (B. L.) 
Lodge (Henry C.) Alexander Hamilton [a biography]. 1898. - H041 

- Daniel Webster [a biography]. 1883. W101 

- George Washington [a biography]. 1889. 2 v. - - W036-7 
Lodge (Sir Oliver J.) Easy mathematics, chiefly arithmetic. - 51005 

- Electrons, negative electricity. 1906. ill. - 53712 

- Modern views of electricity. 1907. ill. . - - 53707 

- Signalling through space without wires, ill. - 65401 

- and others. Ideals of science and faith. 1904. - - - 21508 
Lodge (Richard) History of modern Europe, 1453-1878. 1903. 91013 
Loeb (Jacques) Comparative physiology of the brain and com- 
parative psychology. 1905. ill. - 59129 

Loewenthal, Isidor. In Holcomb (H. H. ) India missions. 1901. ill. 99815 

Lofthouse (W. F.) Ethics and atonement. 1906. - - - 23231 

- Poverty, its facts and problems. In Citizen of to-morrow. - 30409 
Log of a sea-waif, recollections ; by F. T. Bullen. 1906. ill. - B021 
Logarithms. For list of related subjects, see Mathematics. 

- In CasselPs New popular educator, v. 5. 1903. - - - 03206 

- Pickworth (C. N.) Logarithms for beginners. 1904. - - 51004 

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Logic. For list of other branches of philosophy, see Philosophy. 

- Bodkin (R. C.) How to reason, the A B C of logic. 1907. - 16007 

- In CasselPs New popular educator, v. 8. 1903. - - - 03209 

- 7rcHobbes(T.) English works, v. 1. 19209 

- Jevons (W. S.) Logic [a primer]. 1902. .... 16003 

- Joseph (H. W. B.) An introduction to logic. 1906. - - 16005 

- Mill (J. S.) A system of logic. 1865. 2 v. - - - - 16001-2 

- Russell (J. E.) An elementary logic. 1906. .... 16006 
Lombardy. Cesaresco (Countess) Lombard studies. 1902. ill. 93703 
Lombroso (Cesare) The man of genius. 1905. ill. - - - 15101 
London (Jack) The faith of men, and other stories. - - - 51L2 

- The game. 51L3 

- The sea- wolf. - - 51 LI 

London. Defoe (D.) Journal of the plague year [1665]. - - 91714 

- /^Dobson (H. A.) Side-walk studies. 1902.. - - - E2D1 

Dr. Johnson's haunts and habitations. St. James's Park. A walk 
from Fulham to Chiswick. 

- Forster (H. O. A.) Our great city. 1903. ill. - - - 91723 

- Harrison (F.) Historic London. In his Choice of books [etc.] E4H1 

- Jephson (H.) The sanitary evolution of London. 1907. map. 61402 

- Lang (E. M.) Literary London, ill. 91724 

- Mourey (G.) Across the Channel, life and art in London. 1896. 91711 

- Philpott (H. B.) London at school. 1904. ill. - - - 37906 

" The story of the School Board, 1S70-1904." 

- Ransome (A.) Bohemia in London [descriptive sketches]. 1907- 91720 

- In Steevens (G. W.) Glimpses of three nations. 1901. - - 91005 
London idylls [stories] ; by W. J. Dawson. - - - 21 Dl 
London lyrics ; by F. Locker Lampson. 1889. - 501 L 

London pride ; by M. E. Braddon. 81B5 

Lonely girl ; by Mrs. M. W. Hungerford. 104H14 

Loney (S. L.) Mechanics and hydrostatics for beginners. 1907. 53103 

Long (George) and others. America and the West Indies. 1845. 96803 

Long (John L.) The way of the gods. 87L1 

Long (William J.) Brier-patch philosophy. 1906. ill. - - 59114 

- Northern trails, animal life. 1905. ill. 59120 

- School of the woods, animal instincts, ill. .... 59119 

- Whose home is the wilderness, animal life. 1907. ill. - - 59122 

Long night; by S. J. Weyman. 45W16 

Long Parliament. Carlyle (T.) An election to the Long Parlia- 
ment. In his Essays, v. 7. E1C7 

Long vacation ; by C. M. Yonge. 2Y16 

A sequel to " Beechcroft at Rockstone," 2Y3. 

Longfellow (Henry W.) Poetical works, port. - - - 101L 
Longfellow, H. W. Norton (C. E.) Longfellow, his life. 1907. port. L121 
"Together with his chief autobiographical poems." 

- In Vincent (L. H.) American literary masters. 1906. bibl. - 81001 

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Longinus. Collins (J. C. ) Longinus and Greek criticism. In 

his Studies in poetry and criticism. 1905. - - - E4C2 

Longman (Charles J.) and others. Archery. 1894. ill. - 79611 

Longmans' Latin course. 1904. 47806 

Longmuir (J. ) joint-author. See Walker (J. ) 

Longmuir (Percy) joint-author. See McWilliam (Andrew). 

Longshoremen ; by G. Bartram. ------ 27B1 

LongstafFs marriage ; by H. James. 7J7 

Looking round, a novel ; by A. S. Roe. 58R1 

Loom. Brown (A.) The power-loom and the art of weaving, ill. 67720 

Loot of cities, a fantasia ; by E. A. Bennett. - - - 43 B 3 
Lopez, Fernao. Clifford (EL) The earliest exile of St. Helena. 

In his Heroes of exile. 1906. 99510 

Lord (R. T.) Decorative and fancy textile fabrics. 1898. ill. - 74503 

Lord and Lady Aston, a novel ; by E. H. Cooper. - - 86 CI 

Lord Eversleigh's sins ; by V. Tweedale. 53 T 2 

Lord Oakburn's daughters, a novel ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. 10W28 

Lord Ormont and his Aminta, a novel ; by G. Meredith. - - 82 M 8 
Lords, House of. For related subjects, see Parliament. 

- Stead (W. T.) Peers or people? 1907. 32803 

" The House of Lords weighed in the balances and found wanting." 

Lords and ladies, stories ; by R. M. Gilchrist. - - - 82 G 2 

Lords of the north [a novel] ; by A. C. Laut. - - - 79 LI 
Lord's Prayer. For list of other Biblical subjects, see Bible. 

- Ruskin (J.) The Lord's Prayer and the church. In his On 

the old road, v. 3. 1899. 70403 

Lord's Supper. For list of related subjects, see Jesus Christ. 

- Black (H.) Christ's service of love. 1907. - - - 26501 

- Moberly (R. C.) The Fulham conference on communion with 

the atonement. In his Problems and principles. 1904. - 20402 

Lorimer (Geo. H. ) Letters from a self-made merchant to his son. 81802 

- Old Gorgon Graham. 1905. ill. 81803 

" More letters from a self-made merchant to his son." 

Lorimer (James) A handbook of the law of Scotland. 1894. - 34901 

Lorimer (Norma O.) By the waters of Carthage. 1906. ill. - 95604 

Lorna Doone, a romance of Exmoor ; by R. D. Blackmore. - 63B13 

Lorraine, a romance ; by R. W. Chambers. - - - 35 C 2 

Lorrimer (Charlotte) The call of the east. 1907. - - - 95113 

Lost Earl of Elian, a story; by Mrs. C. Praed. - 54P2 

Lost Eden; by M. E. Braddon. 81 B 3 

Lost estate ; by Mrs. M. E. Mann. 40 M 2 

Lost ideal; by A. S. Swan. 148 S 26 

Lost leaders [essays] ; by A. Lang. 1892. E4L1 

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Lothair [a novel] ; by the Earl of Beaconsfield. - 31B6 
Lothrop (Thornton K.) William H. Seward [a biography]. 1896. Sill 

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Loti (Pierre) The story of a child [autobiography]. 1901. - L131 

- Mori frere Yves. 53L1 

Louis IX of France. Perry (F.) Saint Louis. 1901. port, ill.- L071 

- Sepet (M.) Saint Louis [a biography]. 1899. - - - L072 

- Stephen (Sir J. F.) Joinville and St. Louis. In his Horae 

Sabbaticae, v. 1. - - - - - - - - E3S1 

Louis XL, tragedie ; par J. F. C. Delavigne ; with notes. 1894. 44823 

Louis XIV. Voltaire (F. M. A. de) Siecle de Louis XIV. - - 93105 
Louis (D. A.) joint-author. See Redwood (Sir Boverton). 
Louis (Henry) Shaft-sinking. In Coal-mining, v. 1-2. - 62510-11 

Louisa, Queen of Prussia [a biography] ; by M. M. Moffat. 1906. L081 
Love. For list of related subjects, see Ethics. 

- In Avebury (Lord) The pleasures of life. 1905. - - - E2A1 

- Strachey (Sir E.) Love and marriage. In his Talk. 1895. - 82815 

Love and his mask ; by M. M. Dowie. 49 Dl 

Love and honour ; by M. E. Carr. 151 CI 

Love and life, a story ; by C. M. Yonge. 2Y17 

Love and the soul hunters ; by Mrs. P. M. T. Craigie. - - 109 C 2 

Love grown cold ; by A. S. Swan. 148 S 29 

Love me little, love me long ; by C. Reade. - - - - 16 R 14 

Love that overcame ; by A. Sergeant. 45 S 2 

Love, the fulfilling of the law ; by N. Macleod. 1S88. - - 17125 

Love, the tyrant ; by C. Garvice. 93 Gl 

Lovedale. Young (R.) African wastes reclaimed, Lovedale 

Mission. 1902. ill. 27807 

Lovel the widower ; by W. M. Thackeray. 2 copies. - - 12T8 

Lovell(A. E.) Punctuation as a means of expression. 1907- - 42101 

Lovell (Arthur) Deep breathing. 1907. 61202 

Lover (Samuel) Handy Andy, a tale of Irish life. - - - 54 LI 

Love's depths ; by G. Ohnet. 30 1 

Love's mirage ; by D. H. Pryce. 82 PI 

Love's proxy ; by R. Bagot. 2B2 

Low (W. H. ) and Briggs ( J. ) Matriculation English course. 1905. 42802 

Low tide on Grand Pre, lyrics ; by B. Carman. 1894. - - 1502 C 

Lowe (Charles) King Edward VII. [a biography], ill. - - E012 

Lowell (James R.) My study windows [essays]. - - - El LI 

My garden acquaintance [birds]. A good word for winter. On a certain 
condescension in foreigners. A great public character [Josiah Quincy]. 
Abraham Lincoln. Carlyle. Chaucer. Dryden. Pope. [Etc.] 

- Poetical works, mem. port. 201 L 

Lowell, James R. In Vincent (L. H.) American literary masters. 81001 

Lowenfeld (Henry) Investment, an exact science. - - - 33209 

Lowerison (Harry) From paleolith to motor car, tales. - - 57 Ll 

Lubbock (Sir John). See Avebury (John Lubbock, Lord). 

Lubricants. Archbntt (L.) and Deeley (CM.) Lubrication and 

lubricants. 1907. ill. 62306 

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Lucas (Edward V.) A wanderer in Holland. 1907. ill. - 93010 

- ed. The gentlest art, letters. 1908. 82717 

Lucas (Herbert) Fra Girolamo Savonarola, a study. 1906. - S381 
Luce (Morton) A handbook to works of Shakespeare. 1906. - 82504 
Lucian. In Froude (J. A.) Short studies, v. 3. 1903. - - E2F3 
Luck of the Vails ; by E. F. Benson. - - - - - 46B2 

Lucknow. In Gilliat (E.) Romance of modern sieges. 1908. ill. 90405 
Lucretia, or, the children of night ; by Lord Lytton. - - 74L13 

Lucy (Henry W.) The log of the ' Tantallon Castle.' 1896. ill. 94103 
Lugard (Sir Fred. J. D.) Story of the Uganda Protectorate. - 96103 
Luke, St. , Gospel of. See Bible. 

Lukin (James) Turning for beginners. 1906. ill. - - - 62311 
Lundin Links. Cunningham ( A. S. ) Largo, Lundin Links [etc. ] ill. 92507 
Lunge (George) Techno-chemical analysis. 1905. - - - 66011 
Lupton (Arnold) Mine surveying. 1902. ill. - - - 62506 

- and others. Electricity as applied to mining. 1906. ill. - 62502 
Luther (Martin) Life ; ed. by J. Michelet. - L022 

- Table talk ; ed. by W. Hazlitt. mem. port. - 24405 
Luther, Martin. Froude (J. A.) Times of Luther. In his Studies. E2F1 

- In Stephen (Sir J.) Ecclesiastical biography, v. 1. - - - 99816 
Luthier de Cremone [comedie] ; par F. E. J. Copp^e ; with notes. 44819 
Lyall (Sir Alfred C.) Asiatic studies. 2 v. - - -94717-8 

- Life of the Marquis of Dufferin and Ava. 1905. 2 v. ill. - D082-3 
Lyall (David) At the eleventh hour. - - - - 66 LI 

- David Lyall's love story. 66 L 3 

- The heritage of the free, or, more than conquerors. - - 66 L5 

- The land o' the leal. - - - - - - - - 66 L 2 

- A strong man's love. 66 L4 

Lyall (Edna) The autobiography of a slander. - - - 67 L 7 

- The autobiography of a truth. 67 L 8 

- Derrick Vaughan, novelist. 67L13 

- Donovan, a modern Englishman. 67 L 6 

- We two, a novel [a sequel to " Donovan "]. - - - 67 L 5 

- Doreen, the story of a singer. 67L10 

- A hardy Norseman. - - 67L11 

- Hope the hermit, a novel. 67 L 9 

- In the golden days. 67L4 

- Knight-errant. 67 L 3 

- To right the wrong. 67 L2 

- Wayfaring men, a novel. 67L12 

- Won by waiting. 67L1 

Lyall (J. G. ) The merry gee-gee, how to breed and ride him. 1899. 79801 
Lyell (Sir Charles) Principles of geology. 1853. ill. - - 55003 

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Lyndhurst, Lord. In Atlay (J. B. ) Victorian chancellors, v. I. 99820 

Lyne (Robert N. ) Zanzibar in contemporary times. 1905. ill. 96104 
Lyra Celtica, an anthology of Celtic poetry ; ed. by E. A. Sharp. 82228 
Lyrics. Palgrave (F. T.) ed. The golden treasury of songs and 

lyrical poems. 1904. 2 v. 82205-6 

Lys (Christian). See Brebner (Percy J.) 

Lysbeth, a tale of the Dutch ; by H. Rider Haggard. - - 3H19 

Lytteil (Wm.) Landmarks of Scottish life and language. 1877. 91839 

Lytton (Edward G. E. Bulwer, Lord) The lady of Lyons, and 

other plays, port. 801 L 

- The Caxtons, a family picture. - - - - ' - - 74 LI 

- " My novel " [a sequel to " The Caxtons "]. - 74L16 

- The coming race. 74L17 

- Ernest Maltravers. - 74L3 

- Alice [a sequel to " Ernest Maltravers "]. .... 74L2 

- Eugene Aram, a tale. 74 L 4 

- Harold, the last of the Saxon kings. - 74L5 

- Kenelm Chillingly, his adventures and opinions. - - - 74L6 

- The last days of Pompeii. 74 L 7 

- The last of the barons. 74L15 

- Leila. Calderon the courtier. Pilgrims of the Rhine. - - 74 L 14 

- Lucretia, or, the children of night. ------ 74L13 

- Night and morning. 74L12 

- Paul Clifford. 74L11 

- Rienzi, the last of the Roman tribunes. 74L10 

- A strange story. --------- 74L9 

- What will he do with it ? 74L8 

Lytton (Edward Robert, Earl of) Selected poems. 1894. mem. 901L 

Lytton, Rosina, Lady, Life of ; by L. Devey. 1887. port. - Llll 

M 

M. (C. E.) Adam Gorlake's will. 1M1 

M. (V. D.) Reminiscences of rural Christianity. • 1907. - - 28701 

Maartens (Maarten) God's fool, a Koopstad story.- - - 2M1 

- Her memory. 2M2 

- My lady nobody, a novel. 2M3 

Macaria [a story] ; by A. J. E. Wilson. 68W5 

McArthur (George VV.) The citizen and unemployment. In 

The citizen of to-morrow. 1906. 30409 

McArthur (J. ) Stearine industry. In Lighting. 1895. ill. - 66505 

McArthur (John) The antiquities of Arran. 1873. ill. map. - 92204 

Macaskill (Murdoch) A Highland pulpit, sermons, port. mem. 25222 

McAulay (Allan) Black Mary. - - - - - - 142 Ml 

Macaulay (G. C.) James Thomson [a biography]. 1908. - - T131 

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Macaulay (Thomas Babingtox, Lord) Works, port. - - 82827 

Milton. Machiavelli Hallam's Constitutional history. Southey's 
Colloquies on society. Moore's Life of Lord Byron. Samuel Johnson. 
John Hampden. [Mahon's] War of the succession in Spain. Horace Walpole. 
History of the Earl of Chatham. [Mackintosh's] History of the revolution 
[in 16SS]. Lord Bacon. Sir William Temple. Gladstone on Church and 
state. Lord Clive. Von Ranke. Leigh Hunt. Warren Hastings. Frederic 
the Great. Madame d'Arblay. The life and writings of Addison. The Earl 
of Chatham. Lays of ancient Rome. [Etc.] 

- The history of England from [1685-1702]. 1899. 2 v. - - 91416-7 

- Lays of ancient Rome. 1904. ill. 501 M 

- Marginal notes ; ed. by Sir G. O. Trevelyan. 1907. - - 82824 
Macaulay , Thomas B. , Lord. In Alison (Sir A.) Essays, v. 3. 1850. E3A3 

- In Bagehot (W.) Literary studies, v. 2. 1902. - - - E5B2 

- In Morley (J.) Critical miscellanies, v. 1. 1904. - - - E3M1 

- In Stephen (Sir L.) Hours in a library, v. 2. 1899. - - E4S2 

- Stirling (J. H.) Jerrold, Tennyson, and Macaulay. 1868. - E5S1 

- Trevelyan (Sir G. O.) Life and letters of Macaulay. 1905. - M321 
Macbeax (L. ) The story of Pet Marjorie, Marjory Fleming. 1904. F131 
Maccabees. See Bible. 

McCall (Samuel W.) Thaddeus Stevens [a biography]. 1899. S101 

McCann (James) The autobiography of a soul. 1907. - - 23301 

McCarthy (Justin) History of our own times [1837-97]. 5 v. - 91410-4 

- A short history of our own times [1837-80]. 1904. - - 91415 

- Modern England [1800-98]. 1899. 2 v. ill. - - 91425-6 

- Dear Lady Disdain. 4M5 

- Donna Quixote. 4M1 

- A fair Saxon. 4M4 

- Linley Rochford. 4M7 

- Maid of Athens. # - - - 4M3 

- Miss Misanthrope. 4M6 

- My enemy's daughter, a novel. - - - - - - 4M10 

- Red diamonds. 4M9 

- The riddle ring, a novel. 4M8 

- The Waterdale neighbours. 4M2 

McCarthy (Justin H.) The dryad. 5M1 

- The flower of France. 5M2 

McCarthy (Michael J. F.) Priests and people in Ireland. 1908. 92619 

- Rome in Ireland. 1904. 92621 

McCaul (Ethel) Under care of the Japanese War Office. 1904. 95107 

McChesney (Dora G. ) Yesterday's to-morrow, a romance.- - 148 Ml 

MacColl (Malcolm) The reformation settlement. 1899.- - 28302 

McCosh (James) The intuitions of the mind. 1860. - - 15601 

McCrie (Thomas) Life of Andrew Melville. 1899. - - - M241 

MacCulloch (J. A.) The misty isle of Skye. 1905. ill. map.- 92101 

MacCunn (J. ) Six radical thinkers. 1907. .... 32014 

Macdonald, Flora, Life of ; by A. Macgregor. 1882. - - M171 

MacDoxald (George) Adela Cathcart. 10M32 

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MacDonald (George) Alec Forbes of Howglen. - - - 10M1 

- Annals of a quiet neighbourhood. 10M33 

- The seaboard parish. 10M22 

" A sequel to ■ Annals of a quiet neighbourhood.' " 

- Castle Warlock, a homely romance. 10 M 9 

- David Elginbrod. 10 M 8 

- The elect lady. 10M19 

- The flight of the shadow. 10M20 

- Guild Court, a London story. 10M10 

- Heather and snow, a novel. - - 10 M 34 

- Home again. - - - - - - - - - - 10 M 26 

- Lilith, a romance. - 10M35 

- Malcolm. 10M6 

- The Marquis of Lossie [a sequel to " Malcolm "]. - - - 10 M 5 

- Mary Marston. --------- 10M30 

- Paul Faber, surgeon. - - 10 M 21 

- Robert Falconer. - - 10 M 4 

- St. 'George and St. Michael. 10M31 

- Salted with fire. 10M27 

-SirGibbie. 10M3 

- Donal Grant [a sequel to " Sir Gibbie "]. ... - 10M7 

- Stephen Archer, and other tales. - - -'*• - - - 10 M 28 

- There and back. 10M29 

- Thomas Wingf old, curate. - - - - - - - 10 M 2 

- The vicar's daughter, a story. - - - - - - - 10 Mil 

- Weighed and wanting. - - - - - - - - 10 M 18 

- What's mine's mine. 10M24 

- Wilfrid Cumbermede, a story. 10M23 

Macdonald (Hugh) Days at the coast, Firth of Clyde, mem. ill. 91902 

- Poetical works. 1865. mem. 1201M 

- Rambles round Glasgow, ill. 92304 

MacDonald (Ronald) The sea maid. 12M1 

MacDonnell ( John De C. ) King Leopold II. 1905. ill. map. L091 
McDonnell (Michael F. J. ) Ireland and home rule movement. 92618 
McDougall (W.) Psycho-physical method. In Lectures. 1906. 50421 
McDowall (William) Among the old Scotch minstrels. 1888. 82305 
MacDowell, Edward. Gilman (L.) An American tone-poet. In 

his Phases of modern music. 1905. 78014 

McFadyen (John E.) The prayers of the Bible. 1906. - - 22105 
Macfarlane (Charles) The camp of refuge. .... 143 Ml 
Macfarlane (Walter) Iron and steel manufacture. 1906. ill. 66905 
Macfarren (Sir George A.) Counterpoint. 1895. mus. - 78111 
Macfie (Ronald C.) The romance of medicine. 1907. ill. - 61003 
McGibbon (W. C.) Indicator diagrams for marine engineers. 

1906. ill- 62146 

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McGibbon (W. C.) joint-author. See Tod (John). 

MacGilleroy's millions ; by I. D. Hardy. 18H1 

McGinley (A. A.) The profit of love, studies in altruism. 1907. 17123 
McGown (George W. T.) Scottish heroes of the faith. 1907. - 99819 
Macgregor (Alexander) Life of Flora Macdonald. 1882. mem. M171 
Macgregor (George H. C. ) Messages of the Old Testament. 1901. 22207 
MacGregor ( John) The Rob Roy on the Baltic. 1896. ill. maps. 94101 

- The voyage alone in the yawl "Rob Roy." 1880. ill. - - 91501 
Macgregor (William M.) Jesus Christ the Son of God. 1907. 23234 
Machen (Arthur) The house of souls [stories]. - - - 144M1 
Machiavelli, Niccolo. In Macaulay (Lord) Works. - - - 82827 

- In Robertson (J. M. ) Pioneer humanists. 1907. - - - 99824 

- Villari (P. ) The life and times of Machiavelli. port. - - M311 
Machinery. For list of related subjects, see Engineering. 

- Bale (M. P.) Steam and machinery management. 1890. ill. 62024 

- Barber (T. W.) Repair and maintenance of machinery. 1895. 62010 

- Benjamin (C. H.) Machine design. 1906. ill. - - - 62012 

- Goodeve (T. M.) The elements of mechanism. 1905. ill. - 62314 

- Kennedy (R.) The modern machine shop. 1907. v. 1-2. ill. 62029-30 

- Machine construction. In Cassell's Educator, v. 3-4. ill. - 60308-9 

- Unwin (W. C.) Elements of machine design. 1906. 2 v. ill. 62025-6 

- See also Lubricants. 

Machray (Robert) The ambassador's glove. - - - - 15 Ml 
McIlveen (John) The Church's worship [Presbyterian]. 1906. 28502 
Macilvyain (George) Memoirs of John Abernethy. 1856. - A201 

MacIlwaine (Herbert C.) Dinkinbar. 16M1 

McIntosh (John G. ) The technology of sugar. 1906. ill. - 66402 
McIver (Daniel) An old time fishing town, Eyemouth. 1906. ill. 91718 
Mackay (jEnmas J. G.) The history of Fife and Kinross. 1890. 92504 
Mackay, Alex. M. In McGown (G. W. T.) Heroes of the faith. 99819 
MacKay (Angus) The Brontes, fact and fiction. 1897. - - B042 
McKay (Archibald) The history of Kilmarnock. 1864. - - 91904 
Mackay (Chas.) Poetry and humour of the Scottish language. - 42701 
Mackay (John S.) Plane geometry. 1904. .... 51307 
Mackay (Thomas) The life of Sir John Fowler. 1900. ill. - F081 
Mackaye (Percy) Jeanne d'Arc [a drama]. 1906. ill. - - 1001 M 
McKendrick (John G.) and Snodgrass (W.) The physiology 

of the senses. 1893. ill. 61203 

Mackenzie (Arthur H.) Mechanics and physics. 1907. ill.- 53011 
Mackenzie (Fergcs) Sprays of northern pine. - - - - 19 Ml 
McKenzie (Fred. A.) The American invaders. 1902. - - 33803 
Mackenzie (Hannah B.) Crowned victor, a story. - - - 20M1 
Mackenzie (John) ed. The beauties of Gaelic poetry, and lives 

of the Highland bards. 1907. 89105 

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Mackenzie, John, missionary and statesman ; by W. D. Mackenzie. M041 
Mackenzie (John S.) Introduction to social philosophy. 1890. - 30105 
Mackenzie (W. C.) History of Scottish Highlands. 1907. ill. 92207 
Mackenzie (W. L.) The health of the school child. 1906. - 37108 
Mackenzie (W. M.) Scottish history [81-1874]. 1907. ill. maps. 91831 
Mackie (John) The rising of the red man, a romance. - - 145M1 
Mackinder (Halford J.) Britain and British seas. 1907. ill. 91505 
Mackinlay (James ML) Influence of the pre-reformation church 

on Scottish place-names. 1904. 91825 

Mackinnon (Albert G. ) Tangible tests for a young man's faith. 23916 
Mackinnon (James) The history of Edward III., 1327-77. 1900. Elll 

Mackintosh, Sir James. Macaulay (Lord) [Mackintosh's] History 

of the revolution. In his Works. - . - - - 82827 

Mackintosh (John) Scotland to the [19th] century, ill. map. - 91842 

McKnight (Wm. H. E.) Recollections and letters. 1907. port. ill. M261 

Maclachlan (Thomas B.) David Livingstone [a biography]. - L044 

- William Blacklock, journalist. 21 Ml 

Maclagan (P. G. ) The Gospel view of things, and sermons. 1906. 25214 

Maclaren (Alexander) Leaves from the tree of life [sermons]. 25215 

- Sermons. 1875. 25217 

- The victor's crowns, and other sermons. 25227 

Maclaren (Ian). See Watson (John). 

McLaughlin (Andrew C.) Lewis Cass [a biography]. 1891. -. C171 

McLean (Angus) erf. Industries of Glasgow [etc.] 1901.- - 92302 

Maclean (Magnus) The literature of the Celts. 1906. - - 89108 

- The literature of the Highlands. 1904. 89101 

- ed. Archaeology, education, medical and charitable institutions, 

of Glasgow. 1901. plans, 92301 

Maclellan, Farquhar, his life and sayings. 1887. port. - - M031 

Macleod (Angus) Strathclyde, and other poems. 1906. - - 1101 M 

Macleod (Fiona). See Sharp (William). 

Macleod (Henry D.) The elements of banking. 1891. - - 33204 

Macleod, Norman, senr. , Memorials of; by his son. 1898. port. M301 

Macleod (Norman) Love, the fulfilling of the law ; extracts. 1S88. 17125 

The Christian life. Notes of travel, life, and eharacter. Character 
sketches. 

- The old lieutenant and his son. 27 M 2 

Macleod, Norman, Memoir of ; by his brother. 1876. 2 v. port. ill. M 232-3 

Macleod of Dare [a story] ; by W. Black. 62B11 

Maclise, Sir D. In Cunningham (A. ) and Heaton (Mrs. C. ) Painters. 99711 

MacMahon (Ella) Oxendale [a novel]. 147 Ml 

McMichael (Archibald C.) Notes by the way, Lanarkshire. - 92305 
Macmillan, Daniel, Memoir of ; by T. Hughes. 1883. port. - M211 
Macmillan (Donald) George Buchanan, a biography. 1906. ill. B091 

- Life of George Matheson. 1907. M281 

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Macmillan (Hugh) The corn of heaven [sermons]. 1901. - - 25207 

- Rothiemurchus [a description]. 1907. ill. - 92102 
McMillan (Margaret) Labour and childhood. 1907. - - 37112 
Macmtt.TiAn's German course, first year ; by G. E. Fasnacht. 1904. 43827 

- German course, second year ; by G. E. Fasnacht. 1903. - 43828 
McMurry (C. A. and L. B.) Special method in natural science. 37202 

Macnaughtan (S.) The gift. 29M1 

Macxeill (Hector) Poetical works, mem. ill.- - - - 82220 
Macnicol (D. C. ) Robert Bruce, minister [life]. 1907. port.- B291 

McXulty (Edward) Misther O'Ryan. 137M1 

McPhersox (J. A.) Waterworks distribution. 1907. ill. - 62805 
Macpherson, James, an episode in literature ; by J. S. Smart. 1905. 82405 
Macquoid (Katharine S.) A ward of the king, a romance. - 30M1 
Macrosty (Hy. W.) The trust movement. In British industries. 33804 

- The trust movement in British industry. 1907. - - - 33806 
McShane (Chas.) Pointers for machinists and engineers. 1905. 62113 
McVail (John) Prevention of infectious diseases. 1907. ill. - 61410 

MacYVhirter (John) Sketch book, landscape painting in water- 
colour. 1906. col. ill. - 75801 

McWilliam (Andrew) and Longmuir (P.) General foundry 

practice. 1907. ill. - - - - - - 67104 

Mad Sir Uchtred of the hills ; by S. R. Crockett. - - - 120 C 18 
Madagascar. Cousins ( W. E.) Madagascar, history, prospects. - 96201 
Madam How and Lady Why, lessons in earth lore ; by C. Kingsley. 55108 
Madame de Mauves [a story] ; by H. James. - - - 7 J 13 

Madame Therese; par E. Erckmann et A. Chatrian ; with notes. 44838 

Madcap Violet [a novel] ; by W. Black. 62 B10 

Mademoiselle de la Seigliere, comedie ; par J. Sandeau ; notes. 44811 
Mademoiselle Ixe, and other stories ; by Lanoe Falconer. - - 73 Fl 

Mademoiselle Mathilde ; by H. Kingsley. 26 K 7 

Madison, James. Gay (S. H.) James Madison [a biography]. 1898. M091 
Madness. See Insanity. 
Madonna of the future [and other tales] ; by H. James. - - 7 J2 
Maelcho, a sixteenth century narrative; by E. Lawless. - - 17 LI 
Maeterlinck (Maurice) Life and flowers [essays]. 1907. - E8M1 
Immortality. Our anxious morality. The intelligence of the flowers. 
[Etc.] 

- The life of the bee. 1908. 59513 

- Old-fashioned flowers. 1906. ill. 71608 

- The treasure of the humble. 1907. E8M2 

Silence. Awakening of the soul. On women. Tragical in daily life. 
The star [destiny]. The invisible goodness. Deeper life. Inner beauty. 
[Etc.] 

Magazines. See Periodicals. 
Magee (William C.) Archbp. Christ the light of all Scripture. 25211 
Magic. See Conjuring. Occultism. Witchcraft. 

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Magic lantern. For list of related subjects, see Light. 

- Hepworth (T. C.) The book of the lantern. 1899. ill. - - 53506 

- See also Slides. 

Magieo prodigioso, comedia ; por P. Calderon. 1875. - - 1001 C 

Magnay (Sir William) The master spirit. .... 146 Ml 
Magnetism. For list of related subjects, see Physics. 

- Allanach (W.) Elementary experimental magnetism. 1906.- 53801 

- Foster (G. C. ) and Porter (A. W. ) Elementary magnetism. 1905. 53802 

- Glazebrook (R. T.) Electricity and magnetism. 1904. ill. - 53706 

- Henderson (J.) Electricity and magnetism. 1898. ill. - 53711 

- Jude (R. H.) The school magnetism and electricity. 1906. - 53703 

- Tyndall (J.) Elementary magnetism. In his Fragments, v. 1. 50408 
Magnum bonum, or, Mother Carey's brood ; by C. M. Yonge. - 2Y11 
Magruder (Allan B.) John Marshall [a biography]. 1885. - M101 
Maguire (T. M.) British army under Wellington, 1811-4. 2 v. 93418-9 
Mahaffy (John P.) Descartes [his life and philosophy]. 1901. 19404 

- A history of Egypt under the Ptolemaic dynasty. 1898. ill. 95714 

- Prolegomena to ancient history. 1871. ill. - 90206 

- Rambles and studies in Greece. 1907. map. - - - 93823 
Mahan (Alfred T.) Retrospect and prospect. 1902. - - 32703 

"Studies in international relations, naval and political." 

- The story of the war in South Africa, 1899-1900. port. map. 96405 

- and others. Some neglected aspects of war. 1907. - - 17202 
Mahomet. See Mohammedanism. 

Mahon, Lord. See Stanhope, Philip H., Earl. 

Maid-at-arms ; by R. \V. Chambers. 35 CI 

Maid Margaret of Galloway ; by S. R. Crockett. - - - 120 C 29 

A sequel to " The Black Douglas," 120 C 7. 

Maid Marian [a story] ; by T. L. Peacock. - - - 20 P 2 

Maid of Athens ; by J. McCarthy. 4M3 

Maid of Brittany [a romance] ; by M. Wynne. - - - - 87 W 2 

Maid of Killeena [a novel] ; by W. Black. 62 B 9 

Maid of Sker [a novel] ; by R. D. Blackmore. - - - - 63 B10 

Maime o' the corner; by M. E. Francis. 50F2 

Maine (Sir Henry J. S.) Ancient law. 1906.- - - - 34001 
Maine, Sir Henry J. S. Morley (J. ) Maine on Popular government. 

In his Studies in literature. 1904. - - - - E3M4 

Maintenon, F. d'A., marquise de. In Sainte-Beuve (C. A.) Essays. E11S3 

Mair (David) A school course of mathematics. 1907. - - 51002 

Maistre, Joseph M., comte de. In Morley (J.) Miscellanies, v. 2. E3M2 

- In Stephen (Sir J. F.) Horae Sabbaticae, v. 3. 1892. - - E3S3 

De Maistre's Soirees de St. Petersbourg. De Maistre's minor works. 
De Maistre's ' Principe g£n£rateur.' De Maistre On the pope. 

Maitland (Ella F.) The Saltonstall Gazette. .... 34M1 

Maitland (Fred. W.) Life and letters of Leslie Stephen. 1906. S211 

Maitland of Laurieston ; by A. S. Swan. 148 S 9 

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Maitre Daniel Rock ; par E. Erckmann et A. Chatrian. - - 29 El 

Major (Charles) A forest hearth. 139 M 2 

- Yolanda, maid of Burgundy. 139 Ml 

Major (David R.) First steps in mental growth. 1906. - - 15004 

Major Singleton's daughter ; by Sarah Ty tier. - - - - 57 T 3 

Majorca. D'Este (M.) With a camera in Majorca. 1907. ill. 93416 

Making of a marchioness ; by F. H. Burnett. ... - 111B2 

Making of Michael ; by Mrs. F. Reynolds. - - - - 88 Rl 

Malabar. Biddulph (J. ) The pirates of Malabar. 1907. ill. map. 94806 
Malachi. See Bible. 
Malachy, St. Bute (Marquess of) The prophecies of St. Malachi. 

In his Essays on foreign subjects. 1901. - - - E7B1 
Malakand. Churchill (W. L. S.) The story of the Malakand 

Field Force [1897]. 1899. maps, plans. - - - 94802 

Malay Archipelago. Wallace (A. R.) The Malay Archipelago. 95001 

Malay Peninsula. Wilkinson (R. J.) Malay beliefs. 1906. - 29904 

Malcolm [a novel]; by G. MacDonald. 10 M 6 

Malet (Lucas) The far horizon. 36 Ml 

- The gateless barrier. 36 M 3 

Mallik (Manmath C.) Impressions of a wanderer. 1907. - 90816 

Mallock (Wm. H.) A critical examination of socialism. 1908. 33508 

- A romance of the nineteenth century. - - - - - 38 Ml 
Malory (Sir Thomas) History of King Arthur ; ed. by E. Rhys. 39807 
Malthus, Thomas R. In Hazlitt ( W. ) The spirit of the age. 1894. E1H2 
Malvery a ( Olive C.) The soul market. 1906. port. ill. - - 33111 
Mammals. For list of related subjects, see Vertebrates. 

- Ingersoll (E.) The mammals. 1906. bibl. ill. - - - 59913 

- Rees (A. W.) Creatures of the night. 1905. ill. - - - 59908 

" Wild-life in western Britain." 

- Wood (J. G. ) Illustrated natural history, mammalia, ill. - 59907 

- See also Apes. Deer. Fox. Man, Natural history of. Touch. 
Mammon and Co. ; by E. F. Benson. - - - - - - 46 B 3 

Mammoth and the flood ; by Sir H. H. Howorth. 1887. - - 55004 

"An attempt to confront the theory of uniformity with the facts of 
recent geology." 

Man. For list of related subjects, see Ethics. 

- Bagehot (W.) Ignorance of man. In his Literary studies, v. 3. E5B3 

- [Boyd ( A. K. H. ) ] Man and his dwelling-place. In his Common- 

place philosopher. 1891. - E3B7 

- Craig (W. Y.) Man and Christian civilization. 1906. - - 30103 
Man, Natural history of. For lists of related subjects, see Biology. 

Fossils. Mammals. 

- Anthropology. In CasselPs New popular educator, v. 2. ill. 03203 

- Carus (P.) The rise of man, origin of human race. 1907. ill. 57520 

- Clodd (E.) The story of "primitive" man. 1895. bibl. ill. - 57102 

- Darwin (C.) The descent of man. 1901. ill. - - - 57528 

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Man, Natural History of. Dawson (Sir J. W.) Fossil men and 

their modern representatives. 1880. iU. - - - 57301 

- Drummond (H.) The ascent of man. 1904. - 57503 

- Elliot (G. F. S.) The romance of savage life. 1908. ill. - 57209 

- Keane( A. H.) Ethnology. 1896. ill. 57207 

- Lankester (Sir E. R. ) Nature's insurgent son. In his The king- 

dom of man. 1907. ill. 50420 

- Miiller (F. Max) On the classification of mankind by language 

or by blood. In his Works, *. 5. 1902. - - - E5M1 

- Peschel (0.) Races of man, geographical distribution. 1S76. - 57206 

- Quatrefages (A. de) The human species. 1879. - - - 57302 

- Rawlinson (G. ) The origin of nations, maps. - - - 90307 

- Stow (G. W.) The native races of South Africa. 1905. ill. - 57208 

- Thomas (N. W.) Natives of Australia. 1906. bibl. ill. map. 57203 

- Tyndall (J.) Science and man. In his Fragments, v. 2. 1902. 50409 

- Wood (J. G. ) The natural history of man. 1874-80. 2 v. HI. 57204-5 

Man [a novel] ; by B. Stoker. 169 S 2 

Man and wife, a novel ; by W. Wilkie Collins. - - - - 75 C 17 

Man at arms, or, St. Bartholomew's eve; by G. P. R. James. - 6J9 

Man at odds, a story ; by E. Rhys. 26 Rl 

Man from America, a sentimental comedy ; by Mrs. H. de la Pasture. 80D2 

Man in black ; by S. J. Weyman. 45 W 3 

Man of mark ; by Anthony Hope. 82 H 2 

Man of property ; by J. Galsworthy. 98 Gl 

Man of sentiment, a novel ; by T. Cobb. 66 CI 

Man of the moors ; by H. Sutcliffe. 145 S 3 

Man who rose again ; by J. Hocking. 65H4 

Man who won ; by Mrs. B. Reynolds. 23 Rl 

Manchester rebels of the fatal '45 ; by W. H. Ainsworth. - - 16 A 7 
Manchuria. Ross (J.) Mission methods in Manchuria. 1903. ill. 27801 

- See also Russo-Japanese war. 

M anders (Beatrice) The art of sweet making. 1905. - - 64203 

Mandeville, Bernard. In Robertson (J. M.) Pioneer humanists. 99824 

Mankind in the making ; by H. G. Wells. 1904. - - - 30104 

A sequel to " Anticipations," 30113. 

Mann (Mrs. Mary E. ) Fortune's cap. 40 M 3 

- A lost estate. 40 M 2 

- The parish of Hilby, a story. - - - - - - 40 Ml 

Mann (Robert J.) Familiar lectures on food and drink, ill. - 61313 
Manners. See Etiquette. 

Manners and customs. See Customs. 

Manon Lescaut, Histoire de ; par A. F. Prevost d'Exiles. - - 57 PI 

Mansfield Park [a novel] ; by J. Austen. 60A5 

Nansie Wauch, tailor in Dalkeith [a story] ; by [D. M. Moir]. - 23M1 

Manson (James A.) The bowler's handbook. 1906. ill. - - 79406 

Mantilla (Luis F.) Libro de lectura, no. 3. 1896. - - - 46803 

223 



MAN GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Mantle of Elijah ; by I. Zangwill. 2Z3 

Manual training. Woodward (C. M.) Manual training. 1890. ill. 37101 

- See also Woodwork. 

Manufactures. See Chemical technology. Industries. 

MS. in a red box ; by [J. A. Hamilton]. 132H1 

Manxman [a novel] ; by Hall Caine. 5C4 

Many cargoes [stories] ; by W. W. Jacobs. .... 4J1 

Many-coloured essays ; by C. J. Dunphie. 1906. - - - E3D1 

Many inventions [stories] ; by R. Kipling. - - - - 28 K 9 

Makzoni (Alessandro) The betrothed lovers. - - - - 45 Ml 

Map of life, conduct and character ; by W. E. H. Lecky. 1904. 17015 

Marathon. In Creasy (Sir E. S. ) Decisive battles. 1905. plan. 90404 

Marble city [a novel] ; by G. B. Burgin. 109 Bl 

Marcella [a novel] ; by Mrs. H. Ward. 14 W 3 

Marchmont (Arthur W.) By wit of woman. - - - - 47 Ml 

- A courier of fortune. 47 M 2 

Marcus and Faustina [a story] ; by F. Carrel. - - - 24 CI 

Mare au diable ; par George Sand ; with notes. 1904. - - 44844 

Mares (George C.) Advertising that tells. 1907. - - - 65901 

Margaret Grainger, schoolmistress, Memories of ; by A. S. Swan. 148 S 27 

Margaret Percival [a story] ; by E. M. Sewell. - - - 48 S 5 

Margerie (A. de) Saint Francis of Sales. 1900. - - - F071 

Margoliouth (D. S.) Lines of defence, Biblical revelation. 1903. 22218 

- ed. Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Song of Solomon ; with notes. 

(Temple Bible). 1902. 22405 

Margot la Balafree ; par F. du Boisgobey. 55D1 

Marguerite de Valois, an historical romance ; by A. Dumas. - 58 Dl 

Maria Theresa [a biography] ; by J. F. Bright. 1897. - - M181 

Marie Antoinette. i?i Sainte-Beuve(C. A.) Essays, v. 3. 1901. port. E11S3 

Marie Stuart, tragedie ; par P. A. Lebrun ; with notes. - - 44814 
Marine engineering. See Engineering, Marine. 

Marion Fay [a novel] ; by A. Trollope. 43 T4 

Marion Forsyth [a story] ; by A. S. Swan. - - - - 148S32 

Maritime law. For list of other subjects in law, see Law. 

- Duckworth (L.) An encyclopaedia of marine law. 1907. - 34701 
Marjorie Dudingstoune, a tale ; by W. F. Collier. - - - 72C1 
Mark, St. , Gospel of. See Bible. 

Mark Desborough's vow; by A. S. Swan. 148S43 

Mark Rutherford's deliverance ; by W. H. White. - - - 52 W 2 
A sequel to " The autobiography of Mark Rutherford," 52 Wl. 

Market-place [a novel] ; by H. Frederic. 55F2 

Markham (Sir Albert H.) Adm. Anson. In From Howard 

to Nelson. 1907. - 99609 

M arkh am (Sir Clements R.) Cuzco and Lima. 1856. ill. map. 98101 
Markham (Francis) Recollections of a town boy at West- 
minster [School], 1849-55. 1903. ill. - 37901 

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Marks (Edward C. R. ) Construction and working of pumps. 1907. 62206 

- The construction of cranes [etc.] 1904. ill. - 62302 
Marlborough, Sarah, Duchess of. Oliphant (Mrs. Iff. 0. W.) 

The Queen and the Duchess. In her Sketches, port. - 91423 
Marlowe (Christopher) [Dramatic works] ; ed. by H. Ellis, mem. 401 M 

- Faustus [a tragedy]. 701 G 

Marm Liza ; by K. D. Wiggin. 55 W 7 

Marmier (Xavier) Le protege de Marie-Antoinette ; notes. - 44840 

Marooned ; by W. Clark Russell. 75R13 

Marquis of Lossie ; by G. MacDonald. 10 M 5 

A sequel to " Malcolm," 10M6. 

Marquis of Putney [a novel] ; by R. Marsh. .... 54M4 
Marriage. For list of related subjects, see Ethics. 

- Henson (H. H.) Christian marriage. 1907. - 17311 

- Moberly (R. C.) Church membership and laws of marriage. 

In his Problems and principles. 1904. ... - 20402 

- Post (L. F.) Ethical principles of marriage and divorce.- - 17310 

- Talmage (T. De W.) Marriage and home life. 1893. - - 17308 

- In Thorold (A. W.) The yoke of Christ. 1897. - - - 17115 

Marriage [a novel] ; by S. E. Ferrier. 13 Fl 

Marriage of Elinor ; by Mrs. M. O. W. Oliphant. - - - 6 020 

Marriage of Moira Fergus ; by W. Black. 62 B 9 

Marriage of William Ashe ; by Mrs. H. Ward. - 14W10 

Marriott (Charles) Genevra. 50 Ml 

- The lapse of Vivien Eady. 50 M 2 

- Mrs. Alemere's elopement. 50M3 

Marriott (John A. R.) George Canning and his times. 1907. C251 
Marriott (Thomas) and Gregg (B. M. ) A constable's duty. 1904. 35210 

Marryat (Flore>X'E) Her lord and master, a tale. - - - 51M3 

- Mount Eden, a romance. 51 M 2 

- Veronique, a romance. 51 Ml 

Marryat (Frederick) Capt. Olla podrida. 1897. ill. 2 copies. 91010 

Diary on the Continent. [Etc.] 

- The children of the New Forest. 52 M 9 

- The dog fiend, or, Snarleyyow. 52 M5 

- Frank Mildmay, or, the naval officer. 52M10 

- Jacob Faithful. 52 M 2 

- Japhet in search of a father. N - 52 Mil 

- The King's Own. 52 M 4 

- The little savage. 52 Ml 

- Masterman Ready, or, the wreck of the "Pacific." - - 52M6 

- The mission, or, scenes in Africa. '52M23 

- Mr. Midshipman Easy. 52 M 8 

- Monsieur Violet. 52M12 

- Newton Forster, or, the merchant service. - - - - 52 M 15 

- The pacha of many tales. 52M16 

H 225 



MAR GLA SGO W P UBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Marryat (Frederick) Capt. Percival Keene. .... 52M3 

- Peter Simple. 52M18 

- The phantom ship. 52M17 

-The pirate. The three cutters. 52M19 

- The poacher. 52M20 

- Poor Jack. 52 M 7 

- The privateersman, adventures. - - - - - - 52 M 21 

- The settlers in Canada. 52M24 

- Valerie, an autobiography. 52M14 

- ed. Rattlin, the reefer ; by E. Howard. 52M22 

Marsden (R. W. ) The management of commoner infections. 1906. 61602 
Marsh (Geo. P.) Origin and history of English language. 1862. 42003 
Marsh (Richard) A duel. 54 Ml 

- The Marquis of Putney. 54M4 

- Metamorphosis. 54M2 

- A spoiler of men. 54M3 

Marshall (Alfred) Elements of economics of industry. 1898. 33011 
Marshall, Henry. Brown (J.) Dr. H. Marshall and military 

hygiene. In his Horse subsecivse, v. 1. 1897. - - E2B1 

Marshall, John. Magruder (A. B.) Marshall [a biography]. 1885. M101 
Marshall (Percival) ed. Model sailing yachts, ill. - - 62602 
Marston (Edward) After work [reminiscences]. 1904. port. M151 

- How does it feel to be old ? 1907. ill. 61205 

Martello Tower. See Norman (Francis M.) 

Marti (Kakl) The religion of the Old Testament. 1907. - - 29606 
Martial. In Boissier (G.) Tacitus, and other studies. 1906. - 87002 

Martian, a novel ; by G. Du Maurier. 59 Dl 

Martin (Alfred J.) Tables of weights and measures. 1904. - 38901 
Martin (Arthur) The small house, its architecture and sur- 
roundings. 1906. ill. plans. 72803 

Martin (Edou ard) joint-author. See Labiche (Eugene M.) 
Martin (Edward A.) The story of a piece of coal. 1898. ill. - 55301 
Martin (Frank A.) Under the absolute Amir. 1907. ill. - 94905 
Martin (Sir Theodore) Life of the Prince Consort. 5 v. ill. A041-5 
Martin (W. R.) Lectures on compass adjustment. 1906. ill. 52201 
Martin Chuzzlewit [a novel] ; by C. Dickens. 4 copies. - - 30D19 
Martineau (Harriet) Deerbrook, a novel. - - - 58 Ml 

Martineau, Harriet. In Morley (J. ) Critical miscellanies, v. 3. 1904. E3M3 
Martineau (James) Endeavours after the Christian life. 1907. port. 17120 

- The seat of authority in religion. 1898. 23001 

Martineau, James. In Knight (W. A.) Ketrospects, v. 1. 1904. 99903 

- Moore (A. L.) Martineau's " Study of religion." In his Science 

and the faith, essays. 1893. 23909 

Martyn, Henry. In Holcomb (H. H.) India missions. 1901. ill. 99815 
Martyrdom of Madeline; by R. W. Buchanan. - 103 B4 

Marty rland [a story] ; by R. Simpson. 164 SI 

226 



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Martyrs. For related subjects, see Christian biography. Church history. 

- Carslaw (\V. H. ) Six martyrs of the Scottish reformation. - 99827 

Patrick Hamilton. George Wishart. Walter Myln. Marquiss of Argyll. 
James Guthrie. Sir Archibald Johnston, Lord Warriston. 

- Foxe (J.) The book of martyrs. 27201 

- Herkless (J.) The early Christian martyrs. ... - 27205 
Marvell (Andrew) Poems; ed. by G. A. Aitken. bihl. mem. 1402M 

- Satires [poetical] ; ed. by G. A. Aitken. 1401 M 

Marvin (Frederic R.) The companionship of books [essays]. - E7M1 

Marvin (Winthrop L.) American merchant marine, 1620-1902. 65611 

Marx (Karl) Capital, a critique of political economy. 1907. 2v. 33127-8 

- The story of the life of Lord Palmerston. 1899. - - - P191 
Marx, Karl. Engels (F.) Marx's theory. In Modern socialism. 33504 
Mary, Queen of Scots. In Buxton (E. M. W.) Noble women. - 99826 

- Millar (A. H.) Mary, Queen of Scots, life story. 1905. port, ill. M023 

- Strickland (A.) Life of Mary, Queen of Scots. 2 v. port. - M 021-2 
Mary Anerley, a Yorkshire tale; by R. D. Blackmore. - - 63 B 9 
Mary Barton, and other tales ; by Mrs. E. C. Gaskell. - - 10 G 7 
Mary Hamilton [a romance] ; by Lord E. W. Hamilton. - - 125 H 2 
Mary Marston [a novel] ; by G. MacDonald. - - - - 10 M 30 
Mary of Burgundy, or, the revolt of Ghent; by G. P. R. James. 6J2 
' Mary Park.' Park (M. M.) Greater Britain and the far east. 1907. 90817 

" Sixty thousand miles on the s Mary Park.'" 

Maryland. Browne (W. H.) Maryland, history of a palatinate. 97311 

Marzio's crucifix ; by F. M. Crawford. 116 C 3 

Mason (Alfred E. W. ) The truants. 59 Ml 

- The watchers. 59 M 2 

Mason (Caroline A.) A woman of yesterday. - - - - 136 Ml 

Mason (Charlotte M.) School education. 1905. - - - 37204 

- Some studies in the formation of character. 1906. - - - 37705 
Mason (Daniel G.) Beethoven and his forerunners. 1904. mus. 78011 

- The romantic composers. 1906. ill. mtl& .... 99715 
Masonry. For list of related subjects, see Building. 

- Purchase (W. R.) Practical masonry. 1904. ill.- - - 69304 
Massee (George) Text-book of fungi. 1906. ill. - - - 58909 
Masses. See Music, Church. 

Massey, Gerald. Collins (J. C.) Poetry of Gerald Massey. In his 

Studies in poetry and criticism. ..... E4C2 

Massinger, Philip. In Stephen (Sir L.) Hours in a library, v. 2.- E4S2 

Masson (Gustave) ed. La lyre franoaise. 1903. - - - 84101 

Master-Christian; by Marie Corelli. 91 C10 

Master of Ballantrae, a winter's tale ; by R. L. Stevenson. - 120 S 5 

Master of craft ; by W. W. Jacobs. 4J8 

Master of Grey lands, a novel ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. - 10W31 

Master of Pinsmead [and other stories] ; by A. Gissing. - - 29G2 

227 



MAS GLA SGOW P UBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Master of the mine ; by R. W. Buchanan. 103 Bl 

Master Rockafellar's voyage ; by W. Clark Russell. - - - 75 R 37 

Master spirit ; by Sir W. Magnay. 146 Ml 

Masterman (John H. B. ) [Literature of] The age of Milton. 1897. 82107 

Master man Ready ; by Captain F. Marryat. - - - - 52 M 6 

Matcham (Mary E.) ed. A forgotten John Russell. 1905. - R051 

Matchmaker; by Mrs. L. B. Waif or d. 88 W 3 

Materia medica. For list of related subjects, see Medicine. 

- Bruce (J. M. ) Materia medica and therapeutics. 1905.- - 61504 
Mathematics. For list of other branches of science, see Science. 

- Hovenden (F.) Mathematics for young engineers. 1907. - 51003 

- Knight (W. T.) Mathematical wrinkles. .... 51001 

- Lodge (Sir 0. J.) Easy mathematics, chiefly arithmetic. 1906. 51005 

- Mair (D.) A school course of mathematics. 1907.- - - 51002 

- See also Algebra. Arithmetic. Calculus. Geometry. Logarithms. 

Trigonometry. 

Mathers (Helen) The face in the mirror. 64M1 

- Griff of Griffithscourt. 64 M 2 

Matheson (George) Studies of the portrait of Christ. 2 v. - 23236-7 
Matheson, George. Macmillan(D.)Lifeof G. Matheson. 1907. port. M 281 

Mathews (Shailer) The church and the changing order. 1907. 26102 

- joint-author. See Burton (Ernest D. ) 

Mathews (William) Nugae litterarise, brief essays. 1896. - E6M1 

Mathot (R. E.) Gas-engines and producer-gas plants. 1905. ill. 62210 
Matter. For lists of related subjects, see Biology. Physics. 

- Jones (H. C. ) The electrical nature of matter. 1906. - - 53901 

- Tait (P. G.) Properties of matter. 1907. ill. - - - 53010 

- Tyndall (J.) Matter and force. In his Fragments, v. 2. 1902. 50409 

- Wagstaff (C. J. L. ) Properties of matter. 1906. ill. - - 53004 
Matthew, St., Gospel of. See Bible. 

Matthew (James E.) A handbook of musical history. 1898. ill. 78017 

Matthews (J. M.) Textile fibres, their properties. 1904. ill.- 67702 

Maud (Constance E.) Felicity in France [social studies]. 1906. 93108 

Maugham (William S.) Mrs. Craddock [a novel]. - - - 68 Ml 

Maughan (William C.) Annals of Garelochside. 1897. ill. - 92505 

Maurice (C. E.) Bohemia [a history]. 1896. ill. maps. - - 92901 

Maurice (Fred. D.) Friendship of books, and other lectures. - E4M1 

Words. Books. Use and abuse of newspapers. Christian 
civilization. Ancient history. English history. Spenser's "Faerie 
queene." Milton. Burke. Critics. [Etc.] 

Maurice, Fred. D. 7wDods(M.) Erasmus, and other essays. 1891. E4D1 

- Strachey (Sir E.) Tennyson and Maurice. In his Talk. 1895. 82815 
Maurice (Sir John F.) War. Essay on military literature. 1891. 35512 

Maurice, a romance ; by J. Keating. 7K1 

Maury, Matthew F. Corbin (D. F. M.) A life of Maury. 1888. M071 
Maxims. For list of related subjects, see Ethics. 

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Maxims. La Rochefoucauld (Due de) Maximes. - - - 84802 

- Montesquieu (Baron de) Pensees diverses. .... 84802 

- Penn (W.) Some fruits of solitude. 1901. .... 17007 

Maxwell (EL) The secretary of state. 140 Ml 

Maxwell (Sir Herbert E.) Robert the Bruce and Scottish 

independence. 1903. ill. maps. B033 

- Salmon and sea trout. 1898. ill. - 79904 

- Scottish land-names. 1894. 91837 

- The chevalier of the splendid crest. 70 Ml 

Maxwell (James Clerk) Theory of heat. 1904. ill. - - 53607 

Maxwell (William B.) The guarded flame. - - - - 71 Ml 
Maycock ( W. P. ) Electric lighting and power distribution, v. 2. 62436 

Mayor of Casterbridge ; by T. Hardy. 21 H 4 

Mazzini, Joseph. In MacCunn (J.) Six radical thinkers. 1907. 32014 

Meade (L. T.) A golden shadow. 76 Mil 

- The lady cake-maker. 76 M 9 

Meakin (Budgett) Model factories and villages. 1905. ill. • 33103 
Measures. See Weights and measures. 

Meat. Wagner (E. ) Preserving fruit and meat. 1908. ill. - 66412 
Mecca. Burton (Sir R. F.) Pilgrimage to Meccah [1855]. 2 v. 94402-3 
Mechanics. For lists of related subjects, see Engineering. Physics. 

- Applied mechanics. In Cassell's Educator, v. 5-8. 1903. ill. 03206-9 

- Cotterill (J. H.) Applied mechanics. 1900. - 62014 

- In Deschanel (A. P.) Natural philosophy, v. 1. 1902. ill. - 53002 

- Jamieson (A.) Applied mechanics. 1905-6. 2 v. ill. - -62016-7 

- Knight (E. H.) Practical dictionary of mechanics. 3 v. ill. 62021-3 

- Loney (S. L. ) Mechanics for beginners. 1907. ill. - - 53103 

- Mackenzie (A. H.) Mechanics and physics. 1907. ill.- - 53011 

- Practical mechanics, In Cassell's Technical educator, v. 1-3. ill. 60306-8 

- Pullen (W. W. P.) Mechanics, theoretical, applied, and 

experimental. 1905. ill. ... . 53105 

- Rankine (W. J. M.) A manual of applied mechanics. 1904. ill. 62006 

- Todhunter (I.) Mechanics for beginners. 1890. ill. - - 53104 

- See also Force. Graphics. Machinery. Perpetual motion. Statics. 
Medals. See Coins and medals. 

Medici, and the Italian renaissance ; by W. H. 0. Smeaton. 1901. 85001 
Medicine. For list of other useful arts, see Arts, Useful. 

- Aitchison (R. S.) A medical handbook. 1904. ill. - - 61601 

- Every woman her own doctor. 1903. 61005 

- Gairdner (Sir W. T. ) The physician as naturalist [and other] 

addresses and memoirs. 1899. 61002 

Has the art of medicine advanced during the last hundred years'? 
Facts and conclusions as to the use of alcoholic stimulants in typhus 
fever. Course of typhus fever and phenomena of the crisis. On the limits 
of alcoholic stimulation in acute disease. Mind and body. Sanitary science 
and preventive medicine. The progress of pathological science. Homoeo- 
pathy. Dr. Alison. [Etc.] 

229 



MED GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Medicine. In Huxley (T. H.) Science and education, essays. 1905. 50423 

Medical education. The state and the medical profession. The con- 
nection of the biological sciences with medicine. 

- Macfie (R. C.) The romance of medicine. 1907. ill. - - 61003 

- Medicine for the million. 1906. 61610 

- See also Alcohol. Anatomy. Disease. Fermentation. First aid. 

Health. Materia medica. Nursing. Physiology. Therapeutics. 
Veterinary medicine. 

Medina. Burton (Sir R.F.) Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah [1855]. 2 v. 94402-3 
Meditations. For list of related subjects, see Religion. 

- Behm en (J.) Thoughts on the spiritual life. 1896. - - 24204 

- Fenelon (F. de S. de la M.) Letters and reflections. - - 24208 

- Horton (R. F.) For dawn or twilight, an anthology. 1907. - 24207 

- Kempis (T. a) The imitation of Christ. 24202 

- Light at eventide, large-print readings. 24205 

- Pascal (B.) Thoughts. 23901 

Selected thoughts. 23913 

- Rutherford (S.) Daily thoughts from [his] letters. - - - 24206 

- Stark (J.) Comradeship in sorrow, thoughts. 1907. - - 24209 

- See also Reflection. 

Mee (Josiah) Thomas Champness as I knew him. - - - C121 

Meg the lady, a romance; by T. Gallon. 6G1 

Meiklejohn (John M. D.) The English language. 1907. - 42006 

Meissner (A. L.) German prose composition. 1899. - - 43808 

Melbourne, W. Lamb, Viscount, Memoirs of ; by W. M. Torrens. M251 

Melbourne. Boldrewood (Rolf) Old Melbourne memories. 1899. 98801 

Meldrum (David S.) The conquest of Charlotte, a romance. - 138M1 

- Grey mantle and gold fringe. 138 M 2 

Melincourt [a story] ; by T. L. Peacock. 20 P 2 

Melville, Andrew, Life of ; by T. McCrie. 1899. - - - M241 
Melville (George J. Whyte) Contraband, or, a losing hazard. 79 Ml 

- Good for nothing. 79 M 3 

- Kate Coventry. 79M2 

Melville (Herman) Moby Dick, or, the whale. » - - - 80 Ml 

- White- jacket, or, the world in a man-of-war. - - - - 80 M 2 
Melzi (B.) New Italian and English dictionary. 1905. - - 45301 

Memoirs of a physician ; by A. Dumas. 58 D 3 

Memoirs of an American citizen [a story] ; by R. Herrick. - 128H1 

Memoirs of Barry Lyndon ; by W. M. Thackeray. 2 copies. - 12 T 9 

Memoirs of Constantine Dix ; by B. Pain. 3P3 

Memoirs of Mr. Yellowplush ; by W. M. Thackeray. 2 copies. - 82811 

Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes ; by Sir A. Conan Doyle. - - 51 D 17 

Sherlock Holmes series, No. 5. 
Memories and portraits ; by R. L. Stevenson. 1906. - - E1S4 

Memories and thoughts, men, books, cities, art ; by F. Harrison. E4H2 
Memories of Margaret Grainger, schoolmistress ; by A. S. Swan. 148 S 27 

230 



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Memory. For list of related subjects, see Psychology. 

- Davies (B. J.) How to study and remember. .... 15403 

- Hall (C. A.) The art of remembering. 1906. - 15402 

- Sidey (A. C.) Mnemonics in a nutshell. 1905. - - - 15401 

Men of the moss-hags ; by S. R. Crockett. 120 C 19 

Menander. In Collins (J. C.) Essays and studies. 1895.- - E4C1 
Mendelssohn- Bar tholdy, Felix. In Mason (D. G. ) The romantic 

composers. 1906. port. mus. 99715 

Menotah, a tale of the Riel rebellion ; by E. G. Henham. - - 133 HI 
Men's wives ; by W. M. Thackeray. 2 copies. - - - 12 T 9 

Mensuration. In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 7. 1903. - 03208 
Mercantile marine. For list of related subjects, see Transportation. 

- Gardner (F. W.) The sea, a guide to employment. 1907. - 65614 

- Marvin (W. L.) American merchant marine, 1620-1902. 1902. 65611 

Mercy, a novel ; by W. D. Ho wells. 97 H 4 

Meredith (George) Poems. 1895. 1301 M 

- Poems and lyrics of the joy of earth. 1895. - 1302 M 

- The adventures of Harry Richmond. 82 M 7 

- The amazing marriage. - - 82M15 

- Beauchamp's career. 82 M 6 

- Diana of the Crossways, a novel. - - - - - 82 M 3 

- The egoist, a comedy in narrative. - - - - - 82 M 4 

- Evan Harrington, a novel. 82 M 5 

- Lord Ormont and his Aminta, a novel. 82 M 8 

- One of our conquerors. 82 M 9 

- The ordeal of Richard Feverel. - 82 M 10 

- Rhoda Fleming, a story. 82 Ml 

- Sandra Belloni. 82M2 

- Vittoria [a sequel to " Sandra Belloni "]. - - - - 82 M 14 

- The shaving of Shagpat, an Arabian entertainment. - - 82M11 

- The tale of Chloe, and other stories. 82M12 

House on the beach. Farina. Case of General Ople and Lady Camper. 

- The tragic comedians. 82M13 

Meredith, George. Bailey (E. J. ) The novels of Meredith. 1908. 82608 

- In Oliphant (J. ) Victorian novelists. 1899. - 82603 
Meredith, Susanna, a record of a vigorous life ; by M. A. Lloyd. M051 
Merimee (Prosper) Colomba [In French] ; with notes. 1905. - 44841 
Merivale (Charles) History of Rome, B.C. 753-a.d. 476. 1894. 93613 
Merrick (Leonard) This stage of fools [stories]. - - - 84M1 
Merriman (Henry Seton) Barlasch of the Guard. - - - 85M3 

- From one generation to another. 85 M 6 

- The grey lady. 85M4 

- In Kedar's tents. 85M8 

- The isle of unrest. 85M11 

- The last hope. - 85M12 

- Roden's corner. 85 M 2 

231 



MER GLA SGOW P UBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Merriman (Henry Seton) The slave of the lamp. - - - 85 M 5 

- The sowers. - 85M1 

- The velvet glove. - - - - - - - - - 85M10 

- The vultures. - 85M9 

- With edged tools. 85M7 

Merry men, and other tales and fables ; by R. L. Stevenson. - 120 S 11 

Mersey. In Industrial rivers of United Kingdom. 1888. ill. - 38002 

Merz (John T.) Leibniz [his life and philosophy]. 1901.- - 19303 

Mesa ventures de Jean-Paul Choppart ; par L. Desnoyers. - - 29 Dl 
Mesmerism. See Hypnotism. 

Messenger [a novel] ; by F. F. Moore. - - - - -106M13 

Messerschmidt (L. ) The Hittites. 1903. ill.- - - - 94417 
Metal work. For lists of related subjects, see Industries. Sculpture. 

- Day (G.) Metal work. 1906. ill. 73901 

- Drawing for metal plate workers. In CasselPs Educator, v. 5. 60310 

- Millis (C. T.) Metal-plate work. 1906. ill.- - - - 67105 

- In Sanford (F. G.) Art crafts for beginners. 1906. ill. - 70001 

- See also Dies. Plate. 

Metallurgy. For list of other useful arts, see Arts, Useful. 

- Demond (C. D.) Metallurgy. With Thorp (F. H.) Industrial 

chemistry. 1905. MM. ill. 66006 

- Stansbie (J. H.) Metallurgical chemistry. 1906. ill. - - 66906 

- See also Blast furnace. Brass. Electric furnace. Electrometallurgy. 

Iron. Steel. 

Metamorphosis ; by R. Marsh. 54M2 

Metaphysics. See Philosophy. 

Metaurus. In Creasy (Sir E. S.) Decisive battles. 1905.- - 90404 

Metcalf, John. In Smiles (S. ) Engineers, v. 3. 1897. port. ill. 99706 

Metcalfe (C. C.) Electric wiring for lighting installations. 1905. 62418 
Metcalfe (Richard) The rise and progress of hydropathy 

in England and Scotland. 1906. ill. .... 61501 
Meteorology. See Weather. 
Methodism. For list of other sects, see Sects. 

- M. (V. D.) Reminiscences of rural Christianity. 1907.- - 28701 

- Southey(R.) The life of Wesley. 1901.- - ■- - - W091 

"The rise and progress of Methodism." 

- Wesley (J.) Journal [1735-90]; abridged. 1905. - - - W092 
Methuen (A. M. S.) Peace or war in South Africa. 1901. - 96404 
Metre. For list of related subjects, see Language, English. 

- Omond (T. S.) A study of metre. 1907. - - - 42602 
Metric system. See Decimal system. 

Mettle of the pasture ; by J. L. Allen. 27 A 1 

Metzler and Co. 's Tutor for the violin, mus. - - - - 78705 

Mexico. Noll (A. H.) A short history of Mexico. 1905. - - 97602 

- Prescott (W. H.) Conquest of Mexico [648-1547]. 1903. - 97601 
Meyer (Ernst von) A history of chemistry. 1898. - - - 54008 

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Meyer (Frederick B.) Friendly counsels. 1901. - - - 17119 

- "I promise," the Christian Endeavour pledge. - - - 24801 

- The soul's ascent, addresses. 1901. port. .... 25205 

- Work-a-day sermons. 1897. port. 17112 

Meyer (Mrs. Frederick B.) The author of "The peep of day," 

life of Mrs. Mortimer, ill. M061 

Miall (Loins C.) House, garden, and field, nature studies, ill. 50411 

- Round the year, nature studies. 1902. ill. - 50417 
Micah. See Bible. 

Micah Clarke, his statement ; by Sir A. Conan Doyle. - - 51 D 11 

Michel Perrin, comedie ; par A. H. J. et C. Duveyrier ; notes. - 44810 
Michelangelo. Alison (Sir A.) Homer, Dante, and Michael 

Angelo. In his Essays, v. 2. 1850. .... E3A2 

- Symonds(J. A.) Life of Michelangelo. 1893. 2 v. bihl . port . ill . M141-2 
Michelet (Jules) La mer ; with notes. 1907. mem. - - 44868 

- La montagne. 55109 

- L'oiseau. 1905. 59804 

Michelet, J. Alison (Sir A.) Michelet's France. In his Essay s. E3A3 

Michigan. Cooley (T. Mel.) Michigan, a history. 1905. map. 97302 
Microbes. See Bacteria. 

Microscopy. For lists of related subjects, see Biology. Zoology. 

- Archinard (P. E.) Microscopy and bacteriology. 1905. ill. • 61606 

- Carpenter ( W. B.) and Dallmger (W. H.) The microscope. 1891. 57802 

- Gosse (P. H.) Evenings at the microscope. 1881:. ill. - - 57803 

" Researches among the minuter organs and forms of animal life." 

- Kerr (R.) Hidden beauties of nature, ill. .... 59301 

Mid the thick arrows ; by M. Pemberton. 28 P 2 

Middle age. Bell (Lady) On some difficulties incidental to 

middle age. In her Minor moralist. 1903. - - - 17008 
Middle ages. For list of related subjects, see History. 

- Church (R. W.) Beginning of the middle ages. 1903. maps. 91016 
Middlemarch, study of provincial life ; by George Eliot. 2 cop. 21 E 4 

Middlemass (Jean) The queen wasp. 88 Ml 

Middleton (G. A. T.) Building materials. 1905. ill. - - 69102 

- The drainage of town and country houses. 1903. ill. - - 62802 
Midnight scenes and social photographs [Glasgow] ; by A. Brown. 

1858. 92318 

Midsummer madness ; by Mrs. L. Cameron. - - - - 10C2 

Mie prigioni ; di S. Pellico ; with notes. 45801 

Mifflin (Lloyd) Castalian days [poems]. 1903. port. - - 901 M 

Mighty atom ; by Marie Corelli. 91 C 2 

Mijatovich (Chedomil) Constantine, or, the conquest of Con- 
stantinople, a.d. 1453. 1892. ill. plan. - - - 93902 
Milan, King of Servia. Gerard (F.) A king's romance. 1903. port. M191 
Mildred Arkell, a novel ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. - - 10W13 
Miles (Alfred H.) and others. New standard elocutionist. - 80804 

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Miles (Alfred H.) ed. The new anecdote book. - - - 82826 

- Poets and the poetry of the nineteenth century, humour. - 82415 
Miles (Eustace H.) Cassell's Physical educator. 1904. ill. - 61325 
Miles Wallingford [a story] ; by J. F. Cooper. - - - - 88 C 6 

"A sequel to 'Afloat and ashore/" 88C11. 

Military and naval art and science. See Army. Navy. War. 

Milk. Van Slyke(L.K) Testing milk, and milk products. 1907. ill. 63703 

- See also Casein. 

Mill (Hugh R.) The realm of nature, physiography. 1897. ill.- 55113 

- ed. The international geography. 1906. ill. maps. - - 90601 
Mill (John Stuart) On liberty. 1903. 32301 

- Principles of political economy. 1904. 33004 

- A system of logic. 1865. 2 v. 16001-2 

- Utilitarianism. 17131 

Mill, John Stuart. In MacCunn (J.) Six radical thinkers. 1907. 32014 

- Morley (J. ) Death of Mr. Mill ; Mr. Mill's Autobiography. 

In his Critical miscellanies, v. 3. 1904. - - - - E3M3 

Mill on the Floss [a novel] ; by George Eliot. 2 copies. - - 21E8 
Mill work. See Grinding. Hoisting machinery. Saw-mills. 

Millais, Sir John E. In Bayliss (Sir W.) Five great painters. - 99714 

Millar (A. H.) Mary, Queen of Scots, her life story. 1905. ill. M023 

Millar (J. H.) [Literature of] The mid-eighteenth century. - 80911 

Millar (William) Plastering, plain and decorative. 1905. ill. 69303 
Millennium. For related subjects, see Future state. 

- Russell (C. T.) Millennial dawn. 1906. ... - 23601 
Miller (Edward) John Knox, hero of Scottish reformation. - K012 
Miller (Hugh) Cruise of the Betsey. Rambles of a geologist. - 55401 

- Essays, historical, biographical, political [etc.] 1890. - - E2M1 

- My schools and schoolmasters. 1907. port. ill. - - - M291 

- The old red sandstone. 1899. ill. - - - - - 55107 

- The testimony of the rocks. 1890. ill. - - - - - 55002 
Miller (James R. ) Finding the way [Christian life]. 1904. - 17116 

- The story of Joseph. 1901. 22206 

Miller (W.H.) On the bank's threshold, outline of banking. 1890. 33207 
Millet, Jean F. ; by J. W. Mollett. In his Painters of Barbizon, 

v. 1. 1890. bibl. port. ill. - - - - - - 99716 

Millicent Kendrick [a story] ; by E. J. Worboise. - - - 83 W 14 
Millin (George F.) Pictorial gardening. 1906. ill. - - 71003 
Millinery. Reeve (A. J.) Practical home millinery. 1906. ill. 64603 
Millis (C. T.) Metal-plate work. 1906. ill. - - - - 67105 

Mills (Edmund J. ) and Rowan (F. J. ) Fuel and its applications. 

In Chemical technology, v. 1. 1889. ill. - . - - 662( 
Mills (J. S.) Landmarks of British fiscal history. 1907. - - 3370; 
Milman (Henry H. ) History of Latin Christianity. 1867. 9 v. 28201-9 
Milne (Joseph G. ) History of Egypt under Roman rule. 1898. ill. 95711 
Milne (Thomas) joint-author. See Woodhouse (Thomas). 

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Milner, Alfred, Viscount. Worsfold (W. B.) Lord Milner's work 

in South Africa, 1897-1902. 1906. port. map. - - 96306 

Milroy (M. E. W.) Home lace-making. 1906. ill. - - 67729 

Milton (John) Poetical works ; ed. by D. Masson. 1905. - 301 M 

- Selections. In Imagination and fancy. 1891. - - - 82234 
Milton, John. In Bagehot (W.) Literary studies, v. 2. 1902. - E5B2 

- In Birrell (A.) Collected essays, v. 1. 1902. .... E1B1 

- Collins (J. C. ) Miltonic myths and their authors. In Studies. E4C2 

- In Hazlitt ( W. ) Lectures on the English poets. 1884. - - 82004 

- In Macaulay (Lord) Works. 82827 

- Masterman(J. H. B.) [Literature of] The age of Milton. 1897. 82107 

- Maurice (F. D.) Milton ; Milton considered as a schoolmaster. 

In his Friendship of books, and other essays. 1904. - E4M1 

- Pattison (M.) Milton [a biography]. 1906. - - - - M331 

- Wood (G. A.) The Miltonic ideal. In Historical essays. 1907. 90406 

Miltoun (Francis) Dumas' Paris, ill. 93309 

Minchmoor. In Brown (J.) Horse subsecivse, v. 3. - - - _E2B3 
Mind. See Psychology. 

Mind and body. For related subjects, see Philosophy. Therapeutics. 

- Clouston (T. S.) The hygiene of mind. 1906. ill- - - 13101 

- Ebbard (R. J.) How to acquire and strengthen will-power. - 61502 

11 A specific remedy for neurasthenia and nervous diseases." 

- In Gairdner (Sir W. T.) The physician as naturalist. 18S9. - 61002 

- Story (A. T.) How to control and strengthen the mind. 1907. 13102 

- See also Astrology. Brain. Clairvoyance. Dreams. Expression. 

Heredity. Hypnotism. Illusions. Phrenology. Psychical research. 
Second sight. Sleep. Spiritualism. Theosophy. Thought- 
reading. Witchcraft. 

Minder; by J. Ackworth. 67 A 2 

Mineralogy. For lists of related subjects, see Chemistry. Geology. 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 7-8. 1903. ill. - - 03208-9 

- Ernie (H.) and Brown (A. P.) Mineralogy simplified. 1901. ill. 54902 
Mining. For lists of related subjects, see Engineering. Geology. 

- Lupton (A.) A practical treatise on mine surveying. 1902. - 62506 

and others. Electricity as applied to mining. 1906. ill. - 62502 

-See also Blasting. Coal. Ore. 

Ministers. For list of related subjects, see Christian biography. 

- Gilfillan (G.) Remoter stars in the church sky. 1867. - - 99828 

- Eae (J. J.) ed. Ministers of Glasgow and their churches, ill. 92308 

Minister's charge ; by W. D. Ho wells. 97 H 2 

Minister's wooing ; by Mrs. H. B. Stowe. 129 S3 

Minna von Barnhelm ; von G. E. Lessing ; with notes. 1898. - 43818 

Minor moralist, essays on conduct ; by Lady Bell. - - - 17008 
Minstrelsy. See Ballads. 

Minto, Earl of. In Morris (H.) Governors-general, v. 1. port. 99823 
Minvale, the story of a strike ; by Orme Agnus. - - - 71 A 1 

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Miracles. For lists of related subjects, see Bible. Jesus Christ. 

- Cooper (T.) Verity and value of the miracles of Christ. 1876. 22717 

- Buskin (J. ) The nature and authority of miracle. In his On 

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Mirk Abbey ; by J. Payn. 

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- Armstrong (T.) My life in Connaught. 1907. ill. 

11 With sketches of mission work in the west." 

- Brown (A. J.) The foreign missionary. 1907. 

- Casalis (E.) My life in Basuto Land. 1889. .... 

- Ditchfield (J. E. W.) Fishers of men [home mission work]. - 

- Gibson (J. C.) Problems and methods in south China. 1901. 

- Goldie(H.) Calabar and its mission. 1890. ill. map. - 

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- Ross ( J. ) Mission methods in Manchuria. 1903. ill. - 

- Smith (S.) The conversion of India. In his Selections. - 

- Young (E. R. ) Indian wigwams and northern camp-fires. 1894. 

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Mr. Quixley of the Gate House ; by P. J. Brebner. - 

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Misther O'Ryan ; by E. McNulty. 

Mrs. Alemere's elopement ; by C. Marriott. .... 

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Mrs. Carmichael's goddesses ; by Sarah Tytler. - 
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Mrs. Craddock [a novel] ; by W. S. Maugham. .... 
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Mrs. Falchion [a novel] ; by Sir G. Parker. .... 

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Mrs. Halliburton's troubles ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. 
Mrs. Keith Hamilton, M.B. ; by A. S. Swan. .... 

"More experiences of ' Elizabeth Glen, M.B.,' " 148S52. 
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Mitchell (D. G.) Life of Robert Rainy. [1907]. ill. 
Mitchell (Edmund) In desert keeping. - 
Mitchell (Fred. S.) Practical gilding [etc.] 1905. ill. - 

- Practical stencil work. 1906. ill. 

Mitchell (James) Annals of the United Presbyterian congre- 
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Mitchell (James O. ) Burns and his times. 1897. - 
Mitchell (Silas Weir) Far in the forest, a story. - 
Mitchell (W.) Structure and growth of the mind. 1907. 
Mitchell (Wm. F. ) Reminiscences of the [Indian] mutiny, 1857-9 
Mitford (Bertram) Harley Greenoak's charge. 

- A romance of the Cape frontier. ------ 

Mitford (Mary R. ) Our village [sketches of rural life]. - 
Mitton (G. E.) A bachelor girl in Burma. 1907. ill. map. - 

- Normandy [a description]. 1905. col. ill. - 

Mnemonics. See Memory. 

Moberly (Robert C. ) Problems and principles, theological and 
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Modern Telemachus [a story] ; by C. M. Yonge. - - - 2Y18 

Modern Utopia ; by H. G. Wells. 1905. ill. - 30114 
A sequel to " Mankind in the making," 30104. 

Moffat (Mary M.) Queen Louisa of Prussia [a biography]. 1906. L081 
Moffat, Robert. TwMcGown (G. W. T. ) Scottish heroes of the faith. 99819 
Mohammedanism. For list of other religions, see Religions. 

- Carlyle (T. ) Mahomet, Islam. In his Heroes, hero-worship. E1C11 

- Irving (WJ Life of Mahomet. Lives of the successors of 

Mahomet. 1901. 29701 

- Muir (Sir W.) Life of Mahomet [abridged]. 1894. ill. - 29702 

- Small (A. H.) Islam. 1905. 29703 

- See also Sufism. 

Mohl, Julius. ZnMiiller (F. Max) Works, v. 6. 1904. - - E5M2 

Moinaux (Jules) Les deux sourds [comedie] ; with notes. - 44824 

[Mom (David M.)] The life of Mansie Wauch, tailor in Dalkeith. 23M1 

Moir (Frank L. ) Natural voice production. 1899. fo. mas.- 78419 
Moir of Stoneywood. Brown (J.) A Jacobite family. In his 

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Moliere (Jean B. P.) (Euvres ; avec notes. 2 v. mem. port. 801-2 M 

- Plays; [trans.] by English dramatists, mem. - - - 803 M 

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Fielding. The non-juror ; by C. Cibber. 

Moliere, Jean B. P. In Prescott (W. H.) Miscellanies. - - E2P1 

Mollett (John W.) The painters of Barbizon. 1890. 2 v. ill. 99716-7 

Molloy (Joseph F.) The life of Peg Woffington. 1897. - - W181 

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- Cooke (A. H.) Molluscs. 1895. ill. 59402 

- Kew (H. W.) The dispersal of shells. 1893. ill. - - - 59404 

- Williams (J. W.) and others. Land and fresh-water shells. - 59401 

- See also Brachiopods. 

Molly bawn [a novel] ; by Mrs. M. W. Hungerford. - - - 104H8 
Moltke(Helmuth, Count von) As a correspondent [letters]. 1893. M121 

Mon frere Yves ; par Pierre Loti. - - - - - - 53 LI 

Mona, a Manx idyll ; by Esme Stuart. 136 S 2 

Monasteries. Froude (J. A.) Dissolution of the monasteries. 

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Monasticism. Harnack (A.) Monasticism, its ideals and history. 27102 

- See also Benedictines. Jesuits. Nuns. 
Money (Leo G. C.) Riches and poverty. 1906. - - 33010 

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- Carlile (W. W.) The evolution of modern money. 1901. - 33210 

- Clews (H. ) and others. Problems in banking and currency. - 33208 

- Easton (H. T.) Money, exchange, and banking. - - - 33203 

- Temple (Sir R. C.) Anthropology, the evolution of currency and 

coinage. In Lectures on the method of science. 1906. - 50421 

- In Thorold (A. W.) The yoke of Christ, 1S97. - - - 17115 

- See also Coins and medals. Exchange. Interest. Investments. Stock 

exchange. 

Monks of Thelema, a novel ; by Sir W. Besant and J. Rice. - 48 B 9 

Monroe, James. Gilman (D. C. ) Monroe [a biography]. 1898. bibl. Mill 

Monroe (Paul) Course in the history of education. 1907. ill. 37010 

Monsieur Violet [a story]; by Captain F. Marryat. - - - 52 M 12 

Montagu, Lady Mary W. In Bagehot (W.) Literary studies, v. 2. E5B2 

- Paston (George) Lady Mary Montagu and her times. 1907. ill. M271 
Montague (C. E.) joint-author. See Ward (Mrs. Humphry). 
Montague (E. R.) Tales from the Talmud. 1906. - - - 29605 
Montaigne (Michel E. de) Essays ; selected and ed. by P. Chubb. El M 1 
Montaigne, Michel E. de. Bond (R. W.) Montaigne, a study. 1906. 84401 

- Stephen (Sir J. F.) Montaigne's Essays. In his Horae Sabba- 

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Montanaro (A. F. ) joint-author. See Armitage (C. H.) 
Monterey. Stevenson (R. L.) The old Pacific capital. In his 

Across the plains, with other essays. 1905. - - - E1S2 
Montesole {Max) joint-author. See Roberts (Morley). 

Montesquieu (C. de Secondat, baron de) Pensees diverses. - 84802 

Montesquieu, C. de Secondat, baron de. In Alison (Sir A.) Essays. E3A2 

Montezuma's daughter ; by H. Rider Haggard. - - - 3H14 

Montgomery (Florence) Thrown together, a story. - - 141 Ml 

Montgomery (K. L.) The ark of the curse. .... 103M1 

Montresor (F. F.) The celestial surgeon. 105 Ml 

Monuments. Bute (Marquess of) Some Christian monuments of 

Athens. In his Essays on foreign subjects. 1901. - - E7B1 

Moody (Dwight L.) Bible characters. 22109 

Moon. For list of related subjects, see Astronomy. 

- Fauth (P.) The moon in modern astronomy. [1907]. ill. - 52308 

- Nasmyth (J.) and Carpenter (J.) The moon. 1903. ill. - 52314 

- Neison (E. ) The moon and the condition and configurations 

of its surface. 1876. ill. 52312 

Moondyne, a story from the under-world ; by J. B. O'Reilly. - 26 01 

Moonfleet [a story] ; by J. M. Falkner. 1F1 

Moons and winds of Araby ; by Roma White. - - - - 96 Wl 

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Moore, George. Bosanquet (B. ) Two modern philanthropists. 

In his Essays aud addresses. 1899. - - - - E10B1 

Moore (John M.) Three aspects of Tennyson. 1901. - - 82403 

Moore (N. H.) The old furniture book. ill. .... 74901 

Moore (Thomas) Engineers' and general smiths' work. 1906. ill. 68201 

Moore (Thomas) Life, letters, and journals of Lord Byron, ill. B071 

- Poetical works. mtm. 'port. ------- 101M 

Moore, Thomas. In Garnett (R.) Essays of an ex-librarian. 1901. E3G1 

- Macaulay (Lord) Moore's Life of Byron. In his Works. - 82827 

- In Saintsbury (G. E. B.) Essays in English literature, v. 1. 1896. 82103 
Moral philosophy. See Ethics. 

More (Sir Thomas) Utopia. ?ne?n. 32002 

More, Sir Thomas. Adams (W. H. D.) More's "Utopia." In 

his Famous books. 02810 

More bywords [stories] ; by C. M. Yonge. - - - - - 2Y7 

More tramps abroad ; by Mark Twain. - - - - - 52 T 12 
Morel (E. D.) Red rubber, rubber slave trade on the Congo. 1907. 95904 

Morgan (George Campbell) Practice of prayer. 1906. - - 26403 

- True estimate of life and how to live. 1903. .... 17110 
Morgan (Thomas H.) Experimental zoology. 1907. ill. - - 59123 
Morgan Hailsham, or, a curious month ; by F. C. Constable. - 83 CI 
Morgann (Maurice) Dramatic character of Sir John Falstaff, 

1777. In Eighteenth century essays on Shakespeare. 1905. 82505 
Morison, James C. Moore (A. L.) Morison's '.'Service of man." 

In his Science and the faith, essays. 1893. - - - 23909 

Morison (Margaret C.) A lonely summer in Kashmir. 1904. ill. 94803 
Morison (R. C. H.) ed. Chambers's Effective reciter. 1905. - 80811 

- Chambers's Elocution. 1906. - 80803 

Morland, Geo. In Cunningham (A. ) and Heaton (Mrs. C. ) Painters. 99710 

- Wilson (D. H. ) George Morlancl [a biography]. 1907. oibl. port. M201 
Morley (Henry) A first sketch of English literature. 1904. - 82005 
Morley ( Viscous t) Critical miscellanies. 1904-5. 3 v. - -E3M1-3 

1. Robespierre. Carlyle. Byron. Macaulay. Emerson. 2. Vauve- 
nargues. Turgot. Condorcet. Joseph de Maistre. 3. Popular culture. 
Death of Mr. Mill. Mr. Mill's Autobiography. Life of George Eliot. 
Pattison's Memoirs. Harriet Martineau. W. R. Greg. France in the 
eighteenth century. [Seeley's] Expansion of England. Auguste Comte. 

- The life of Richard Cobden. 1905. Clll 

- The life of William Ewart Gladstone. 1905. 2 v. - - G132-3 

- Oliver Cromwell [a biography]. 1900. ..... C027 

- Rousseau [a biography], 1900-5. 2 v. R131-2 

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Morley (Viscount) Studies in literature. 1904. - - - E3M4 

- Voltaire [a biography]. 1903. V011 

- Walpole [a biography]. 1903. W071 

Morning by morning, daily readings ; by C. H. Spurgeon. - 24902 

Morocco. Savory (I.) In the tail of the peacock. 1903. ill. - 95602 

Morris, Francis O., a memoir; by his son. 1897. bibl. port. ill. M221 

Morris, Gouverneur [a biography] ; by T. Roosevelt. 1888. - M081 

Morris (Henry) Governors-general of India. 1907. v. 1. ill. - 99823 

Morris (John E.) The Welsh wars of Edward I. 1901. map. 91338 

Morris (Sir Lewis) [Poetical] Works. 1904. port. - - 201 M 

- Songs without notes. 1894. - - - - - - 202M 

Morris (Richard) Elementary historical English grammar. - 42503 

- Historical outlines of English accidence. 1903. - - - 42505 

- English grammar [a primer]. 1903. 42501 

- and Bo wen (H. C.) English grammar exercises. 1904. - - 42502 
Morris (William) The earthly paradise, a poem. 1905. - - 601 M 

- The labour question from the socialist standpoint. In Modern 

socialism. 1907. - - - - - . - - 33504 
Morris, Wm. Yeats (W.B.) The happiest of the poets. In his Ideas. E1Y1 

Morris (William B. ) The life of Saint Patrick. 1898. - - P151 
Morrow (Geo. E.) and Hunt (T.F.) Soils and crops of the farm. 1905. 63002 

Morse (John T.) Abraham Lincoln [a biography]. 1893. 2 v. - L033-4 

- Benjamin Franklin [a biography]. 1889. .... F013 

- John Adams [a biography]. 1884. - A071 

- John Quincy Adams [a biography]. 1898. .... A051 

- Thomas Jefferson [a biography]. 1898. J 071 

Mortal antipathy ; by O. W. Holmes. 78 H 2 

Mortimer, Mrs. Favell L. Meyer (Mrs. F. B.) The author of 

" The peep of day," life of Mrs. Mortimer, port. ill. - M061 

Morton (A. E.) Modern typewriting and office procedure, ill. - 65201 

Moscow, a story of the French invasion of 1812 ; by F. Whishaw. 5W4 

Moses. Johnson (J.) Stories from lives of Moses and Joshua. - 22304 

Moses (William S. ) Spirit teachings. 1898. port.- - - 28904 
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- Gray (P.) British mosses. 1886. bibl. ill. .... 58902 

- Stark (R. M. ) Popular history of British mosses, col. ill. - 58903 
Mosses from an old manse ; by N. Hawthorne. - - - 42 H 3 
Mothers' meetings. For related subjects, see Theology, Pastoral. 

- Campbell (M. M.) My very, very own. 25601 

Moths. For list of other subjects in entomology, see Insects. 

- South (R.) Moths of the British Isles. 1907. v. 1. col. ill.- 59511 
Motley (John L. ) Life and death of John of Barneveld. 2 v. ill. B051-2 

- The rise of the Dutch Republic [1555-84]. 1898. ill. map. - 93001 

- United Netherlands [1584-1609]. 1901-2. 4 v. ill. - - 93002-5 
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- The Epistle of Paul to the Romans. 1879. .... 

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- ed. Romans, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians ; with notes. 

(Temple Bible). 1902. 

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- Michelet (J.) La montagne. - 

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Muddock (Joyce E. P. ) Without faith or fear. 2 copies. 
Muir(Jas.) Agriculture, practical and scientific. 1895. ill. - 
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- joint-author. See Thorpe (Thomas E.) 
Muir (Pearson M.) Religious writers of England. 1901. 
Muir (Sir William) Life of Mahomet [abridged]. 1894. ill. • 

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Muirhead (James P.) The mechanical inventions of James 

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1. Congress of Orientalists, address, 1892. What to do with our 
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antiquity. Classification of mankind by language or by blood. [Academic] 
Freedom. Goethe and Carlyle. Correspondence between Schiller and the 
Duke of Schleswig-Holstein. Andrea del Sarto's Carita. Buddhist charity. 
Proper use of Holy Scriptures. 2. Rajah Rammohun Roy. Keshub Chunder 
Sen. Bunyiu Nanjio. Colebrooke. Julius MohL Bunsen. Charles Kin gslej r . 
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of classical study. Results of the science of language. Spelling. German 
literature. Language and poetry of Schleswig-Holstein. Joinville. 4. Com- 
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comparative mythology. Solar myths. Lunar myths. Lesson of ' Jupiter.' 
Migration of fables. Popular tales from the Norse. [Etc.] 

Introduction to the science of religion. 1882. - - - 20101 

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Muller (Friedrich Max ) Science of language. 1873. 1 v. - 41001-2 

Mui^er (J. P.) My system [physical education]. 1905. port. ill. 61308 

Muller, Wilhelm. In Muller (F. Max) Works, v. (3. 1904. - E5M2 

Mullins (J. D.) Wonderful story of Uganda [missions]. 1908. ill. 27809 
Mulready, William, Memorials of; by F.G.Stephens. 1890. port. ill. M161 

Mumby (Frank A.) eel. Letters of literary men [1535- 1S94]. 2 v. 82711-2 

Munera pulveris [essays on political economy] ; by J. Ruskin. - 33005 

Munger (Theodore T.) The appeal to life [sermons]. 1887. - 25218 
Municipal government. See Local government. 

Munro (Andrew) Book-keeping down to date. [1907]. - - 65702 

Munro (J.) and Jamieson (A.) Electrical rules, tables. 1907. - 62414 

Munro (James) A new Gaelic primer. 1902. .... 49103 

Munro (Neil) Children of tempest, a tale of the outer isles. - 123 M 5 

- The daft days. 123 M 7 

- Doom Castle, a romance. - 123 M 6 

- Gilian the dreamer, his fancy, love, and adventure. - - 123 M4 

- John Splendid, the tale of a poor gentleman. - 123 Ml 

- The lost pibroch, and other sheiling stories. 2 copies. - - 123 M 2 

- The shoes of fortune. 123 M 3 

Munro (Robert) Archaeology and false antiquities. 1905. ill. 57101 

Munroe (Kirk) The copper princess, a story. - 124M1 

Murdoch (Alexander G.) Scotch readings, humorous. 1895.- 82710 

Murdoch (W. G. B.) The spirit of Jacobite loyalty. 1907. - 91434 

Murdock, Wm. In Smiles (S.) Men of invention. 1905. - - 99703 

Murison (Alex. F.) Sir William Wallace [a biography]. - - W251 
Murray (Andrew) With Christ in the school of prayer. 1898. 24802 

Murray ( David C.) A bit of human nature. The 'Lively Fanny.' 126M7 

- First person singular, a novel. ...... 126 M 8 

- Old Blazer's hero. 126 M 6 

- A race for millions. 126M3 

- Time's revenges. 126 M 4 

- Val Strange, a story. 126 M 5 

- V.C., a chronicle of the Crimea. 126 Ml 

- A wasted crime, a novel. - 126 M 2 

Murray (Gilbert) Attic sentence-construction. 1898. - - 48501 

- A history of ancient Greek literature. 1897. - 88001 
Murray (James E.) Wireless telegraphy. 1907. ill. - - 65402 
Murray (T. D.) eel. Jeanne d'Arc, her life. 1907. ill. - - J023 
Mus^eus (Johann K. A.) Tales ; trans, by T. Carlyle. 2 copies. 128M1 
Music. For list of other branches of art, see Arts, Fine. 

- In Avebury (Lord) Pleasures of life. 1905. - - - - E2A1 

- Banister (H. C.) Musical analysis, mus. .... 78109 

- Baughan (E. A.) Music and musicians. 1906. - - - 78012 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 1-4. 1903. ill. - - 03202-5 

- Crowest (F. J. ) Catechism of musical history and biography. - 78015 

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Music. Gilnian(L.) The music of to-morrow, and other studies. 1907. 78009 
Phases of modern music. 1905. 78014 

The achievement of Richard Strauss. An American tone-poet [Edward 
MacDowell]. Verdi and Wagner. " Parsifal" and its significance. [Etc.] 

- Glyn (M. H.) The rhythmic conception of music. 1907. - 78002 

- Goddard (J. ) The beauty and expression of music, mus. - 78016 

- Kobbe (G. ) How to appreciate music, ill. - 78008 

- Mason (D. G.) Beethoven and his forerunners. 1904. ill. mus. 78011 

The periods of musical history. Palestrina and the music of mysticism. 
The modern spirit. The principles of pure music. Haydn. Mozart. 

- Matthew (J. E.) A handbook of musical history. 1898. bibl. ill. 78017 

- Patterson (A. W. ) Chats with music lovers, bibl. - - - 78001 

- Peterson (F. S.) Catechism of music. 1900. mus. - - 78110 

- Redman (H. N.) ed. Pronouncing dictionary of musical terms. 78020 

- Smith (H.) The world's earliest music, ill. - - - 78018 

- Sneddon (J. ) and others. The musical educator. 5 v. ill. mus. 78003-7 

- Taylor (S.) Sound and music. 1873. ill. .... 78102 

- Upton (G. P. ) Musical pastels. 1902. ill. - 78013 

- Walker (E.) A history of music in England. 1907. mus. - 78010 

- Warriner (J.) The art of teaching music. 1906. mus. - - 78019 

- See also Ballads. Bayreuth festival. Bombardon. Canon. Counterpoint. 

Fugue. Harmonium. Harmony. Instrumentation. Organ. 
Pianoforte. Singing. Sonatas. Songs. Violin. Violoncello. 
Music, Church. Vocal scores. Beethoven (L. van) Mass in C. fo. 78302 

- Poniatowski (Prince) Mass in F. fo. 78303 

- Rossini (J. A.) Stabat mater. 78304 

- Schubert (R.) Mass in B. fo. ...... 78319 

- Weber (C. M. von) Mass in G. 78320 

Music, Instrumental, American organ. Anderson (J. S.) ed. 

Selected movements. 4°. 78608 

^Selected voluntaries. 4°. - 78609 

Music, Instrumental, Organ. Johnson (A.) Thirteen concluding 

voluntaries. 4°. 78612 

- Tann (W. R. B.) ed. Gems for the organ. 4°. 78610 
Music, Instrumental, Pianoforte. Beethoven (L. van) Sonatas. 4°. 78611 

- Chaminade (C. ) Six etudes de concert. 78622 

- Grieg (E. H.) Lyrische Stucke. 4°. 78620 

- Liszt (F.) Album. - 78621 

- Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (F.) Lieder ohne Worte. fo. - - 78613 

- Rubinstein (A. ) Three pianoforte albums. 4°. - - 78614 

- Sousa (J. P.) Album, 13 Ceriihmte Marsche. - 78623 

- Strauss (J. ) Album of new waltzes. 4°. 78616 

Music, Instrumental, Violin. Album celebre pour violon et 

piano. 5 v. 78710-14 

- Beriot (C. A. de) Seven airs with variations. - 78703 
Music, Instrumental, Violoncello. Kluigenberg (J. ) Volkslieder- 

Album fur Violoncello und Piano. 2 v. - - 78708-9 

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Music, Musical comedies. Vocal scores: Audran (E. ) La 

mascotte, opera comique. ------- 78238 

Miss Decima, operatic comedy. 4°. 78202 

- Finck (H.) From Monte Carlo to Japan, a burletta. 1903. 4°. 78203 

- Haines (H. E.) The beauty of Bath, a musical play. 1906. 4°. 78204 

- The talk of the town, a musical comedy. 1905. 4°. - - 78205 
-- and Baker (E.) The catch of the season. 1904. 4°. - - 78206 

- Jones (S.) The geisha, a Japanese musical play. 1896. 4°. - 78207 

- Kerker(G.) The belle of New York, a musical comedy. 1898. 4°. 78208 

- Lambelet (N. ) Transit of Venus, a musical comedy. 1898. 4°. 78209 

- Lecocq(C) The sea nymphs. 4°. 78262 

- Lehar(F.) The merry widow, musical play. 1907. 4°. - 78210 

- Lehmann (L.) Sergeant Brue, a musical farce. 1904. 4°. - 78211 

- Offenbach (J.) La grande cluchesse, comic opera. - - - 78248 
The magic melody. 4°. 78261 

- Eubens (P. A.) Miss Hook of Holland. 1907. 4°. - - 78212 

- Slaughter (W.) Blue-Bell in fairyland. 1902. 4°. - - 78213 
Gentleman Joe, a musical play. 1895. fo. - - - 78214 

- Solomon (E.) The red hussar, a comedy-opera. 4°. - - 78215 

- Stuart (Leslie) The silver slipper, a modern extravaganza. 4°. 78216 

- Sullivan (Sir A. S.) The beauty stone, a musical drama. 1898. 4°. 78217 

The chieftain, comic opera. 1895. 4°. 78218 

Cox and Box, or, the long-lost brothers. 4°. 78219 

The gondoliers, or, the King of Barataria. 4°. - - - 78220 

The grand duke, or, the statutory duel. 4°. 78221 

H.M.S. Pinafore, or, the lass that loved a sailor. 4°. - 78222 

- - Haddon Hall. 1897. 4°. - 78223 

Iolanthe, or, the peer and the peri. 4°. - - - - 78224 

- - The Mikado, or, the town of Titipu. 4°. - - - - 78226 

Patience, or, Bunthorne's bride. 4°. 78227 

The pirates of Penzance, or, the slave of duty. 4°. - - 78228 

Princess Ida, or, Castle Adamant. 4°. 78229 

The rose of Persia. 1900. 4°. 78230 

Ruddigore, or, the witch's curse. 4°.- - - - - 78231 

The sorcerer, comic opera. 4°. 78232 

- - Trial by jury. 4°. 78233 

Utopia, Limited, or, the flowers of progress. 1893. 4°. - 78234 

Yeomen of the guard, or, the merryman and his maid. 4°. 78235 

and German (E.) The emerald isle, comic opera. 1901. 4°. 78236 

- Talbot (H.) A Chinese honeymoon, musical comedy. 1901. 4°. 78255 
Music, Operas and secular cantatas. Vocal scores : Auber 

(D. F. E. ) Les diamants de la couronne, opera. - - 78237 

- Balfe (M. W.) The Bohemian girl. 78239 

- Bantock (G.) Sea- wanderers, fo. 78256 

- Bellini (V.) La sonnambula, opera. 78240 

- Berlioz (L. H.) Romeo and Juliet, dramatic symphony, fo. - 78260 

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opera. 78241 

- Evans (D.) The coming of Arthur, cantata, fo. - - - 78257 

- Gounod (C. F. ) Faust, opera. 78242 

Philemon et Baucis, opera. 4°. 78243 

- Harty(H.) Ode to a nightingale, fo. 78258 

- Herold (L. J. F.) Zampa, opera. 78244 

- Mascagni (P.) The eternal city. 4°. 78245 

- Meyerbeer (G.) Roberto il Diavolo, opera. .... 78246 

- Mozart (W. A.) Le nozze di Figaro, opera. .... 78247 

- Spinelli (N.) A basso porto, lyric drama. 1894. fo. - - 78249 

- Sullivan (Sir A. S.) Ivanhoe, a romantic opera. 4°. - - 78225 

- Verdi (G. F. F. ) La traviata, opera. 78250 

- Wagner (R.) Lohengrin, opera. 78251 

Rienzi. 78201 

- - Tannhauser, opera. -------- 78252 

- Wallace (W. V.) Maritana, opera. 78253 

- Wood (C.) The ballad of Dundee, fo. 78259 

- - Music, an ode. 1893. fa 78254 

Music, Oratorios and sacred cantatas. Vocal scores : Gounod (C. ) 

Mors et vita, a sacred trilogy. 78305 

- Handel (G. F. ) Judas Maccabaeus, a sacred oratorio. 4°. - 78306 

The Messiah, oratorio. 4°. 78307 

Samson, an oratorio. 78308 

- Haydn (J.) The creation, an oratorio. 4°. - - - 78309 
The seasons, an oratorio. 78310 

- Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (F. ) Elijah, an oratorio. 4°. - - 78311 

Hymn of praise. 4°. 78312 

Saint Paul, an oratorio. 4°. 78313 

- Ouseley (Sir F. A. G.) The martyrdom of St. Polycarp. fo. - 78314 

- Peace (A. L. ) St. John the Baptist, a church cantata. - - 78315 

- Saint-Saens (C.) The heavens declare. 78316 

- Spohr (L. ) Calvary. 78301 

- Stainer (Sir J.) The daughter of Jairus, a sacred cantata. - 78317 

- Sullivan (Sir A. S.) The prodigal son, an oratorio, fo. - - 78318 
Musicians. Baughan (E. A. ) Music and musicians. 1906. - 78012 

- Crowest (F. J.) Catechism of musical history and biography. - 78016 

- Mason (D. G.) The romantic composers. 1906. ill. mus. - 99715 

Romanticism in music. Schubert. Schumann. Mendelssohn. Chopin. 
Berlioz. Liszt. 

Musset (Louis C. A. de) Comedies et proverbes. 1905-6. 3 v. 702-4M 

- Poesies nouvelles, 1836-52. 1905. 701M 

My brother [a story] ; by V. Brown. 98 Bl 

My Danish sweetheart ; by W. Clark Russell. - - - 75 R 4 

My enemy's daughter, a novel; by J. McCarthy. - - - 4M10 

My friend Prospero ; by H. Harland. 23 H2 

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My garden, and other poems ; by J. Gregory. 1907. - - 301 

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My Lady Rot ha, a romance ; by S. J. Weyman. - - 45 W 9 

My lady's money; by W. Wilkie Collins. 2 copies. - - - 75 C 11 

My little girl ; by Sir W. Besant and J. Rice. - - - 48 B 3 

My Lord Winchenden ; by Graham Hope. - - - - 85 HI 

My miscellanies ; by W. Wilkie Collins. 1893. - - 82803 

My mother and I, a girl's love story ; by Mrs. D. M. Craik. - HOC 3 

My new curate, a story ; by P. A. Sheehan. .... 171 SI 

"My novel"; by Lord Lytton. 74L16 

A sequel to " The Caxtons," 74L1. 

My schools and schoolmasters ; by H. Miller. 1907. ill. - M291 

My shipmate Louise ; by W. Clark Russell. - - - - 75 R 14 

My watch below, yarns ; by W. Clark Russell. - - - 75R15 

My young Alcides, a faded photograph; by C. M. Yonge. - 2Y19 
Myddelton, Sir Hugh. In Smiles (S.) Engineers, v. 1. 1874. port. 99704 
Myers (Frederic W. H. ) Human personality and its survival 

of bodily death. 1907. 12602 

Myln, Walter. In Carslaw (W. H.) Six martyrs. 1907. ill. - 99827 

Mystery of the " Ocean Star," sketches ; by W. Clark Russell.- 75R16 
Mysticism. For list of other philosophical systems, see Philosophy. 

- Inge (W. R.) Personal idealism and mysticism. 1907- - - 14101 
Studies of English mystics. 1907. 14901 

On the psychology of mysticism. The " Aucren riwle " and Julian of 
Norwich. Walter Hylton. William Law. The mysticism of Wordsworth. 
The mysticism of Robert Browning. 

- Kingsley (C.) Hours with the mystics. In his Essays. - - E1K4 

- Scott (W. M.) Aspects of Christian mysticism. 1907. - - 14902 
Mystifications ; by J. Brown. In his Horse subseciva?, v. 3. 1S97. E2B3 
Mythology. For lists of related subjects, see Folk-lore. Religions. 

- Carlyle (T.) Scandinavian mythology. In his Heroes. - - E1C11 

- Lyall (Sir A. C.) History and fable. In his Asiatic studies. - 94718 

- Muller (F. Max) Mythology and folk-lore. In his Works, v. 8. E5M4 

Comparative mythology. Philosophy of mythology. False analogies 
in comparative mythology. Solar myths. Lunar myths. [Etc.] 

- Ruskin (J.) Queen of the air, Greek myths. 1905. - - 29205 

N 

Nada the lily ; by H. Rider Haggard. 3H13 

Nahum. See Bible. 

Nairne (Alexander) joint-author. See Beeching (Henry C.) 

Nairne, Caroline Oliphant, Baroness. Henderson (G.) Lady 

Nairne and her songs. 1906. port. ill. .... N051 
Names, Geographical. For related subjects, see Geography. 

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Names, Geographical. Mackinlay (J. M. ) Influence of the pre- 
formation church on Scottish place-names. 1904. bill. 91825 

- Maxwell (Sir H. E.) Scottish land-names, their origin. 1894. 91837 
Names, Personal. For list of other subjects in biography, see Biography. 

- Flannery (T.) Celtic surnames. In his The tongue of the Gael. 89107 

- Jeffreys (L. D.) Ancient Hebrew names. 1906. - - - 22209 

Nance ; by C. Gar vice. 93 G2 

Nansen (F.) Farthest north, voyage of the 'Fram,' 1893-6. ill. 99410 

- The first crossing of Greenland [1888]. 1906. port. ill. map. 99408 
Napier, Sir Charles [a biography] ; by Sir W. F. Butler. 1905. port. Nlll 
Napier, Macvey. Morley (J. ) A man of letters. In his Studies. 1904. E 3 M4 
Napier, Robert, Life of; by J. Napier. 1904. -port. ill. - N101 
Napier (Sir W. F. P.) War in the Peninsula, 1807-14. 6 v. maps. 93402-7 
Napoleon I. Alger (J. G.) Napoleon's British visitors and captives, 

1801-15. 1904. N067 

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- Bourrienne (L. A. F. de) La jeunesse de Bonaparte. 1907. - 44873 

- Browning (0.) Napoleon, the first phase, 1769-93. 1905. port. ill. N064 

- In Historical essays. 1907. map's. 90406 

Napoleon, the first phase ; by H. S. Wilkinson. The detention of 
Napoleon at St. Helena ; by J. H. Rose. 

- Johnston (R. M.) Napoleon, a short biography. 1904. bibl. maps. N065 

- Levy (A.) The private life of Napoleon. 1894. 2 v. port. - N 062-3 

- Napoleon (Prince) Napoleon and his detractors. 1888. port. N061 

- Nicolay (F.) Napoleon at the Boulogne camp. 1907. port. ill. N066 
Nash, Richard, Life of ; by O. Goldsmith. In his Works, v. 4. - E1G4 
Nasmyth (James) An autobiography ; ed. by S. Smiles. 1883. port. N041 

- and Carpenter (J. ) The moon. 1903. ill. - 52314 

Natalie, Queen of Servia. Gerard (F.) A king's romance, port. ill. M191 

"The story of Milan and Natalie, first King and Queen of Servia." 

Nathan der Weise ; von G. E. Lessing ; with notes. 1902. - 43812 

Nathan the wise, a dramatic poem ; by G. E. Lessing. 1894. ill. 601L 

Nation in arms [military] requirements ; by Earl Roberts. 1907. 35507 
National debt. Shaw (W. A.) The beginnings of the national 

debt. In Historical essays. 1907. 90406 

National service [conscription] ; by E. C. Browne. 1904. - 35511 
Natural history. For list of other branches of science, see Science. 

- Bry den (H. A.) Nature and sport in Britain. 1904. ill. - 79920 

- Buckland (F. T. ) Curiosities of natural history. 4 v. ill. - 59015-8 

- Darwin (C.) Researches during voyage of H. M.S. ' Beagle.' ill. 50801 

- Goldsmith (O.) Earth and animated nature. In his Works, v. 5. E1G5 

- Hunter (J.) Essays on natural history [etc.] 1861. - - 59104 

- Kingsley (C.) The study of natural history. In his Health 

and education. 1887. - E1K3 

- Thomas (E.) The woodland life. 1897. 59030 

- In Wallace (A. R.) The Malay Archipelago. 1890. ill. maps. 95001 

- Watson (J.) and Winder (B.) Woodlanders and Held folk. ill. 59113 

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Natural history. White (G. ) The natural history of Selborne. ] 905. 59102 

Natural law in the spiritual world ; by H. Drummond. 1905. - 21503 
Natural philosophy. See Physics. 
Nature. For list of other branches of science, see Science. 

- Avebury (Lord) Beauties of nature. In his Pleasures of life. - E2A1 

- Brightwen (Mrs. E.) Rambles with nature students, ill. - 50416 

- A cyclopaedia of nature teachings. 1892. .... 50802 

- In Emerson (R. W.) Works, v. 2. 1894. - - - - E2E2 

- Jefferies (R.) Field and hedgerow, essays. 1904. - - - 50413 

- - The life of the fields. 1904. 50406 

Nature near London. 1904. 50405 

The open air [essays]. 1905. 50404 

Saint Guido. Wild flowers. Sunny Brighton. The modern Thames. 
Outside London. [Etc.] 

- Miall (L. C.) House, garden, and field, studies. 1905. ill. - 50411 
Round the year, nature studies. 1902. ill. - - - 50417 

- Tyndall (J.) Constitution of nature. In his Fragments, v. 1. 50408 

- Visger (J. A. O.) and Jordan (D.) Forest tithes, studies 

from nature. 1893. 59031 

In green leaf and the sere. ill. 50422 

- Ward (J. J.) Some nature biographies. 1908. ill. - - 50419 

Plant. Insect. Mineral. [Etc.] 

- See also Country life. 

Nature and human nature ; by [T. C. Haliburton], - - - 10H1 
Nature study. Jackman (W. S.) Nature study for grammar 

grades. 1903. 37203 

- See also School gardening. 

Nava (Gaetano) Method of instruction for baritone voice, fo. 78420 

Naval architecture. See Shipbuilding. 

Naval biography. For list of other subjects in biography, see Biography. 

- Callender (G. A. R.) Sea kings of Britain. 1907. maps. - 99610 

Drake. Howard. Blake. [Etc.] 

- Froude (J. A.) England's forgotten worthies. In his Studies. E2F1 

The navigators and adventurers of the sixteenth century. 

- Laughton (Sir J. K.) and others. Howard to Nelson. 1907. port. 99609 

Howard; by Sir J. K. Laughton. Drake; by Sir F. G. D. Bedford. 
Blake ; by M. Burrows. Rookc ; by C. C. P. Fitzgerald. Anson ; by A. H. 
Markham. Hawke ; Boscawen ; by Sir E. R. Fremantle. Rodney ; by Sir 
R. V. Hamilton. Howe ; by T. S. Jackson. Hood ; bv Sir R. V. Hamilton. 
St. Vincent ; Nelson ; by P. H. Colomb. 

- Stevenson (R. L.) The English admirals. In his Virginibus 

puerisque, and other papers. 1902. .... E1S1 

Navigation. For list of related subjects, see Astronomy. 

- Alison (Sir A. ) The navigation laws. In his Essays, v. 1. 1850. E3A1 

- Hall (W.) Modern navigation. 1904. ill. .... 52701 

- Miremont (Comte de) Practical methods in navigation. 1905. 52702 

- See also Seamanship. Signals. Steam navigation. 
Navy. For list of related subjects, see Government. 

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Navy. Bridge (Sir C. ) The art of naval warfare. 1907. - - 35906 

- Civis. State of the navy in 1907. 1907. - 35907 

- Fraser (E.) Famous fighters of the fleet. 1904. port. ill. - 35904 

- Jane (F. T.) Heresies of sea power. 1906. ill. maps. - - 35903 

- Xorman (F. M.) At school and at sea. ill. .... N031 

- Wilmot (S. M. E.) Our navy for a thousand years. 1904. ill. 91234 
Nazarbek (Avetis) Through the storm, life in Armenia. - - 23N1 
Neasra, a tale of ancient Rome ; by J. W. Graham. - - - 95G1 
Neale, John M. , a memoir ; by E. A. Towle. 1906. bibl. port. ill. N071 
Near and the heavenly horizons ; by Countess de Gasparin. 1892. 24413 

Near to nature's heart ; by E. P. Roe. 56 R 9 

Neatby (William B.) History of the Plymouth Brethren. 1901. 28902 

Xeedell (Mrs. J. H.) Unstable as water. 3N1 

Needlework. For related subjects, see Decoration. Domestic economy. 

- Dillmont (T. de) Encyclopedia of needlework, ill. - - 74604 

- Walker (A.) How to make up garments. 1907. ill. - - 64601 

- See also Embroidery. Lace. 

Ne'er-do-weel; by A. S. Swan. 2 copies. 148S39 

Neffe als Onkel ; von J. C. F. von Schiller ; with notes. 1898. 43821 
Negatives. For list of related subjects, see Photography. 

- Abney (Sir W. deW.) Negative making. 1893. ill. - - 77007 
Nehemiah. See Bible. 

Neighbours [and other stories] ; by F. Bremer. - - - 86 B 2 

Neighbours on the green ; by Mrs. M. O. W. Oliphant. - - 6019 

Neison (Edmund) The moon. 1876. ill. 52312 

Nell Gwyn, comedian, a novel ; by F. F. Moore. - - - 106M8 

Nellie's memories, a domestic story ; by R. N. Carey. - - 20 C 6 
Nelson, Horatio, Viscount. Colomb (P. H.) Nelson. In From 

Howard to Nelson. 1907. 99609 

- Southey (R.) The life of Nelson, port. ill. - - - - N012 
Nepal. Landor (A. H. S.) Tibet and Nepal. 1905. col. ill. - 94906 
Nepos (Cornelius) Lives ; with notes by J. B. Allen, map. - 47804 
Nepveu (Francois) "I am the way." 1906. - 24203 
Nernst ( Walther) Experimental and theoretical applications of 

thermodynamics to chemistry. 1907. ---..- 53604 

Nerves. Schofield (A. T.) Management of a nerve patient. 1906. 61612 

Nesfield (J. C. ) Study and composition of English. 1907. - 42804 
Netherlands. Alison (Sir A.) Partition of the Kingdom of the 

Netherlands. In his Essays, v. 2. 1850. - - - E3A2 

- Motley (J. L.) United Netherlands [1584-1609]. 4 v. ill. - 93002-5 
Nettleship (R. L.) Memoir of Thomas Hill Green. 1906. - G051 

Neuman (B. P.) The uttermost farthing. 6N1 

Nevinson (Henry W. ) Books and personalities. 1905. - - E1N1 

- The dawn in Russia. 1906. ill. 94017 

New Abelard, a romance ; by R. W. Buchanan. - - - 103 B2 

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New Adam and Eve [etc.] ; by N. Hawthorne. - - - - 42 HI 

11 A second series of ' Mosses from an old manse,' " 42 H 3. 
New Arabian nights [stories] ; by R. L. Stevenson. - - - 120 S 12 

New Atlantis ; by F. Bacon. 19208 

New chronicles of Don Q. ; by Mrs. K. H. and H. H. Prichard. 80P2 

A sequel to "The chronicles of Don Q.," 80 PL 
New chronicles of Rebecca; by K. D. Wiggin. - - - - 55 W 14 
New England. Sanderson (E.) The founders of New England. 

In his Heroes of pioneering. 1908. ill. - - - 90606 

New Guinea. Bevan (T. F.) Toil, travel, and discovery in British 

New Guinea. 1890. maps. 98501 

New Hebrides. Paton (Mrs. J. G.) Letters and sketches from 

the New Hebrides. 1894. ill. map. - - - - P121 

New Magdalen ; by W. Wilkie Collins. 75 C 7 

New rector; by S. J. Weyman. 45W1 

New Testament. See Bible. 

New worlds for old [socialism] ; by H. G. Wells. 1908. - - 33509 
New York. Roberts (E. H.) New York, the state. 1904. 2 v. 97307-8 
New Zealand. Barlow (P. W.) Kaipara, experiences of a settler. 99102 

- Elkington (E. W.) Adrift in New Zealand. 1906. ill. - - 99101 

- Irvine (R. F.) and Alpers (0. T. J.) The progress of New 

Zealand in the [19th] century. 1902. .... 99103 
Newberry (Percy E.) and Garstang ( J. ) Ancient Egypt. 1904.95704 
Newbigin (Marion) Life by the seashore. 1907. ill. - - 59206 
Newburn. Cunningham (A. S. ) Largo, Lundin Links, and Newburn. 92507 
Newcomes ; by W. M. Thackeray. 2 copies. - - - 12 T 2 

Newdegate (Lady Newdigate) Cavalier and Puritan in the 

days of the Stuarts. 1901. 91329 

"Compiled from the private papers and diary of Sir Richard Newdi- 
gate, with extracts from MS. news-letters, 1075-S9."' 

Newett (Mary M.) The sumptuary laws of Venice in the 14th 

and 15th centuries. In Historical essays. 1907. - - 90406 

Newitt (E. J. D. ) The citizen rifleman. 1906. ill. - - - 35506 

Newman (Francis W.) The soul, its sorrows and aspirations. - 12801 

Newman (George) The health of the state. 1907. - - - 61403 

Newman (John H.) Cardinal. Apologia pro vita sua. 1905. - N021 

"A history of his religions opinions." 

- Parochial and plain sermons. 1901-2. v. 1-2. - - - 25224-5 

- Verses on various occasions. 1903. 101 N 

- Callista, a tale of the third century. 9N1 

Newman, John H., Cardinal. Barry (W.) Newman [a biography]. 

1905. N022 

- In Birrell (A.) Collected essays. E1B2 

- Froude (J. A.) Newman on 'The grammar of assent.' In Studies. E2F2 
Newspapers. Boissier (G.) Roman journal. In his Tacitus [etc.] 87002 

- Maurice (F. D.) On the use and abuse of newspapers. In his 

Friendship of books, and other lectures. 1904. - - E4M1 

Newstead Abbey ; by W. Irving. 1894. 81702 

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Newton Forster, or, the merchant service ; by Captain F. Marryat. 52M15 



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Niagara. In Tyndall (J.) Fragments of science, v. 1 
Nibelungen Lied. In Carlyle (T.) Essays, v. 3. - 
Xichol (John) Francis Bacon, life and philosophy. 1901. 
Nicholas Nickleby [a novel] ; by C. Dickens. 4 copies. 
Nicholls (A. E. ) Seamanship and viva voce guide. 1905. 
Nicholson (Henry A.) A manual of zoology. 1887. ill. 
Xicol (James) Vital, social, and economic statistics of the city 

of Glasgow, 1885-91. 92403 

Xicolay (Fern and) Napoleon at the Boulogne camp. 1907. ill. N066 
Nicole, or, in the name of liberty, a story ; by O. Johnson. - 44 J 1 

Xicolete, a novel ; by E. Sharp. 54S3 

Xicolini (G. B.) History of the Jesuits. 1853. - - - 27101 

Xicoll (William Robertson) Day book of Claudius Clear. 1905. E2N1 

- Letters on life. 1904. E2N2 

Niebuhr (Carl) The Tell el Amarna period [Egypt]. 1903. - 95708 
Niederheitmann (F.) joint-author. See Abele. 

Nigeria. Sanderson (E.) The British in Nigeria. In his Heroes. 90606 
Xight, a poem ; by G. Gilnllan. 1867. - - - -. - 501 G 

Night and morning ; by Lord Lytton. 74L12 

Xight of reckoning ; by F. Barrett. 20B2 

Nightingale (Florence) Notes on nursing. - - - - 64902 
Nightmare Abbey [a story] ; by T. L. Peacock. - - - - 20P2 
Nights with Uncle Remus ; by J. C. Harris. - 26H4 

Nihilism. Stepniak (S. M.) Underground Russia. 1896.- - 94015 
Nile. Speke (J. EL) Discovery of the source of the Nile. ill. map. 95707 
Nine days' wonder; by Mrs. B. M. Croker. - - - - 121 C 3 

Ninety-three ; by Y. Hugo. 102H5 

Xisbet (Harry) Grammar of textile design. 1906. ill. - - 67705 
Xisbet (Hume) ' Bail up ' ! a romance of bushrangers and blacks. 11 Nl 
Xixon (John) Complete story of the Transvaal. 1885. map. - 
Nixon, John, a memoir ; by J. E. Vincent. 1900. port. - 

Pioneer of the steam coal trade in south Wales. 
Xo name ; by W. Wilkie Collins. 2 copies. ... - 
Noble (John) Miscellanea Invernessiaua. 1902. mem. port. ill. 
Noble (Margaret E.) The web of Indian life. 1906. 
Noble, Robert T. In Holcomb (H. H.) India missions. 1901. ill. 

Noble life ; by Mrs. D. M. Craik. 

Nobly born ; by E. J. Worboise. ------ 

Nobody [a story] ; by S. Warner. 

Noetzli (E.) Practical drapery cutting. 1906. ill.- 
Nolan (E. H.) History of the British Empire in India and the 
east. 6 v. ill. maps. ------- 

Noll (Arthur H.) A short history of Mexico. 1905. 

Nora creina ; by Mrs. M. W. Hungerford. 

Norie (W. D.) Life of Prince Charles Edward Stuart. 4 v. ill. 

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Norman (Francis M.) At school and at sea [autobiography]. ill. N031 
"At Harrow, in the Royal Navy, in the trenches before Sebastopol." 

- " Martello Tower" in China and the Pacific. 1902. ill. - 95104 
Norman (Sir Henry) All the Russias. 1902. ill. maps. - 94016 
Normanby (Marquis of) A year of revolution, 1848. 2 v. 93210-11 
Normand, Mrs. Ernest. See Rae, Henrietta. 

Normandy. Mitton (G. E.) Normandy [a description]. 1905. col. ill. 93310 

Norrie (H. S.) See Schneider (N. H.) 

Norris (Frank) The octopus, a story of California. - - 13 N 2 

- The pit, a story of Chicago [a sequel to " The octopus"]. - 13N1 
Norris (William) Modern steam road wagons. 1906. ill. plans. 62119 
Norris (William E.) A bachelor's blunder. - - - - 14 N 3 

- Barham of Beltana. 14 Nl 

- An octave [stories]. - 14 N 2 

North (Christopher). See Wilson (John). 

North and south ; by Mrs. E. C Gaskell. 10 G 6 

North-west Passage. Smith (G. B.) Franklin and the North- 
west Passage, ill. -------- F181 

Northanger Abbey [a story] ; by J. Austin. - - - 60 A 2 
Northcote, J. In Cunningham (A. ) and Heaton (Mrs. C. ) Painters. 99710 

Northcott (W. H.) Treatise on lathes and turning. 1868. ill. 62308 

Northern trails, animal life ; by W. J. Long. 1905. ill. - - 59120 

Norton (C. E.) Henry W. Longfellow, his life. 1907. - - L121 

Norway. Carlyle (T.) The early kings of Norway. - - - 94102 

- Cooper (A. H.) The Norwegian fjords. 1907. col. ill.- - 94104 

- Goodman (E. J.) The best tour in Norway. 1903. ill. map.- 94105 

- In Mallik (M. -C. ) Impressions of a wanderer. 1907. - - 90816 
Nostromo, a tale of the seaboard ; by J. Conrad. - - - 81 C 3 

Not for crown or sceptre ; by D. Alcock. 17 A 1 

Not wisely but too well, a novel ; by R. Broughton. 2 copies. - 97 B 3 

Notre-Dame de Paris ; par V. Hugo. 102 HI 

Notre-Dame de Paris ; by V. Hugo. 102 H 6 

Noughts and crosses, stories ; by A. T. Quiller Couch. - - 99 C 7 

Nouvelles genevoises ; par R. Topffer. 37 Tl 

Novalis. In : Carlyle (T.) Essays, v. 2. E1C2 

Novelists. For related subjects, see Authors. Literature. 

- Hazlitt (W.) The English novelists. In his Lectures. 1884. 82004 

- Oliphant (J. ) Victorian novelists. 1899. - 82603 

George Eliot. George Meredith. R. L. Stevenson. [Etc.] 
Novels. See Fiction. 

Noyes (Alfred) Poems. 1904. 201 N 

Nugae litterarise, brief essays ; by W. Mathews. 1896. - - E6M1 
Nugent, George, Lord. Macaulay (Lord) Nugent's Life of John 

Hampden. In his Works. ---... 82827 
Nugent (Maria, Lady) Journals ; ed. by F. Cundall. 1907. port. ill. N081 
" Jamaica one hundred years ago." 

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Number seventeen ; by H. Kingsley. 26 K 9 

No. 5 John Street ; by R. Whiteing. 48 Wl 

Numbers. See Bible. 

Nuns. Inge (W. R. ) The " Ancren riwle " and Julian of Norwich. 

In his Studies of English mystics. 1907.- - - - 14901 
Nursing". For list of related subjects, see Medicine. 

- Anderson (J. W. ) Medical nursing. 1896. -.-■-.- 61001 

- Nightingale (F.) Notes on nursing. 64902 

- Tooley (S. A.) History of nursing in British Empire. 1906. - 61004 

Nuttie's father ; by C. M. Yonge. 2Y20 

Nyasaland under the Foreign Office ; by H. L. Duff. 1906. ill. map. 95905 



Oak openings, or, the bee-hunter; by J. F. Cooper. - - - 88 C 14 

Oakshott Castle ; by H. Kingsley. 26K10 

Oakwood (W. M.) Carpentry and cabinet-making. 1906. ill. 69406 

Obadiah. See Bible. 

Object lessons. For list of related subjects, see Education. 

- Cann (A. L. ) and Pendlebury (J.) Notes on object lesson 

teaching, with model lessons. 37205 

- See also Nature study. 

O'Brien (Mrs. William) Under Croagh Patrick. - - - 2801 

Occultism. Harrison (C. G.) The transcendental universe. 1896. 13304 

Ocean free-lance ; by W. Clark Russell. 75R17 

Ocean tragedy; by W. Clark Russell. 75R18 

Oceana, England and her colonies ; by J. A. Froude. 1905. ill. 32502 

O'Clery, Michael. In Flannery (T.) For the tongue of the Gael. 89107 
O'Connell, Daniel. Dunlop (R. ) Daniel O'Connell and the revival 

of national life in Ireland. 1900. port. ill. - - - O031 

O'Connor (G. B.) Elizabethan Ireland, map. ... - 92616 

O'Connor (J. C.) Esperanto, student's text book. - - - 40802 

O'Conor (John F. X. ) Rhetoric and oratory. 1898. - - 80817 

Octave [stories] ; by W. E. Norris. 14N2 

Octave of Claudius ; by B. Pain. 3P1 

Octave of friends, with other stories ; by Mrs. E. Lynn Linton. 46 L 6 

Octopus, a story of California; by F. Norris. .... 13N2 

Odd craft [stories] ; by W. W. Jacobs. 4 J4 

Oddities, others, and I [reminiscences] ; by H. Corkran. 1904. C3001 

O'Donovan, John. In Flannery (T.) For the tongue of the Gael. 89107 

Oersted (Hans C.) The soul in nature. 1852. port. - - 70111 
Oesterly (William O. E.) and Box (G. H.) The religion and 

worship of the synagogue. 1907. ill. - 29609 

Of high degree, a story; by C. Gibbon. 21G12 

Off the rocks, Labrador [missions] ; by W. T. Grenfell. ill. - 27901 

Off the Skelligs, a novel ; by J. Ingelow. 112 

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Ogilvies, a novel; by Mrs. D. M. Craik. HOC 12 

Ogilvy, Margaret [a biography] ; by J. M. Barrie. 1903. 'port. 0011 

Ohio. King (R.) Ohio [a history]. 1903. maps. - - - 97310 

Ohnet (Georges) Le chant du cygne ; with notes. 1895. - 44842 

- Love's depths. - - - - - - - - -30l 

Oil. For list of related subjects, see Chemical technology. 

- Dent (W. Y.) Fats and oils. In Lighting. 1895. ill. - - 66505 

- Hurst (G. H.) Painters' colours, oils, varnishes. 1906. ill. - 66716 

- Wright (A. C.) Analysis of oils and allied substances. 1903. 54302 

- See also Petroleum. 

Oil engine. For related subjects, see Engines. 

- In Cassell's New technical educator, v. 5-6. ill. - - - 60310-1 

- Grover (F.) Modern gas and oil engines. 1906. Ul. - - 62205 

- Hiscox (G. D.) Gas, gasoline, and oil-engines. 1906. ill. - 62201 

- Tookey (W. A.) Oil engines, their selection [etc.] 1906. ill. 62207 
Okey (Thomas) The story of Paris. 1906. ill. plan. - - 93308 
Old age. For lists of related subjects, see Ethics. Physiology. 

- Marston (E.) How does it feel to be old ? 1907. ill. - - 61205 

- Milller (F. Max) What to do with our old people. In his Works. E5M1 

- Stevenson (R. L.) Crabbed age and youth. In his Virginibns 

puerisque, and other papers. 1902. El SI 

- See also Pensions. 

Old bank [a novel] ; by W. Westall. 41 W 2 

Old Blazer's hero ; by D. C. Murray. 126 M 6 

Old chronicle of Leighton ; by S. S. Hamer. - - - 13 HI 

Old curiosity shop ; by C. Dickens. 3 copies. - 30D15 

Old dominion, or, a tale of Virginia ; by G. P. R. James. - - 6 J 12 

Old Fireproof, the chaplain's story ; by O. Yaughan. - - 21 VI 

Old Gorgon Graham ; by G. H. Lorimer. 1905. ///. - - 81803 

11 More ' Letters from a self-made merchant to his son '," 81802. 

Old Kensington [a story] ; by Lady Ritchie. - - - 37 R 7 

Old lieutenant and his son ; by X. Macleod. - - - - 27 M 2 

Old Margaret, and other stories; by H. Kingsley. - - - 26K5 

Old Mortality [a romance] ; by Sir W. Scott. 3 copies. - - 35 S 9 

Old red sandstone ; by H. Miller. 1S99. ill. - 55107 

Old riddle [evolution] and newest answer ; by J. Gerard. 1907. 57516 

Old Saint Paul's, a tale ; by W. H. Ainsworth. .... 16A1 

Old squire, the romance of a black Virginian ; by B. K. Benson. 45 Bl 
Old Testament. See Bible. 

Old times and new [1779-1893] ; by J. G. Tetley. 1904. - - T051 

OlJPHANT (James) Victorian novelists. 1899. .... 82603 

Oliphant (LAURENCE) Episodes in a life of adventure. 1887. - O021 

- The Russian shores of the Black Sea, 1S52. 1853. ill. map. 94024 
Oliphant (Mrs. Margaret O. W.) Cervantes [a biography]. 1S9S. C261 

- Historical sketches of the reign of Queen Anne. 1894. ill. - 91423 

- Jerusalem, its history and hope. 1S93. ill. - 94508 

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Oliphant (Mrs. Margaret 0. W.) Queen Victoria, a personal 

sketch. 1900. ill. V021 

- A beleaguered city, a story. 6013 

- A country gentleman and his family. 60 14 

- Cousin Mary. - - - -605 

- He that will not when he may. - - - - - - 6011 

- The heir presumptive and the heir apparent. - - - - 6015 

- Hester, a story of contemporary life. 60 12 

- Kirsteen, the story of a Scotch family. 60 10 

- Lady William. 60l 

- The laird of Norlaw, a Scottish story. 608 

- The marriage of Elinor. - - - - - - - 6020 

- Neighbours on the green. 6019 

- The railway man and his children. 6017 

- Sir Tom. 607 

- A son of the soil. 606 

- Sons and daughters, a novel. 604 

- The sorceress. 602 

- The unjust steward, or, the minister's debt. - - - - 603 

- The wizard's son, a novel. 6 09 

- Young Musgrave. - 6018 

Oliphant (Philip L. ) The river of vengeance. - - - - 50 1 

Olive, a novel; by Mrs. D. M. Craik. HOC 15 

Olive Kinsella [a novel] ; by Curtis Yorke. - - - - 6Y2 

Olive Latham [a novel] ; by Mrs. E. L. Voynich. - - - 20 VI 

Oliver Twist ; by C. Dickens. 4 copies. 30D2 

011a podrida ; by Captain P. Marryat. 1897. ill. 2 copies. - 91010 

Omar KhayyXm. Rubaiyat. 1907. mem. .... 101O 

Omond (Thos. S.) [Literature of] The romantic triumph. 1900. 80913 

- A study of metre. 1907. 42602 

On company's service [stories] ; by W. Pett Ridge. - - - 34R3 

On nothing, and kindred subjects ; by H. Belloc. 1908. - - E11B1 

On the fo'k'sle head [stories] ; by W. Clark Russell. - - - 75 R 19 

On the old trail [stories] ; by F. Bret Harte. - - - - 33 H 4 

One doubtful hour, and other [stories]; by E. H. Dixon. - - 36D1 
One in a thousand, or, the days of Henri Quatre ; by G. P. R. James. 6 J 14 

£1,000,000 bank-note, and other stories ; by Mark Twain. - 52T2 
One of no Party. See Grant (James). 

One of our conquerors ; by G. Meredith. 82 M 9 

One too many ; by Mrs. E. Lynn Linton. 46 L 5 

Only son, and other stories; by A. S. Swan. - 148S49 

Only the governess ; by R. N. Carey. 2005 

Opal serpent [a novel] ; by F. Hume. 103 H 2 

Open air [nature essays] ; by R. JefFeries. 1905. - - - 50404 

Opening a chestnut burr ; by E. P. Roe. 56 R 7 

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Operas. See Music, Operas and secular cantatas. 

Opie, John. In Cunningham (A.) aud Heaton (Mrs. C.) Painters. 99709 

Oppenheimer (Baron Felix von) British imperialism. 1905. - 32011 
Optical instruments. For list of other industries, see Industries. 

- Auerbach (F.) The Zeiss works [etc.] in Jena. 1904. ill. - 33101 
Orange girl ; by Sir W. Besant. - - - ... - - 49 B 7 
Oratorios. See Music, Oratorios and sacred cantatas. 

Oratory. For list of related subjects, see Rhetoric. 

- Boissier (G.) The schools of declamation at Rome. In his 

Tacitus, and other Roman studies. 1906. - - - 87002 

- Carlyle (T. ) Stump-orator. In his Latter-day pamphlets. - E1C10 

- Kleiser (G. ) How to speak in public. 1907. - - - 80816 

- O'Conor (J. F. X.) Rhetoric and oratory. 1898. - - - 80817 

- Power (J. O'C.) The making of an orator. 1906. - - - 80809 

" With examples of ancient and modern eloquence." 
Orchids. Darwin (C.) The various contrivances by which 

orchids are fertilised by insects. 1S88. bibl. ill. - - 58104 

Orczy (Baroness) By the gods beloved, a romance. - - - 27 02 

- The case of Miss Elliott. 2703 

- A son of the people, a romance. 2701 

Ordeal of Richard Feverel ; by G. Meredith. .... 82M10 

Ordered south; by R. L. Stevenson. In his Virginibus puerisque. El SI 
Ore. For related subjects, see Mining. 

- Rickard (T. A.) Sampling and estimation of ore. 1905. ill. - 62503 
O'Reilly (John B.) Moondyne, a story from the under-world. - 2601 
O'Rell (Max) Jacques Bonhomme [sketches of French life]. 1889. 93106 

- John Bull and his island. 91602 

- and Allyn (Jack) Jonathan and his continent. 1889. - - 97205 
Orford, Robert Walpole, Earl of. See Walpole, Robert, Earl of Orford. 
Organ. For list of other subjects in music, see Music. 

- Aspa (R. ) Fifty pedal exercises for the organ. \ . - - - 78605 

- Bedwell (G. C.) The evolution of the organ. 1907. ill. - 78602 

- Locher (C. ) An explanation of the organ stops. 1888. ill. - 78617 

- Smith (H.) Modern organ tuning. ------ 78604 

- Universal organ tutor. 4°. mus. 78624 

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Origen. Froude (J. A.) Origen and Celsus. In his Short studies. E2F4 

Origin of nations ; by G. Rawlinson. maps. ... - 90307 

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- Gorrie (D.) Summers and winters in the Orkneys. ill. map. 91721 

- Weld (C.R.) Two months in Highlands, Orcadia, and Skye. 1860. 92206 

Ormond, a tale ; by M. Edgeworth. 10E3 

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Orr (Jambs) Ritschlianism, expository, critical essays. 1903. - 23010 

- The virgin birth of Christ. 1907. 23233 

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- Hall (Sir S.) Short history of the Oxford movement. 1906. - 28305 
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Page (T. E.) and others. Public schools from within. 1906. - 37903 

Page (Thomas N.) Gordon Keith. 2P1 

Pages from a private diary ; by H. C. Beechiug. 1899. - - 82817 
Paget (Lord Clarence E.) A dm. Autobiography. 1896. port. ill. P091 
Pain (Barry) The memoirs of Constantine Dix. - - - 3P3 

- The octave of Claudius. 3P1 

- Wilhelmina in London. 3P2 

Pain, Barry. /ttHammerton (J. A.) English humorists. 1907. port. 82714 
Paine, Thomas. In Stephen (Sir J. F.) Horae Sabbaticae, v. 3. 1892. E3S3 
Paint. For list of related subjects, see Chemical technology. 

- Hurst (G. H.) Painters' colours, oils, varnishes. 1906. ill. - 66716 
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Painter (F. V. N.) Elementary guide to literary criticism. 1904. 80101 
Painters. Bayliss (Sir W.) Five great painters. 1904. ill. - 99714 

"Leighton, Millais, Burne-Jones, Watts, Holman Hunt." 

- Cunningham (A.) and Heaton (Mrs. C.) British painters. 3 v. 99709-11 

1. Hogarth. Reynolds. Gainsborough. West. Barry. Blake. Opie. 

2. Morland. Fuseli. Jamesone. Ronmey. Raeburn. Allan. Northcote. 

3. Lawrence. Wilkie. Leslie. Maclise. [Etc.] 

- Mollett( J. W.) The painters of Barbizon. 1890. 2*v. bibl. ill. 99716-7 

1. Millet. Rousseau. Diaz. 2. Corot. Daubigny. Dupre. 
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- Alison (Sir A.) British school of painting. In his Essays. - E3A2 

- Branch (E. A.) Simple studies in line and mass. ill. - - 75103 

- Chesneau (E.) The English school of painting. 1885. ill. - 75903 

- Clausen (G.) Six lectures on painting, 1904. 1906. ill. - 75003 

- Couture (T.) Conversations on art methods. 1879. - - 75101 

- Lessing (G. E.) Laokoon, on the limits of painting and poetry. 

In his Selected prose works. 1905. 83801 

- Reynolds (Sir J. ) Discourses on art. 75001 

- Ruskin (J.) Lectures on architecture and painting. 1902. - 72002 

- - Modern painters. 1903-4. 6 v. ill. 70102-7 

1. General principles and truth. 2. Imaginative and theoretic faculties. 
3. Of many things. 4. Of mountain beauty. 5. Leaf beauty, cloud beauty, 
ideas of relation. 6. General index, bibliography, and notes. 

Frondes agrestes, readings in "Modern painters." 1902. - 70109 

- Thomas (M.) How to judge pictures. 1906. ill. - - - 75004 

- Van Dyke (J. C.) Studies in pictures. 1907. ill. - - - 75002 

- See also Enamelling. Pre-Raphaelitism. 

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- Stifling (E. R.) Treatise on art of glass painting. 1902. ill. 74801 
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Paisley. Blair (M.) The Paisley thread industry. 1907. ill. - 92002 

- Brown (A.) History of Glasgow, Paisley [etc.] 1795-7. 2v.ini. 92316 

- Gilmour(D.) Paisley weavers of other days, etc. 1898. - 92004 
Palace of spies, an episode; by H. E. Compton. - - - 77 CI 
Palaeontology. See Fossils. 

Palestine. Ewing (W.) Arab and Druze at home. 1907. ill. map. 94503 
" A record of travel and intercourse with the peoples east of the Jordan." 

- Kitto (J.) Scripture lands, sketches. 1850. ill. maps. - 94507 

- Lees (G. R. ) Life and adventure beyond Jordan, ill. - - 94502 

- Ross (D. M.) The cradle of Christianity. 1891. ill. - - 94504 

- Thomson (W. M.) The land and the Book. 1903. ill. maps. 94501 

" Biblical illustrations drawn from the Holy Land." 

- Tristram (H. B.) Land of Israel, travels in Palestine. 1866. - 94506 
Palestrina, Giovanni P. da. In Mason (I). G.) Beethoven and 

his forerunners. 1904. ------- 78011 

Paley (William) A view of the evidences of Christianity. - 23903 
Palgraye (Francis T.) ed. The golden treasury of songs and 

lyrical poems. 1904. 2 v. 82205-6 

Palgraye (Sir Reginald F. D.) Chairman's handbook. 1905. 32801 
Palmer, Edward H. Haynes (A. E. ) Man-hunting in the desert, ill. 94410 

" A narrative of the Palmer search expedition, 1882-3." 
Palmer (Francis H. E.) Austro-Hungarian life. ill. - - 92908 
Palmer (G. H.) The cathedral church of Rochester. 1899. ill. 72609 
Palmer (G. W.) Arithmetic, chiefly examples. 1907. - - 51109 
Palmerston, H. J. Temple, Viscount, Life of; by K. Marx. 1899. P191 
Palmoni, chronographical systems among the ancient Jews. 1851. 22107 
Palmyra. Wright (W.) Palmyra and Zenobia. 1895. ill. map. 94408 
PaxsePvOX (A. ) Vocalisation for mezzo-soprano, fo. mus. - 78412 
Pantheism. For list of related subjects, see Theology. 

- Picton (J. A.) Pantheism, its story and significance. 1905. - 21201 
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- Andes (L. E.) Treatment of paper for special purposes. 1907. 67611 

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- Clapperton (G. ) Practical paper-making. 1907. ill. - - 67601 

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- In Gilliat (E.) The romance of modern sieges. 1908. ill. - 90405 

- Guide to Paris and its environs, ill. plan. - 93303 

- In Guthrie (A.) Rowley letters from France and Italy. 1907. 93306 

- Miltoun (F.) Dumas' Paris, ill. maps. 93309 

- Okey (T.) The story of Paris. 1906. ill. plan. - - - 93308 

- In Steevens (G. W. ) Glimpses of three nations. 1901. - - 91005 

- Thackeray (W. M.) Paris sketch book. ill. 2 copies. - - 82809 

- Warner (C. D.) A night in the garden of the Tuileries. In his 

The relation of literature to life [etc.] 1897. - - - E2W1 
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Park (Mary M.) Greater Britain and the far east. 1907. ill. 90817 
Park (Mungo) Travels in the interior of Africa [1795-1805]. ill. 96001 
Park, Mungo. Thomson (J.) Park and the Niger. 1890. port. ill. P061 

Park Lane [a novel] ; by P. White. 50W2 

Parker (Chas. S.) Life and letters of Sir James Graham. 2 v. G081-2 
Parker (Edward H.) China, past and present. 1903. - - 95106 
Parker (Erasmus D. ) joint-author. See Verner ( Willoughbv W. C. ) 
Parker (Sir Gilbert) The battle of the strong, a romance. - 8P8 

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- The trail of the sword. 8P7 

- The translation of a savage. 8P11 

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Parker (Joseph) The City Temple pulpit, sermons. 1902. v. 7. 25221 

Parkes (L. C.) and Kenwood (H. R.) Hygiene and public health. 61408 

Parkman, Francis, Life ; by C. H. Farnham. 1900. bibl. port. P201 

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Parry (E. G.) Reynell Taylor, a biography. 1888. map. 
Parsons (A.) and Allen (R.) Workmen's Compensation Act, 1906. 
Parties, Political. Froude (J. A.) Party politics. In his Short 
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Passions. Hume (D.) On the passions. In his Essays. 

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Passy (Paul) The sounds of the French language. 1907.- 

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Paston (George) Lady Mary Wortley Montagu and her times, ill. 
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Pastor agnorum, schoolmaster's afterthoughts ; by J. H. Skrine. 
Pastry. Vine (F. T.) Practical pastry, a handbook. 1907. ill. 
Pater, Walter. In Gosse (E. W.) Critical kit-kats. 1896. 
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Paterson, William, and the Darien Company ; by J. S. Barbour. 
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Paton (J. L.) and others. Is Christianity true ? lectures. 1904. 

Paton (James) Castlebraes. 

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Paton (Mrs. John G. ) Letters and sketches from New Hebrides. 
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Patterson (Axnie W.) Chats with music lovers. - - - 78001 
Patterson (J. H.) The man-eaters [lions] of Tsavo. 1907. iU. 96105 

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Patterson (Sir R. L.) Linen and flax. In British industries. - 33804 

Pattillo (T. R.) Moose-hunting, salmon-fishing. 1902. port. 79916 

Pattison (Mark) Isaac Casaubon, 1559-1614. 1875. - - C351 

- Milton [a biography]. 1906. M331 

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Patton (W. M.) A practical treatise on foundations. 1906. HI. 72101 

Paul, Saint. Campbell (J. M.) Paul the mystic. 1907. - • 22615 

- Farrar (F. W. ) The life and work of St. Paul. 2 v. maps. - 22601-2 

- Weinel (H.) St. Paul, the man and his work. 1906. - - 22614 

- Whyte (A.) The apostle Paul. 1903. 22605 

Paul, Saint, the Hermit. In Kingsley(C) The hermits. 1S85. iU. 99809 

Paul (Herbert W.) The life of Froude. 1905. - - - F191 

- Stray leaves. 1906. E1P1 

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Peacock. The religion of the Greeks. Bishops and historians. Charles 
Lamb. The author of " Ionica." Winston Churchill's "Life of Lord R. 
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Paulsen (Friedrich) Introduction to philosophy. 1906. - 10001 

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Peace. In Cobden (R.) Speeches. 1903. 82719 

Peacock (George) Life of Thomas Young. 1855. - - YOU 
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Peacock, Thomas L. In Garnett (R.) Essays of an ex-librarian. E3G1 

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Peake (Arthur S.) Problem of suffering in Old Testament. - 22219 

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Peard (Frances M.) The ring from Jaipur. - - - 22 PI 

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Pedder (D. C. ) Where men decay, rural conditions. 1908. - 33114 

Peek (Hedley) ed. The poetry of sport. 1896. ill. - - 82219 

Peel (Robert) Elementary text-book of coal mining. 1905. ill. 62504 

Peel, Sir Robert. Rosebery (Earl of) Sir R. Peel [a review]. 1899. P 131 
Peerage. Alison (Sir A.) The British peerage. In his Essays, v. 1. E3A1 

Peers or people? by W. T. Stead. 1907. 32803 

Peg Woffington [a novel] ; by C. Reade. 16R16 

Pelayo. Irving (W.) The legend of Pelayo. In his Biographies. 9950* 

Pellew (George) John Jay [a biography]. 1890. - - - J 061 

Pellico (Silvio) Le mie prigioni ; ed. by A. C. Clapin. - - 45801 

Peloponnesian war, History of the ; by Thucydides. - - - 88801 

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Pendlebtjry (Charles) Arithmetic. 1904. - 5110] 
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Penn (William) Some fruits of solitude, mem. port. - - 17007 
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Pensees diverses ; par le baron de Montesquieu. - - - 84802 
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- Sutherland (W. ) Old age pensions. 1907. .... 35101 
Pentateuch. See Bible. 

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Penty (Arthur J.) The restoration of the gild system. 1906.- 33801 

People of the mist ; by H. Rider Haggard. - - - - 3H9 

Pepys (Samuel) Diary. P051 

Pepys, Samuel. Adams (W. H. D.) Pepys' "Diary." In his 

Famous books. 02810 

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Perkin (F. M.) The metric and British systems of weights, 

measures, and coinage. 1907. ------ 38902 

- Practical methods of inorganic chemistry. 1906. - - - 54601 
Perkins (James B.) Richelieu [life and times]. 1900. ill. map. Rill 
Perlycross, a tale of the western hills ; by R. D. Blackmore. - 63 B 8 
Perpetual motion. In Phin (J.) Follies of science. 1906. HI. 50412 
Perrault (Claude) and others. Contes de fees. - - - 35 PI 
Perret (J. A.) ed. The matriculation French reader. 1906. - 44807 
Perris (George H.) Russia in revolution. 1905. ill. - - 94002 
Perry (Frederick) Saint Louis of France. 1901. ill. map. - L071 
Perry (Geo. G.) History of English Church, 596-1884. 3 v. - 27603-5 
Perry, John. In Smiles (S.) Engineers, v. 1. 1874. ill. - - 99704 
Persecution. For list of related subjects, see Church history. 

- Workman (H. B.) Persecution in the early church. 1906. - 27202 
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- Sparroy (W.) Persian children of the royal family. 1902. - 94601 

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- Geometrical perspective. In CasselPs Popular educator, v. 3-5. 03204-6 
Persuasion [a story] ; by J. Austen. ------ 60A2 

Perugino, Pietro [life and art] ; by E. Hutton. port. ill. - - PHI 
Peschel (Oscar) Races of man, geographical distribution. 1876. 57206 
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- Schopenhauer (A.) Studies in pessimism. 1903. - 
Peter, St., Epistles of. See Bible. 
Peter Simple ; by Captain F. Marryat. - - ■ - 
Peterborough, Cathedral church of ; by W. D. Sweeting. 
Peters (Edward D.) The principles of copper smelting. 
Peter's mother ; by Mrs. H. de la Pasture. 
Peter's wife ; by Mrs. M. W. Hungerford.- 
Peterson (Franklin S.) Catechism of music. 1900. 
Petit de Julleville (L.) Joan of Arc [a biography]. 
Petrarch (Francesco) Sonnets, and other poems, mem. 
Petrie (William M. F.) Janus in modern life. 1907. 

- and others. A history of Egypt. 1898-1905. 6 v. ill. 

Petrified eye ; by W. P. Drury. 

Petroleum. Redwood (Sir B.) Petroleum industry, lamps. In 

Lighting. 1895. ill. - - 

- Thomson (J. H.) and Redwood (Sir B.) Petroleum. 1901. ill. 
Pets. See Domestic animals. 

Pett, Phineas. In Smiles (S.) Men of invention and industry. - 
Pettigrew (William F.) and Ravenshear (A. F.) A manual 
of locomotive engineering. 1901. ill. - - - - 
Peveril of the Peak ; by Sir W. Scott. 3 copies. - - 
Phaethon, or, loose thoughts ; by C. Kingsley. In his Lectures. 
Phantom death, and other stories ; by W. Clark Russell. - 
Phantom ship ; by Captain F. Marryat. - 

Phantom torpedo-boats ; by A. Upward. 

Philemon, Epistle to. See Bible. 

Philip (Arnold) joint-author. See Watt (Alexander). 
Philip, Adventures of; by W. M. Thackeray. 2 copies. - 
Philip Augustus, or, the brothers in arms ; by G. P. R. James. 
Philip Rollo, or, the Scottish musketeers ; by J. Grant. 
Philippians, Epistle to the. See Bible. 

Philistia [a novel] ; by G. Allen. 

Phillips (H. J.) Engineering chemistry. 1902. ill. 
Phillips (Stephen) Ulysses, a drama. 1902. - - - - 

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Phillpotts (Eden) Down Dartmoor way [stories]. - - - 41 PI 

- The portreeve [a novel]. 41 P 2 

Philology. See Language. 

Philosophe sous les toits ; par E. Souvestre ; with notes. 1901. 44845 
Philosophical classics for English readers. 

A list of the series may be seen on application. Each volume is entered 
in the catalogue under the author's name and the subject with which it deals. 

Philosophy. Calkins (M, W. ) Persistent problems of philosophy. 11001 

- In Hobbes (T.) English works, v. 1, 7. - - - - 19209, 19215 

1. First grounds of philosophy. 7. Seven philosophical problems. 

- Hoffding (H.) The problems of philosophy. 1905. - - 10002 

- Lewes (G. H. ) A biographical history of philosophy, bibl. - 10901 

- Paulsen (F.) Introduction to philosophy. 1906. - - - 10001 

- Schiller (F. C. S.) Studies in humanism. 1907. - - - 10401 

- Schopenhauer (A. ) Selected essays. 1900. - - - - E7S1 

Doctrine of the ideal and real. History of philosophy. Philosophy and 
its method. Ethics. Metaphysics of the beautiful and on aesthetics. [Etc.] 

- Schwegler (A. ) Handbook of the history of philosophy. - - 10902 

- In Strong (S. A.) Critical studies. 1905. .... 82820 

- See also Being. Destiny. Ethics. Idealism. Knowledge. Logic. 

Mind and body. Mysticism. Personality. Pessimism. Positivism. 

Psychology. Realism. Soul. Stoicism. Subconscious. 

Philosophy of common sense [Positivism] ; by F. Harrison. 1907. 14601 

[Philp (Robert K.)] The domestic world, a guide. - - - 64009 

- Enquire within upon everything. 1905. .... 03201 
Philpott (Hugh B.) London at school. 1904. ill. - - - 37906 
Phin (John) The seven follies of science. 1906. ill. - - 50412 
Phoebe of the White Farm ; by M. de la C. Crommelin. - - 125 CI 
Phonetics. Sweet (H.) A primer of phonetics. 1906. - - 41401 
Phonography. See Shorthand. 

Photography. For lists of related subjects, see Arts, Fine. Light. 

- Abney (Sir W. de W.) Action of light in photography. 1897. 77006 

- Bayley (R. C.) The complete photographer. 1906. ill. - 77002 

- In Cassell's New technical educator, v. 1-3. ill. - - - 60306-8 

- Gibson (C. R. ) The romance of modern photography. 1908. ill. 77010 

- Guest (A. ) Art and the camera. 1907. ill. - 77003 

- Konig(E.) Natural-color photography, ill. - 77009 

- Story (A. T.) The story of photography. 1898. ill. - - 77001 

- See also Camera. Enlarging. Finger-prints. Lenses. Negatives. 

Retouching. Slides. 
Photometry. Dibdin (W. J.) Photometry. In Chemical 

technology, v. 4. 1903. ill. 62430 

Phrenology. For list of related subjects, see Mind and body. 

- Williams (W. M.) A vindication of phrenology. 1894. ill. - 13901 

Phroso, a romance ; by Anthony Hope. 82H11 

Phthisis. See Consumption. 

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Physical education. For lists of related subjects, see Education. Health. 

- Denyer (C. H. ) and Hand (J. E.) Science and physical 

development. In Science in public affairs. 1906. - 30412 

- Miles (E. H.) Cassell's Physical educator. 1904. ill. - - 61325 

- Miiller (J. P.) My system. 1905. ill. - - - . - - 61308 

- Sandow (E.) The construction and reconstruction of the 

human body. 1907. ill. 61307 

- Saxon (A.) The development of physical power, ill. - - 61303 

- Watts (Mrs. R.) The fine art of jujutsu. 1906. ill. - - 61304 

- See also Gymnastics. 

Physical geography. For list of related subjects, see Geology. 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 1-2. 1903. ill. - - 03202-3 

- Mill (H. R.) The realm of nature. 1897. ill. maps. - - 55113 

- Stainer (W. J.) Notes on physiography, ill.- - - - 55120 

- See also Earthquakes. Ice. Mountains. Sea. Water. 
Physicians. Young (J.) Jewish mediciners. In his Essays. 1904. E2Y1 
Physics. For list of other branches of science, see Science. 

- Bower (W. R.) and Satterly (J.) Practical physics. 1906. ill. 53003 

- Deschanel (A. P. ) Natural philosophy. 1902-4. 4 v. ill. 

1. Mechanics, hydrostatics, and pneumatics, 53002. 2. Heat, 53601. 
3. Electricity, 53702. 4. Sound and light, 53401. 

- Ganot (A.) Elementary treatise on physics. ,1906. ill. - 53015 

- Harrison (J. A. and W. J.) Elementary science [physics]. 1903. 53005 

- In Hobbes (T.) English works, v. 1, 7. - - - - 19209, 19215 

1. Physics, or, the phenomena of nature. 7. Decameron physiologicum. 

- Hooton (W. M.) Junior experimental science. 1906. - - 53007 

- Kelvin (Lord) and Tait (P. G. ) Elements of natural philosophy. 

1894. ill. 53014 

- Locke (J.) Elements of natural philosophy. In his Works, v. 2. 19202 

- Mackenzie (A. H.) Mechanics and physics. 1907. ill.- - 53011 

- Shenstone (W. A.) The new physics and chemistry. 1906. - 53009 

- Tristram (J. F.) Practical physics for beginners. 1904. ill. 53006 

- Tyndall (J.) Study of physics. In his Fragments, v. 1. 1902. 50408 

- Watson (W.) A text-book of practical physics. 1906. ill. - 53008 

- Wright (C. R. A.) The threshold of science. 1892. ill. - 53013 

- See also Electricity. Fluids. Gases. Heat. Hydraulics. Light. 

Magnetism. Matter. Mechanics. Radium. Sound. 

Physics and politics ; by W. Bagehot. 1896. - 30107 

Physiognomy. See Expression. 

Physiography. See Physical geography. 

Physiology. For lists of related subjects, see Medicine. Zoology. 

- Agassiz (L.) and Gould (A. A.) Comparative physiology. 1851. 59106 

- Cleland (J. ) Animal physiology, the human body. ill. - - 61201 

- Foster (Sir M.) Text-book of physiology. 1893-1900. v. 1-4. ill. 61207-10 

- Lea (A. S.) The chemical basis of the animal body. 1902. * 61212 

" An appendix to Foster's ' Text book of physiology."' 

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Physiology. Human physiology. In Cassell's New popular 

educator, v. 1-2. ill. - 03202-3 

- Hunter (J. ) Essaysonnaturalhistory, physiology [etc.] 1861. 2 v. 59104 5 

- Sherrington (C. S. ) Physiology, its scope and method. In 

Lectures on the method of science. 1906. - - - 50421 

- See also Brain. Breathing. Digestion. Old age. Senses. 
Phythian (J. E. ) Trees in nature, myth, and art. 1907. ill. - 71501 
Pianoforte. For list of other subjects in music, see Music. 

- Bertini (H. J.) Twenty-five studies, fo. - - - - 78606 

- Burrowes (J. F.) The pianoforte primer. 1878. mus. - - 78615 

"Containing the rudiments of music." 

- Czerny (C.) First instructor in pianoforte playing. 4°. mus. 78601 

- Ehrenfechter (C. A.) Technical study in the art of pianoforte- 

playing, mus. 78618 

- Hemy (H. F.) Tutor for the pianoforte, fo. mus. - - 78607 

- Taylor (F.) Primer of pianoforte playing. 1899. - - - 78603 
Pianoforte music. See Music, Instrumental, Pianoforte. 
Pickering (Sidney) Key of paradise. - - - - - 43 PI 

Pickthall (Marmaduke) Brendle. 81 PI 

Pickwick papers ; by C. Dickens. 4 copies. - - - - 30 D 17 

Pickworth (Charles N.) Logarithms for beginners. 1904. - 51004 

Picton (James A.) Pantheism, its story and significance. 1905. 21201 

Picture galleries. In Buskin (J.) On the old road, v. 2. 1899. 70402 
Pictures. See Painting. 

Pierce (Franklin) The tariff and the trusts. 1907. - - 33704 

Pierre and his people, tales of the far north ; by Sir G. Parker. - 8P4 

Piers the plowman ; by W. Langland. 701 L 

Pierson (Arthur T.) The Bible and spiritual criticism. 1906. 22006 

Pietro Ghisleri [a novel] ; by F. M. Crawford. .... H6C18 
Pigments. See Colour. 

Pigott (T. D.) London birds, and other sketches. 1902. ill.- 59810 

Pigs in clover [a novel] ; by Frank Danby. - - - - 73 Dl 

Pike (G. H.) The life and work of Charles H. Spurgeon. 6 v. ill. S421-6 

- Oliver Cromwell and his times. 1907. ill. - C028 

Pikemen, a romance ; by S. R. Keightley. 8K2 

Pilgrimage of the Ben Beriah ; by C. M. Yonge. - - - 2Y21 

Pilgrims of the Rhine ; by Lord Lytton. - 74L14 

Pilgrim's progress ; by J. Bunyan. ill. 2 copies. - - - 24406 

Pillar of dust ; by F. Campbell. 158 CI 

Pillars of the house ; by C. M. Yonge. 2Y37 

Pilot, a tale of the sea ; by J. F. Cooper. 2 copies. - - - 88 C 7 

Pilot at Swan Creek [etc.] ; by Ralph Connor. 2 copies. - - 80 CI 

Pinch of prosperity, a [story] ; by H. A. Vachell. - - - 2V2 

Pindar. The Olympian odes ; trans, by C. Mayne. - - - 701 P 
Pinkerton (R. H.) joint-author. See Bryan (G. H.) 

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Pixkertox (Thomas) Blue bonnets up, a romance. - - - 44 PI 
Pioneering. For list of related subjects, see History. 

- Sanderson (E.) Heroes of pioneering. 1908. ill. - - - 90606 

Early settlement in Virginia. The French in Canada. The founders 
of New England. Settlement of Kentucky. Sir Stamford Raffles. Rajah 
Brooke of Borneo. France in Algeria. General Jacob and Jacobabad. 
General Dodds and Dahomey. The British in Nigeria. [Etc.] 

Pioneers [Leather-stocking series, No. 4] ; by J. F. Cooper. - 88 C 3 

" Pip," a romance of youth ; by I. Hay. 126 HI 

Pirate ; by Captain F. Marryat. 52M19 

Pirate; by Sir W. Scott. 3 copies. 35S15 

Pit, a story of Chicago ; by F. Norris. 13 Nl 

A sequel to " The octopus," 13|N2. 

Pitman (Sir Isaac) Shorthand instructor ; with key. - - 65305 

- The phonographic teacher ; with key. 65301 

- Shorthand manual ; with key. 65303 

- Shorthand reporter. 65307 

- The phonographic phrase book. 65308 

- Shorthand dictionary. ...-_... 65309 
Pitman's Dictionary of commercial correspondence. 1907. - 65003 

- Secretary's handbook ; by H. E. Blain and others. 1908. - 65004 

- Solicitor's clerk's guide ; by E. A. Cope. .... 34003 
Pitt, William, Earl of Chatham. See Chatham, Earl of. 

Pitt, Wm. Whibley (C.) Pitt [a biography]. 1906. port. ill. - P142 
Pittman (J.) and others. The songs of Scotland. 2 v. mus. - 78402-3 
Plague. For list of related subjects, see Disease. 

- Jennings (W. E. ) A manual of plague. 1903. ill. - - 61609 
Plaideurs, comedie ; par J. Racine ; with notes. - - - 44808 
Plain living, a bush idyll ; by Rolf Boldre wood. - - 71 B 3 

Plain tales from the hills ; by R. Kipling. 28 K8 

Planche (James R. ) History of British costume. 1900. ill. - 39101 
Plants. See Botany. Gardening. 

Plastering. For list of related subjects, see Building. 

- Millar (W.) Plastering, plain and decorative. 1905. ill. - 69303 

Plate. Wyllie (B.) Sheffield plate, ill. 67109 

Platform, pulpit, and desk, outline addresses ; by W. N. Edwards. 17804 
Plato. Works ; trans, by H. Cary and others. 6 v. port. - 88804-9 

1. Apology of Socrates. Crito. Phaedo. Gorgias. Protagoras. 
Phsedrus. Theaetetus. Euthyphron. Lysis. 2. The republic. Timgeus. 
Critias. 3. Meno. Euthydemus. The sophist. The statesman. Cratylus. 
Parmenides. The banquet. 4. Philebus. Charmides. Laches. Menexenns. 
Hippias major. Hippias minor. Ion. First Alcibiades. Second 
Alcibiades. Theages. The rivals. Hipparchus. Minos. Clitopho. The 
epistles. 5. The laws. 6. Doubtful works. Lives of Plato. Index. 

Plato. Dods (M.) Christian element in Plato. In his Erasmus. E4D1 

Play. Stevenson (R. L.) Child's play. In his Virginibus 

puerisque, and other papers. 1902.- - - - El SI 

Playactress; by S. R. Crockett. - - r - - - 120 C 18 

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Plays. See Drama. 

Plays and Puritans, and other essays ; by C. Kingsley. 1890. - E1K2 

Pleasantness. In [Helps (Sir A.)] Friends in council, v. 2. 1894. E6H2 

Ploetz (Cakl) An epitome of history. 90202 

Plumbing. For list of related subjects, see Building. 

- In Cassell's New technical educator, v. 1-4. ill. - - - 60306-9 

- Shaw (A. H.) Elementary science applied to sanitation and 

plumbers' work. 1906. ill. 62807 

Plunkett (Charles H.) Letters of one, a study in limitations. 79P1 

Plurality of worlds, an essay ; by [W. Whewell]. 1867. - - 21511 
Plutarch. Lives ; trans, by J. and W. Langthorne. 2 v. mem. - 88802-3 

- Lives of Coriolanus, Caesar, Brutus, and Antonius. bihl. - 88813 
Plymouth Brethren. For list of other sects, see Sects. 

- Neatby(W.B.) History of the Plymouth Brethren. 1901. bibl. 28902 
Pneumatics. See Gases. 

Poacher; by Captain F. Marryat. - 52M20 

Poe (Clarence H.) joint- author. See Burkett (Charles W.) 

Poe (Edgar Allan) Poems, complete. 1893. mem. - - 102 P 

Poe, Edgar Allan. Stoddard (R. H.) Memoir of Poe. port. - P081 

- In Vincent (L. H. ) American literary masters. 1906. - - 81001 
Poet at the breakfast-table ; ^y 0. W. Holmes. - - - - E5H3 
Poetry. For other branches of literature, see Literature. 

- Aristotle. Poetics. 88812 

- Beeching (H. C. ) English patriotic poetry. In his Provincial 

letters, and other papers. 1906. E6B1 

- Brooke (S. A. ) Studies in poetry. 1907. - - - - 82412 

William Blake. Sir Walter Scott. Inaugural address to the Shelley 
Society. The lyrics of Shelley. Epipsychidion. Keats. 

- Campion (T.) The art of poesy. With his Songs and masques. 1701 C 

- Collins (J. C.) Studies in poetry and criticism. 1905. - - E4C2 

The poetry and poets of America. The true functions of poetry. 

- Folliott (T. ) The poetic spirit, studies. 1906. - - - 80103 

- Gosse (E. W. ) Is verse in danger ? In his Questions at issue. 1893. 80403 

- In Hazlitt (W. ) Lectures on the English poets. 1884. - - 82004 

- Hunt (J. H. Leigh) What is poetry ? With Imagination and 

fancy. 1891. 82234 

- Lessing (G. E.) Laokoon, on the limits of painting and poetry. 

In his Selected prose works. 1905. 83801 

- In Prescott (W. H.) Miscellanies. E2P1 

Italian narrative poetry. Poetry and romance of the Italians. Da 
Ponte's Observations [on " Italian narrative poetry "]. 

- Warton (T.) The history of English poetry [1066-1616]. - - 82207 

- Yeats (W. B.) The symbolism of poetry [etc.] In his Ideas.- E1Y1 

- See also Rhymes. 

Poetry, Collections. The book of English poetry. 1869. - - 82214 

- Chambers (E. K.) ed. English pastorals, selected. 1895. - 82226 

- Collins (J. C. ) ed. A treasury of minor British poetry. - - 82232 

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Poetry, Collections. Costello (L. S.) ed. The rose garden of 

Persia. 1899. 89102 

- Gowaus (A. L.) ed. A treasury of English verse. 1907. ill. - 82215 

- Hunt (J. H. Leigh) ed. Imagination and fancy, selections 

from the English poets. 1891. 82234 

Spenser. Shakspeare. Milton. Keats. [Etc.] 

- Jerrold (W.) ed. The book of living poets. 1907.- - - 82413 

- Mackenzie (J.) ed. The beauties of Gaelic poetry, and lives of 

the Highland bards. 1907. 89105 

- Masson (G. ) ed. La lyre francaise. 1903. .... 84101 

- Miles (A. H.) ed. Poets and poetry of nineteenth century. - 82415 

JohnH. Frere- George Canning. Richard H. Barham. Thomas Hood. 
William M. Thackeray. William S. Gilbert. [Etc.] 

- Peek (H. ) ed. The poetry of sport. 1906. ill. - - - 82219 

- Scrymgeour (D. ) The poetry and poets of Britain, Chaucer to 

Tennyson. 1850. 82231 

- Sharp (E. A.) ed. Lyra Celtica, anthology of Celtic poetry. - 82228 

- Symons (A.) ed. A pageant of Elizabethan poetry. 1906. - 82304 

- Ward (T. H.) ed. English poets, selections. 1892-1905. 4 v. - 82221-4 

1. Chaucer to Donne. 2. Ben Jonson to Dryden. 3. Addison to Blake. 
4. Wordsworth to Tennyson. 

- Yeats (W. B.) ed. A book of Irish verse. 1900. - - - 82209 

- See also Ballads. Hymns. Songs. 

Poetry, Scottish. Borland (R.) Yarrow, its poets and poetry. - 82229 

- Brown (R.) Paisley poets, memoirs and selections. 2 v. 82409-10 

- Cunningham (A.) and Mackay (C.) eds. Ramsay, and earlier 

poets, mem. ill. 82220 

The poetical works of Hector Macneill. The poems and songs of Mr. 
Hamilton of Bangour. The poetical works of Robert Fergusson. Ancient 
ballads and songs of the north of Scotland. 

- Edwards (D. H.) ed. Modern Scottish poets. 1883. - - 82216 

- Harper (M. McL.) The bards of Galloway. 1889. mem. - 82407 

- Harvey (W.) The harp of Stirlingshire [an anthology]. 1897. 82227 

- Irving (D. ) The history of Scotish poetry. 1861.- - - 82225 

- Laing (D.) ed. Early Scottish metrical tales. 1889. - - 82303 
Poets. For list of related subjects, see Authors. 

- Gosse (E. W.) The Jacobean poets. 1894. - - - - 82306 
In his Questions at issue. 1893. 80403 

Has America produced a poet? What is a great poet ? 

- Hazlitt (W.) Lectures on the English poets. 1884. - - 82004 

On poetry. Chaucer* and Spenser. Shakspeare and Milton. Dryden 
and Pope. The modern poets. [Etc.] 

- Hill (J.) Great English poets. 1907. ill. - 99905 

- Saintsbury (G. E. B.) A frame of miniatures [French poets]. 

In his Miscellaneous essays. 1895. - - - - - E9S1 

- Stedman (E. C.) Victorian poets. 1876. .... 82406 

The period. W. S. Landor. E. B. Browning. Tennyson. Tennyson 
and Theocritus. R. Browning. Swinburne. [Etc.] 

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Bell (John J.) 
Bell (Mackenzie) 
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Blake (William) 
Bowles (Fred. G.) 
Bronte (Charlotte) 
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B.) 
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Bryant (William C.) 
Buchanan (George) 
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Burns (Robert) 
Butler (Samuel) 
Byron (George Gordon, 

Lord) 
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Campion (Thomas) 
Canton (William) 
Carman (Bliss) 
Chatterton (Thomas) 
Chaucer (Geoffrey) 
Chenier (Andre) 
Clough (Arthur H.) 
Coleridge (Samuel T.) 
Collins (William) 
[Combe (William)] 
Cook (Eliza) 
Coppee (Francois E. J.) 
Cowper (William) 
Crabbe (George) 
Crashaw (Richard) 
Crosland (Thomas W. H.) 
Dante Alighieri 
Davidson (John) 
De la Mare (Walter) 
Dixon (Richard W.) 
Dobson (Henry Austin) 
Doughty (Charles M.) 
Dryden (John) 
Dunbar (William) 
Dunton (Theodore Watts) 
Eliot (George) 
Emerson (Ralph Waldo) 
Ferguson (Sir S.) 
Fergusson (Robert) 
Fraser (Duncan) 
Gilfillan (George) 



Goethe (Johann W. von) 

Goldsmith (Oliver) 

Grant (David) 

Graves (Charles L.) 

Gray (David) 

Gray (Thomas) 

Gregory (John) 

Hamilton (William) 

Hardy (Thomas) 

Harte (Francis Bret) 

Havergal (Frances R.) 

Heber (Reginald) Bp. 

Heine (Heinrich) 

Henley (William E.) 

Herrick (Robert) 

Hogg (James) 

Holmes (Oliver Wendell) 

Homer 

Hood (Thomas) 

Hunt (James H. Leigh) 

Ingelow (Jean) 

Johnson (Samuel) 

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Joyce (James) 

Keats (John) 

Keble (John) 

Keegan (John) 

Kingsley (Charles) 

Kipling (Rudyard) 

Labiche (Eugene M.) 

La Fontaine (Jean de) 

Lampson ( Frederick Locker) 

Landor (Walter S.) 

Langland (William) 

Lessing (Gotthold E.) 

Longfellow (Henry \V.) 

Lowell (James R.) 

Lytton (Edward Robert, 

Earl of) 
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Macdonald (Hugh) 
Mackaye (Percy) 
Macleod (Angus) 
Macneill (Hector) 
Marlowe (Christopher) 
Marvel] (Andrew) 
Meredith (George) 
Mifflin (Lloyd) 
Milton (John) 
Moliere (Jean B. P.) 
Moore (Thomas) 
Morris (Sir Lewis) 
Morris (William) 
Musset (Louis C. A. de) 
Newman (John H.) Cardinal 
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Prior (Matthew) 
Procter (Adelaide A.) 
Ramsay (Allan) 
Rankine (William J. M.) 
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Rossetti (Christina G.) 
Rossetti (Dante G.) 
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Scheffel (J. V. von) 
Schiller (Johann C. F. von) 
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Poland. In Alison (Sir A. ) Essays, v. 3. 1S50. - - - E3A3 

- Bain (R. N.) Slavonic Europe, 1447-1796. 1908. bibl. maps. 94030 

- Brandes (G.) Poland, land, people, and literature. 1904. - 92910 

Polano (H.) ed. The Talmud, selections. 29602 

Police. Marriott (T.) and Gregg (B. M.) A constable's duty. 1904. 35210 

- Muir (J.) Police catechism, the duties of police. 1907.- - 35202 

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- Holmes (T.) Pictures and problems from London police courts. 36401 
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- Blackmar (F. W.) Economics for high schools. 1907. - - 32010 

- Bullock (C. J.) Introduction to study of economics, bibl. - 33012 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 7-8. 1903. - - - 03208-9 

- George (H.) The science of political economy. 1898. - - 33007 

- Gide (C. ) Principles of political economy. 1898. - - - 33014 

- Marshall (A.) Elements of economics of industry. 1898. - 33011 

- Mill (J. S.) Principles of political economy. 1904. - - 33004 

- Ruskin (J.) Munera pulveris, essays. 1904. - 33005 

- - Unto this last, essays on political economy. 1903. - - 33001 

- Seligman (E. R. A.) Principles of economics. 1907. bibl. ill. 33017 

" With special reference to American conditions." 

- Sidgwick (H.) Economic science. In his Essays. 1904. - E8S1 

- See also Banking. Capital. Co-operation. Factories. Finance. Free 

trade and protection. Labour. Land. Money. Poor. Produc- 
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Political parties. See Parties, Political. 

Political science. For other branches of sociology, see Sociology. 

- Bagehot(W.) Physics and politics. 1896. ... - 30107 

" On the application of the principles of 'natural selection' and 
1 inheritance ' to political science." 

- Bright (J.) Speeches on questions of public policy. 1898. - 82706 

- Cobden (R.) Speeches on questions of public policy. 1903. - 82719 

Free trade. Finance. War. Foreign policy. Peace. Parliamentary 
reform. Education. [Etc.] 

- Dunning (W. A.) A history of political theories. 1905. bibl. 32008 

- Elementary politics. In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 8. 03209 

- Froude (J. A. ) Reciprocal duties of state and subject. In his 

Short studies, v. 2. 1903. E2F2 

- MacCunn (J.) Six radical thinkers. 1907. - - - 32014 

" Bentham, J. S. Mill, Cobden, Carlyle, Mazzini, T. H. Green." 

- Raleigh (Sir T.) Elementary politics. 1905.- - - - 32009 

- Rousseau (J. J. ) The social contract. 32001 

- Shaw (A.) Political problems of American development. 1907. 32004 

- Spencer (H.) Political institutions. 1882. - - - 32003 

- Tolstoy (Count) The end of the age. 1906. - - - - 32006 

- See also Church and state. Citizenship. Colonies, British. Common- 

wealths. Democracy. Despotism. Elections. Emigration. 
Foreign relations. Imperial federation. Imperialism. Liberty. 
Parliament. Parties, Political. Slavery. Village communities. 
Woman suffrage. 
Politovsky (Eugene S.) From Libau to Tsushima. 1906. - 95109 

"The voyage of Rojdestvensky's fleet to eastern seas." 
Pollard (Albert F.) Factors in modern history. 1907. - 91227 

Pollock (John) Popish plot, a study of the reign of Charles II. 91333 

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Polly Oliver's problem ; by K. D. Wiggin. - - - - 55 W 9 

Polo (Marco) Travels [in Asia, 1271-95] ; ed. by T. Wright. - 94302 
Pomeroy Abbey, a romance ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. - 10W38 

Pomp of the Lavilettes ; by Sir G. Parker. - - - - 8P1 

Pompeii. Boissier(G.) Rome and Pompeii. 1905. plans. - 93615 
Ponds. For list of related subjects, see Zoology. 

- Furneaux (W. S.) Life in ponds and streams. 1897. HI. - 59020 

- Johnson (W. B. and S. C.) Pond and stream life. 1907. ill. 59033 
Pool in the desert [and other stories] ; by Mrs. E. Cotes. - - 97 CI 
Poole (Stanley L. ) Egypt in the middle ages. 1901. ill. map. 95716 
Poor. For list of related subjects, see Political economy. 

- Carlile (W. and V. W.) The continental outcast. 1906. ill. 33120 

"Land colonies and poor law relief." 

- Clay (Sir A.) and others. The manufacture of paupers. 1906. bibl. 33902 

- Dodd (J. T.) Administrative reform and the Local Government 

Board. 1906. - 35203 

- [Helps (Sir A.)] Rural poor. In his Friends in council, v. 1. - E6H1 

- Higgs (M.) Glimpses into the abyss. 1906. - 33901 

- Lofthouse (W. F.) Poverty, its facts and problems. In The 

citizen of to-morrow. 1906. bibl. 30409 

- Mai very (O. C.) The soul market [life and work of the poor]. 33111 

- Money (L. G. C.) Riches and poverty. 1906. - - - 33010 

- Sellers (E.) Foreign solutions of poor law problems. * - 33903 

- Sutter (J. ) Britain's next campaign. 1904. ... - 33119 

- See also Charity. 

Poor Jack ; by Captain F. Marryat. 52 M 7 

Poor Miss Finch, a domestic story ; by W. Wilkie Collins. - 75C16 

Popanilla ; by the Earl of Beaconsfield. 31 B 9 

Pope (Alexander) Poetical works. 1894. 2 v. ill. - - 401-2 P 

- Selections. In English poets, v. 3. 1904. mem. - - - 82223 

- An essay on criticism ; The rape of the lock ; An essay on 

man [poems], mem. 101 G 

Pope, Alexander. In Birrell (A.) Collected essays, v. 1. 1902. E1B1 

- In Hazlitt (W.) Lectures on the English poets. 1884. - - 82004 

- Kingsley (C.) Alexander Smith and A. Pope. In his Lectures. E1K4 

- In Lowell (J. R.) My study windows. El LI 

- Stephen (Sir L.) Pope as a moralist. In his Hours in a library. E4S1 

- In Thackeray (W. M. ) English humourists, port. ill. 2 copies. 12T7 
Pope (F. L.) Modern practice of electric telegraph. 1891. ill. 65404 
Pope Jacynth, and other fantastic tales ; by Vernon Lee. - - 27L1 
Popes. For list of related subjects, see Christian biography. 

- Gosselin (M.) Power of the pope during middle ages. 2 v. - 28214-5 

11 Inquiry into origin of the temporal power." 

- Isaacson (C. S.) The later popes, 1414-1906. 1906. ill. - 28210 

- Ranke (L. von) The history of the popes. 1902-6. 3 v. - 99810-2 

- Macaulay (Lord) Ranke [History of the popes]. In his Works. 82827 

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- Gull (C. A. E. ft.) The fires of Moloch. In his "I believe," 

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- Hume (D.) Of the populousness of ancient nations. In his Essays. E3H1 
Port Arthur. Bartlett (E. A.) Port Arthur, siege. 1906. ill. - 95111 

- Sakurai (T.) Human bullets, story of Port Arthur. 1907. - 95119 
Port -Glasgow. Brown (A.) History of Glasgow, Port-Glasgow 

[etc.] 1795-7. 2v.ini.- - - ' - - - - 92316 

Port Royal. Romanes (E.) The story of Port Royal. 1907. ill. 27203 

- /ft Stephen (Sir J.) Essays, v. 1. 1907.- -* - 99816 

Portals of love ; by V. Tweedale. 53 Tl 

Porter (Alfred W.) joint-author. See Foster (G. C.) 

Porter (Charles) School hygiene. 1906. ill.- - - - 37111 

Porter (Jane) The Scottish chiefs [a romance]. 2 copies. - 50 PI 

Porter (Mary W.) What Rome was built with. 1907. - - 93623 
Portia, or, 'by passions rocked' ; by Mrs. M. W. Hungerford. 104 H 10 

Portreeve [a novel] ; by E. Phillpotts. 41 P 2 

Portugal. Hume (M. A. S.) Through Portugal. 1907. ill. - 93414 

Portuguese language. See Language, Portuguese. 

Portuguese literature. See Literature, Portuguese. 

Positivism. For list of other philosophical systems, see Philosophy. 

- Comte (A. ) Positive philosophy. 1896. 3 v. - - -19401-3 

- Harrison (F. ) The philosophy of common sense. 1907. - - 14601 
Posselt (E. A.) Recent improvements in textile machinery 

relating to weaving. 2 v. ill. 67707-8 

- Technology of textile design, ill. 67710 

Post (Louis F.) Ethical principles of marriage and divorce. - 17310 
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- Smith (B. T. K.) How to collect postage stamps. 1907. bill. ill. 38301 
Pottery. See Clay. 

Poudre aux yeux, comedie ; par E. M. Labiche et E. Martin. - 301 L 
Poultry. For list of other domestic animals, see Domestic animals. 

- Brown (E.) Races of domestic poultry. 1906. ill. - - 63602 
Poverty. See Poor. 

Powell (Frances) The house on the Hudson. - - - - 78 PI 
Powell (P.) joint-author. See Hodges (W. H.) 

Power (John O'C. ) The making of an orator. 1906. - - 80809 

Powicke (F. M.) Pierre Dubois, mediaeval radical. In Essays. 90406 
Poynting- (J. H.) and Thomson (J. J.) A text-book of physics, 

sound. 1906. ill. 53402 

Praed (Mrs. Campbell) Dwellers by the river. - - - 54 PI 

- The lost Earl of Elian, a story. 54 P 2 

Praed (Winthrop M.) Political and occasional poems, port. - 601 P 

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Praed, Winthrop M. In Saintsbury (G. E. B.) Essays, v. I. 1896. 82103 

Praeger (R. L.) Open-air studies in botany, wild-flowers, ill. 58204 
Praeterita, my past life ; by J. Ruskin. 1899-1905. 3 v. ill. - R031-3 

Prairie [Leather-stocking series, No. 5] ; by J. F. Cooper. - 88 CIO 

Pratt (Alfred) and Eve (A.) Indexing and precis writing. - 02902 

Pratt (Edwin A.) British canals. 1906. ill. - 38601 

- The licensed trade. 1907. 17805 

Pratt (James B.) The psychology of religious belief. 1907. - 20102 

Pray (Thomas) Twenty years with the indicator. 189-1. ill. - 62111 
Prayer. For list of related subjects, see Theology. 

- McFadyen (J. E.) Prayers of the Bible. 1906. - - - 22105 

- Morgan (G. C. ) Practice of prayer. 1906. .... 26403 

- Murray (A.) With Christ in the school of prayer. 1898. - 24802 
Prayer book. For list of related subjects, see Church, England. 

- Ridgeway (C. J. ) Story of the prayer book. 1906. ill. - 26402 
Preaching. For list of related subjects, see Theology, Pastoral. 

- In Dods (M.) Erasmus, and other essays. 1891. - - - E4D1 

- Garvie (A. E. ) A guide to preachers. 1907. - - - - 25102 

- Smyth (J. P.) The preacher and his sermon. 1907. - - 25103 

- Torrey (R. A.) Anecdotes and illustrations. 1907. - - 25101 

Precaution, a novel ; by J. F. Cooper. 88C24 

Precis-writing. For list of related subjects, see Business. 

- Latter (H.) Precis writing. 1903-6. 2 v. - - -65803-4 

- Pratt (A.) and Eve (A.) Indexing and precis-writing. - - 02902 
Pre-Raphaelitism. In Mourey (G.) Across the Channel, art in 

London. 1896. - 91711 

- In Ruskin (J.) Architecture and painting. 1902. - - - 72002 

- - In his On the old road, v. 1. 1899. 70401 

" Presbytery examined" ; by the Duke of Argyll. 1848. - - 27507 

Prescott (E. Livingston) The queen's own traitors. - - 56 PI 

Prescott (Wm. H.) Biographical and critical miscellanies. . - E2P1 

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Bancroft's United States. Moliere. Italian narrative poetry. Poetry and 
romance of the Italians. Scottish song. Da Ponte's Observations on [" Italian 
narrative poetry"]. Ticknor's History of Spanish literature. [Etc.] 

- History of the conquest of Mexico [648-1547]. 1903. - - 97601 
Present truth, sermons ; by C. H. Spurgeon. 1883. - - - 25235 
Preserving. See Fruit. 

President's daughters, including Nina ; by F. Bremer. - - 86 B 4 

Press. See Journalism. 

Preston. Clemesha (H. W.) The borough of Preston and its 

Gild Merchant. In Historical essays. 1907. bibl. - 90406 

Preston fight, or, the insurrection of 1715; by W. H. Ainsworth. 16 A4 
Prestwich (Sir Joseph) Geology. 1886-8. 2 v. ill. maps. -55008-9 

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Prevost d'Exiles (Antoine F.) Histoire de Manon Lescaut. - 57P1 

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Prick of conscience ; by Alan St. Aubyn. - - - - 4S1 

Pride and prejudice ; by J. Austen. 60A1 

Priestley, Joseph. In Huxley (T. H. ) Science and education. - 50423 

- Thorpe (T. E.) Priestley [life and work], port. - - P071 
Priestman (Howard) Principles of worsted spinning. 1906. - 67703 
Prince and the page, a story of the last crusade ; by C. M. Yonge. 2Y28 
Prince and the pauper, a tale; by Mark Twain. - - 52 Tl 

Prince of the blood ; by J. Payn. ♦ 18 P 3 

Prince Otto, a romance ; by R. L. Stevenson. .... 120 S 16 

Princess, a medley ; by Lord Tennyson. 1892. - 302T 

Princess Casamassima, a novel ; by H. James. - - - - 7J1 

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Princess Sophia [a romance] ; by E. F. Benson.- - - - 46B4 
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- Jacobi (C. T.) Some notes on books and printing. 1902. - 65502 

- Southward (J.) Modern printing. 1900. ill. - - - 65503 
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Prior (Matthew) Selected poems, port. 201 P 

Prior, Matthew. In Thackeray (W. M.) English humourists. 

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Prisoner of Zenda ; by Anthony Hope. 82 HI 

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- Balfour (J. S.) My prison life. 1907. B311 

- Carlyle (T.) Model prisons. In Latter-day pamphlets. - - E1C10 
Pritchard (Eric) Infant education. 1907. ... - 61305 

Advice to mothers on the health of infants. 

Pritchard (Martin J.) The passion of Rosamund Keith. - 76P1 

Pritchett (Henry S.) The power that makes for peace. In 

Some neglected aspects of war. 1907. - 17202 

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Privateersman, adventures; by Captain F. Marryat. - - 52M21 

Privy seal, his last venture ; by F. M. Hueffer. - - - - 99 H 4 

A sequel to " The fifth queen," 99 HI. 

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Procter (Adelaide A.) Complete [poetical] works, mem. port. 101 P 

Procter (H. R.) Leather manufacture. 1903. ill. - - - 67502 

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Prodigal son ; by Hall Caine. 5C9 

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- Castberg (P. H.) Production, a study in economics. 1907. - 33805 

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- Hicks (J. W. ) Vocations for our sons. 1906. - - - 65802 

- Kingston (A.) How to start in life. 65801 

- See also Accountancy. 

Professor [a story] ; by C. Bronte. 92 B4 

Professor at the breakfast- table ; by 0. W. Holmes. - - - E5H1 

Professor's experiment ; by Mrs. M. W. Hungerford. - - 104H3 

Professor's legacy ; by Mrs. A. Sidgwick. ----- 64S1 

Profit and loss [a novel] ; by J. Oxenham. 1902 

Profit of love, studies in altruism ; by A. A. McGinley. 1907. - 17123 
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- Avebury (Lord) Hope of progress. In his Pleasures of life. - E2A1 

- In Froude (J. A.) Short studies, v. 2. 1903. - - - - E2F2 
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Progress and poverty [land question] ; by H. George. 1905. - 33301 
Progress of Priscilla ; by Lucas Cleeve. - - - - 56 C 4 
Projection. In Cassell's New technical educator, v. 1-3. ill. - 60306-8 
Prophecy. For list of other Biblical subjects, see Bible. 

- Girdlestone (R. B.) The grammar of prophecy. 1901. - - 22014 
Prophet's reward [a novel] ; by Mrs. E. H. Strain. - - - 172S2 
Prospector, a tale of the Crow's Nest Pass ; by Ralph Connor. - 80 C 4 
Protection. See Free trade and protection. 

Protege de Marie- Antoinette ; par X. Marmier ; notes. 1901. ill. 44840 
Protestantism. For list of other sects, see Sects. 

- Fletcher (C. R. L.) Gustavus Adolphus and Protestantism, ill. G141 

- Froude (J. A. ) Condition and prospects of Protestantism. In 

his Short studies, v. 2. 1903. E2F2 

Prout (Ebenezer) Instrumentation, mus. ... - 78105 
Provencal literature. See Literature, Provencal. 
Proverbs. For list of related subjects, see Folk-lore. 

- Bohn (H. G. ) A hand-book of proverbs. 1905. - - - 39808 

- Spurgeon (C. H.) ed. Salt-cellars, proverbs. 1889-93. 2 v. 39819-20 
Proverbs, Book of. See Bible. 

Provincial letters, and other papers ; by H. C. Beeching. - - E6B1 

Provost, and other tales ; by J. Gait. 7G2 

Pryce (Daisy H.) Love's mirage. 82 PI 

Pryce (Richard) Just impediment. 62 PI 

- Time and the woman. - - - - - - - 62 P 2 

Psalms. See Bible. 

Psychical research. For list of related subjects, see Mind and body. 

- Cooke (J. T.) Psychic and nervous forces. 1905. - - - 13406 

- Hyslop (J. H.) Borderland of psychical research. 1906. - 13403 

Science and a future life. 1906. 13402 

Psycho-physics. McDougall (VV.) Psycho-physical method. In 

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- Hobbes (T. ) Human nature. In his English, works, v. 4. 

- Hunter (J.) Essays, natural history, psychology [etc.] - 

- James (W.) Talks to teachers on psychology. 1905. 

- Hayward (F. H.) The secret of Herbart. 1907. - 

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- Mitchell (W.) Structure and growth of the mind. 1907. 

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- Sully (J.) The teacher's handbook of psychology. 1906. 

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Public-house trusts. In George (W. L.) Social progress. 1907. 
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Pcckle (G. H.) Elementary treatise on conic sections. 1903. - 
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- Douglas (E.) The pudding and pastry book. - 

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- Frere ( W. H. ) and Douglas (C. E. ) eels. Puritan manifestoes. 1907. 28505 

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Purple head ; by E. W. Pngh. ------- 63P2 

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Pusey, Edward B. Russell (G. VY. E.)Pusey[abiography]. 1907. port. P181 

Put yourself in his place ; by C. Reade. 2 copies. - - 16 R 2 

Poxley (Herbert L.) Modern dairy-farming. 1906. ill. - 63701 

Pyramids. Smyth (C. P.) Our inheritance in the great pyamid. 95706 

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Quakeress ; by Max Adeler. - - - - - - 10 A 1 

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- Fletcher (B.) Quantities, a text-book. 1903. ill.- - - 69203 

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- Stephenson (G. ) The quantity student's assistant. 1907. - 69204 

Quarles, Francis. Adams (W. H. D.) Quarles " Emblems." In 

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Qcjatrefages (Armand de) The human species. 1879. - - 57302 

Queechy ; by S. Warner. -------- 21W6 

Queen can do no wrong; by H. E. Compton. ... - 77C2 

A sequel to " The palace of spies," 77 CI. 

Queen of hearts ; by \V. Wilkie Collins. 75 C 2 

Queen of love, a novel ; by S. Baring Gould. ... - 43G2 
Queen of queens [Isabella of Spain] ; by C. Hare. 1906. ill. map. 1041 

Queen of Sheba [a novel] ; by T. B. Aldrich. - - - - 21 A 1 

Queen of the air, Greek myths ; by J. Ruskin. 190."). - - 29201 

Queen of the meadow, a novel ; by C. Gibbon. - 21G1 

Queen of the rushes, a tale ; by Allen Raine. - - - - 5R1 

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Queen's necklace ; by A. Dumas. 58 D 4 

"Sequel to ' Memoirs of a physician,* " 58D3. 

Queen's own traitors ; by E. Livingston Prescott. - - - 56P1 

Queen's quair [a romance] ; by M. Hewlett. - - - - 57 HI 

Queen's tragedy [a romance] ; by R. H. Benson. - - - 139 B 2 

Queensland. Rutlidge (C. S.) Guide to Queensland. 1S99. ill. 98901 

- In Senior (W.) Near and far, sketches of sport. 1890. - - 79915 

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his My study windows. E1L1 

Quinet, Edgar. Saintsbury (G. E. B.) Paradox on Quinet. In 

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activity. 1906. 53901 

- Levy (L. A.) and Willis (H. G.) Radium and other radio- 

active elements, ill. 54602 

Rae, Henrietta [her life and art] ; by A. Fish. 1905. port. ill. R151 

Rae (John) The sociological theory of capital. 1905. mem. - 33117 
Rae (John J.) ed. The ministers of Glasgow and their churches, ill. 92308 
Raeburn, Sir Henry. Andrew ( W. R.) Life of Sir H. Raeburn. 1894. R 161 

- In Brown (J.) Horae subsecivae, v. 3. 1897. - E2B3 

- In Cunningham (A.) and Heaton (Mrs. C.) British painters. - 99710 
Raffles, Sir Stamford. In Sanderson (E.) Heroes. 1908. ill. - 90606 
Raffles, the amateur cracksman ; by E. W. Hornung. - - 89 HI 
Rahilly (Jerome J.) Rugby football. 1904. - - - 79705 

Rahtz(F. J.) Higher English. 1907. 42002 

Raiders [a story] ; by S. R. Crockett. - - - - - 120 C 2 

Railway man and his children ; by Mrs. M. O. W. Oliphant. - 6017 

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Railways. For lists of related subjects, see Engineering. Transportation. 

- Acworth (W. M.) The railways and the traders, rates 

question. 1906. 38501 

- Allen (C. F.) Railroad curves and earthwork. 1907. ill. - 62708 

- Grinling (C. H.) Railways. In British industries. 1907. - 33804 

- Williams (A. ) The romance of modern locomotion. 1907. ill. 62710 

- See also Tube railways. 

Rainbow. Tyndall (J. ) The rainbow and its congeners. In his 

New fragments. 1897. ------- 50410 

Raine (Allen) Hearts of Wales, an old romance. - - - 5R2 

- Queen of the rushes, a tale. - - - - - - - 5R1 

Rainy (Robert) Sojourning with God, and other sermons. 1902. 25226 

Rainy, Robert, Life of ; by D. G. Mitchell. [1907]. port. ill. R121 

Rait (RobertS.) and others. The Union of 1707. 1907. - 91830 
Rajah's diamond [stories] ; by R. L. Stevenson.- - - - 120S12 

Raleigh (Sir Thomas) Elementary politics. 1905. - - - 32009 

Raleigh, Sir Walter. In Innes (A. D. ) Ten Tudor statesmen, port. 99822 

- Kingsley (C.) Raleigh and his time. In Plays and Puritans.- E1K2 

- Taylor (I. A.) Sir Walter Raleigh [a biography]. 1905. port. R022 
Raleigh (Walter) The English novel, its history to [1814]. - 82606 

- The English voyages, sixteenth century. 1906. - - - 90823 

- Shakespeare [a biography]. 1907. S072 

Rambaud (Alfred) History of Russia to 1877 ; with additional 

chapters, 1877-1904, by G. M. Adam. 2 v. ill. - - 94028-9 
Rammohun Roy, Rajah. In Mliller (F. Max) Works, v. 6. - E5M2 
Ramsay (Allan) Poems, selected. 1887. mem. - - 401 R 

- and others. Poems, mem. port. ill. ----- 82220 
Ramsay (Edward B. B.) Reminiscences of Scottish life. - - 91803 
Ramsay (Sir James H.) Lancaster and York, 1399-1485. 2 v. ill. 91331-2 
Ramsay (William) Manual of Roman antiquities. 1901. ill.- 93612 
Ramsay (Sir William M.) Impressions of Turkey. 1897. - 93904 
Ramsay (Lady) Everyday life in Turkey. 1903. - - - 93907 
Randolph, John. Adams (H.) John Randolph [a biography]. 1898. R041 
Ranjitsinhji (K. S.) The jubilee book of cricket. 1898. port. ill. 79701 
Ranke (Leopold von) History of the popes. 1902-6. 3 v.- - 99810-2 
Ranke, Leopold von. Macaulay (Lord) Von Ranke [History of 

the popes]. In his Works. ------ 82827 

[Rankin (D. R.)] Notices relating to Carluke, 1288-1874. - - 92015 

Rankin (James) Church ideas in Scripture and Scotland. 1898. 26001 
Rankin (Margaret C.) Manual of science of laundry work. ill. 64801 

Rankine (William J. M.) Applied mechanics. 1904. ill. - 62006 

- A manual of civil engineering. 1904. ill. - 62002 

- Songs and fables. 1874. port. ill. 701 R 

Ransome (Arthur) Bohemia in London. 1907. ill. - - 91720 

Ranson's folly [and other stories] ; by R. H. Davis. - - 17 Dl 

Raphael. Ady (Mrs. H.) Raphael [his life and art], ill.- - R201 

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Raphael. Alison (Sir A.) Virgil, Tasso, and Raphael. In his 

Essays, v. 3. E3A3 

Rappoport (A. S.) The English drama. 1906.- - - - 82510 

- Russian history. 1905. 94025 

Rasselas, Prince of Abyssinia, a romance; by S. Johnson.- - 22 Jl 

Rathgen (Friedkich) Preservation of antiquities. 1905. - 57901 
Rating. See Taxation. 

Rational living, inferences from psychology ; by H. C. King. - 15009 
Rattenbury ( J . E. ) John Wesley and the social service. In The 

citizen of to-morrow. 1906. 30409 

Rattlin, the reefer ; by E. Howard. 52M22 

Rauschenbusch (W.) Christianity and the social crisis. 1907. 26101 

Raven (John J.) The bells of England. 1906. ill.- - - 67301 
Ravenshear (Albert F.) joint-author. See Pettigrew (William F.) 

Ravenshoe [a story] ; by H. Kingsley. 26 Kl 

Raw material, episodes among working lads ; by P. Bottome. - 142 Bl 

Rawlings (Gertrude B.) Story of British coinage. 1898. ill. 33201 

Rawlinson (George) Manual of ancient history [to a.d. 651]. - 90201 

- The origin of nations, maps. - - - - - - - 90307 

- and Gilman (A.) Ancient Egypt. 1897. ill. - - - 95705 
Rawnsley (H. D.) Rambler's note-book at English Lakes. 1902. 91715 
Ray, M.D. de M., comte de. Clifford (H.) King of the Sedangs. 

In his Heroes of exile. 1906. 99510 

Raymond (George L. ) The essentials of sesthetics. 1907. ill. 70110 

Raymond (Walter) Gentleman Upcott's daughter. - - 12 R 2 

- Jacob and John [a novel]. 12 Rl 

Read (Charles A.) and Tynan (K.) eds. The cabinet of Irish 

literature, selections. 1905. 4 v. ill. - 82006-9 

Reade (Charles) The cloister and the hearth, a tale. - - 16 R 9 

- The course of true love never did run smooth. Singleheart 

and doubleface, a romance. 16 Rl 

- The double marriage, or, white lies. 16 R 3 

- Griffith Gaunt, or, jealousy. 16R15 

- " It is never too late to mend." 16R13 

- Autobiography of a thief, and other histories. - - - 16R11 

A sequel to "It is never too late to mend." Jack of all trades. A 
hero and a martyr [account of James Lambert of Glasgow]. The wandering 
heir. 

- The jilt, etc. Good stories of man and other animals. - - 16 R 6 

The Knightsbridge mystery. An old bachelor's adventure. 

- Love me little, love me long. ------- 16R14 

- Hard cash [a sequel to " Love me little, love me long"]. - 16R12 

- Peg Woffington. Christie Johnstone. 16R16 

- A perilous secret. 16 R 5 

- Put yourself in his place. 2 copies. 16 R! 

- A simpleton, a story of the day. 16R- 

- A terrible temptation, a story of the day. - - - 16 Rl 

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Reade (Charles) A woman-hater. 16 R 7 

- and Boucicault (D.) Foul play. 16R10 

Reading. For list of related subjects, see Books. 

- Field (W.T.) Fingerposts to children's reading. 1907. - 02811 

- In [Helps (Sir A.)] Friends in council, v. 1. ... E6H1 

- Jacks (W.) Thoughts on books, libraries, and reading. In his 

Singles from life's gathering. 1902. .... E1J1 

- Lee (G. S.) The child and the book. 1907. - 02806 

- - The lost art of reading. 1907. 02807 

- Ruskin (J.) Sesame and lilies [on books, reading, etc.] 1905. 82805 

- Wardell (R. J.) Highways in bookland. [1907]. bibl. - - 02805 
Reading Abbey. Hurry (J. B.) Rise and fall of Reading Abbey. 91706 
Readings. For related subjects, see Wit and humour. 

- The golden reciter, prose and verse. 1906. - 80810 

- Morison (R. C. H. ) eel. Chamber's Effective reciter. - - 80811 

- Murdoch (A. G. ) Scotch readings, humorous. - - - 82710 

- Stewart (A.) Comic Scotch readings, ill. .... 82702 

eel. Humorous readings, maistly Scotch, ill. - - - 82703 

Readings and dialogues, maistly Scotch. .... 82704 

Ready (Oliver G.) Life and sport in China. 1903. ill. - - 95105 
Ready -money Mortiboy, a story ; by Sir W. Besant and J. Rice. 48B11 
Reagan (H. C.) Locomotives, simple, compound, electric. 1907. 62117 

Real grit ; by S. K. Hocking. 67 H 5 

Realism. For list of related subjects, see Philosophy. 

- 7?i Blatchford (R.) My favourite books. 1901. - - - E9B1 

- Schopenhauer (A.) The doctrine of the ideal and real. In Jus 

Selected essays. 1900. E7S1 

Reason. For list of related subjects, see Psychology. 

- Kant (I.) Critique of pure reason. 1905. .... 19301 

Reason in belief ; by F. Sewall. 1906. 23904 

Reasons for faith, Christian evidence ; by A. F. W. Ingram. 1907. 23917 

Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm ; by K. D. Wiggin. - - - 55 W 11 

Rebecca, New chronicles of; by K. D. Wiggin. - - - 55W14 

Rebel of the family; by Mrs. E. Lynn Linton. - - - - 46 LI 

Rebel wooing, a story of devotion ; by J. A. Steuart. - - 117 S 4 
Receipts. For list of related subjects, see Arts, Useful. 

- Spon (E.) and others. Workshop receipts. 1902-1. 5 v. ill. -60301-5 
Recitations. See Readings. 

Recollections of Geoffry Hamlyn ; by H. Kingsley. - - 26 K 3 
Recreations. See Amusements. 

Recreations of a country parson ; [by A. K. H. Boyd]. 3 v. - E3B1-3 
Recreations of Christopher North; by J. Wilson. 1878-87. 2 v. E1W1-2 
Red and white heather, tales and ballads ; by R. W. Buchanan. 103 B 6 

Red as a rose is she, a novel ; by R. Broughton. - - - 97B4 

Red axe ; by S. R. Crockett. 120 C10 

Red burgee, sea comedies ; by M. Roberts. .... 43R1 

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Red cockade ; by S. J. Weyman. 45W6 

Red Court Farm, a novel ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. - - 10W16 

A sequel to " The house of Halliwell," 10W35. 

Red diamonds ; by J. McCarthy. 4M9 

Red -House mystery ; by Mrs. M. W. Hungerford. - - - 104H6 

Red leaguers ; by S. F. Bullock. 136 B 2 

Red morn ; by M. Pemberton. 28 PI 

Red pottage [a novel]; by M. Cholmondeley. .... 45C1 

Red Rover ; by J. F. Cooper. 88C15 

Reddaway(W. F.) Frederick the Great. 1904. ill. maps, plans. I '0211 
Redesdale (Lord) Garter mission to Japan. 1906. - - - 95308 
Redgauntlet, a tale ; by Sir W. Scott. 3 copies. - - - 35 S 19 
Redman (H. N.) ed. Pronouncing dictionary of musical terms. - 78020 
Redmond (William) Through the new Commonwealth [Austra- 
lia]. 1906. ill. map. - - 98604 

Redskins; by J. F. Cooper. 88C16 

A continuation of "The chainbearer,"' 88C22. 
Redwood (Sir Boverton) The petroleum industry, and lamps. 

In Lighting. 1895. ill. - - - - ' - - - 66505 

- and Louis (D. A.) Miners' safety lamps. /?i Lighting. 1895. ill. 66505 

- joint-author. See Thomson (J. H. ) 

Reed (F. R. C.) joint-author. See Shipley (A. E.) 

Reed (Myrtle) A spinner in the sun. 85R2 

Reed (Thomas A.) Technical reporting. 65314 

Rees (Alfred W.) Creatures of the night, wild life. 1905. ill. 59908 

Reeve (Amy J. ) Practical home millinery. 1906. ill. - - 64603 

Reflection. Coleridge (S. T. ) Aids to reflection. - - - 24201 

Reform. Cobden (R. ) Parliamentary reform. In his Speeches. 82719 

- Bosanquet (B.) Individual and social reform. In his Essays. E10B1 
Reform Bill. Alison (Sir A.) Reform Bill [1832]. In his Essays. E3A1 
Reformation. For list of related subjects, see Church history. 

- Cunningham (W.) Reformers and theology of the reformation. 27011 

- Deane (A.) The reformation [a history]. 1903. ill. - - 27608 

- Fisher (G. P.) The reformation [a history]. 1906. bibl. - 27013 

- Froude (J. A.) Influence of the reformation on the Scottish 

character. In his Short studies, v. 1. 1905. - - - E2F1 

- Salembier (L. ) The great schism of the west. 1907. bibl. - 27012 

Reformer ; by C. M. Sheldon. 56 S 6 

Refrigeration. For list of related subjects, see Engineering. 

- Leask (A. R.) Refrigerating machinery. 1907. ill. - - 62103 
Refugees, a tale of two continents ; by Sir A. Conan Doyle. - 51 D 9 
Regeneration. Anderson (W.) Regeneration. 1875. - - 23402 
Regent's daughter ; by A. Dumas. 58 D 6 

A sequel to "The conspirators," 58D12. 

Regimental legends [stories] ; by John Strange Winter. - - 73 W5 

Reginald Hetherege ; by H. Kingsley. 26K11 

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Reich (Emil) General history of western nations [European] to 

1900 A. d. 1908. v. 1-2. - -91025-6 

Reichel (George V.) Bible truth through eye and ear [object 

lessons]. 1906. 37704 

Reid (Alan) and Kirk (W.) Royal Dunfermline. 1907. UL - 92503 

Reid (Robert) Old Glasgow and its environs. 1864. - - 92317 

Reid (W. M.) The story of Old Fort Johnson. 1906. ill. - 97318 

Reiser (Fridolin) Hardening and tempering of steel. 1903. - 67203 

Reiser (Nicolas) Spinning and weaving calculations. 1904. - 67718 

Rejected addresses [poems] ; by J. and H. Smith. 1879. - - 401 S 

Release, or, Caroline's French kindred ; by C. M. Yonge. - - 2Y22 
A sequel to "Stray pearls," 2Y25. 

Relief. See Charity. 

Religio medici ; by Sir T. Browne. 24001 

Religion. In A vebury (Lord) Pleasures of life. 1905. - - E2A1 

- Bosanquet (B. ) The kingdom of God on earth. In his Essays. E10B1 

- Coupland (W. C.) ed. Thoughts and aspirations of the ages. - 20801 

" Selections from the religions writings of the world." 

- Fairbairn (A. M. ) Studies in philosophy of religion. 1876. - 20103 

The idea of God. Theism and scientific speculation. The belief in 
immortality. 

- In Hobbes (T.) English works, v. 2. 19210 

- Hoffding (H.) The philosophy of religion. 1906. - - - 20104 

- Hume (D.) The natural history of religion. In his Essays. - E3H1 

- Jupp(W. J.) Religion of nature and of human experience. 1906. 21001 

- Moberly (R. C.) Problems and principles. 1904. - - - 20402 

The Fulham conference on communion with the atonement. Con- 
siderations on disestablishment and disendowment. Undeoominationalism 
as a principle of primary education. The independence of church courts. 
Church membership and laws of marriage. Doctrinal standard. [Etc.] 

- Miiller (F. Max) Introduction to the science of religion. 18S2. 20101 

- Pratt (J. B.) Psychology of religious belief. 1907. bib!. - 20102 

- Southgate (H. ) ed. Suggestive thoughts on religious subjects. 24002 

- In Strong (S. A.) Critical studies. 1905. ... - 82820 

- See also Church. Church history. Hymns. Meditations. Religions. 

Theology. Theology, Pastoral. Theosophy. Worship, Family. 
Religion and science. For list of related subjects, see Theology. 

- Barry (A.) Some lights of science on the faith. 1S92. - - 23908 

- Bell (Sir C.) The hand, its mechanism. 1885. ill. - - 21504 

- Brunton (Sir T. L.) The Bible and science. 1881. ill. - - 21505 

- Calderwood (H. ) Relations of science and religion. 1881. - 23910 

- Chambers (R.) Vestiges of the natural history of creation. ill. 21501 

- Draper (J. W.) The conflict between religion and science. 1904. 21502 

- Drummond (H. ) Natural law in the spiritual world. 1905. - 21503 

- Finlayson (T. C.) Biological religion. 1895. - 21509 

"Criticism of Drummond's ' Natural law in the spiritual world.'" 

- Laing (S.) Modern science and modern thought. 1886. - - 21510 

- Lodge (Sir O. J.) and others. Ideals of science and faith. 1904. 21508 

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Religion and science. Miller (H.) The testimony of the rocks. 

1890. ill. 55002 

" Geology in its bearings on the two theologies, natural and revealed." 

- Reusch (R. H.) Nature and the Bible. 1886. 2 v. - - 21506-7 

" Mosaic history of creation in its relation to natural science." 

- Shepheard (H. B.) The parables of man and of God. 1903. - 21512 

- Tyndall(J.) The Belfast address, 1874. In his Fragments, v. 2. 50409 

- [Whewell (W.)] Plurality of worlds, an essay. 1867. - - 21511 

- Woods (F. H.) For faith and science. 1906. - 23907 
Religions. For list of related subjects, see Religion. 

- Bollinger (J. J. I.) The Gentile and the Jew. 1906. 2 v. - 29001-2 

Pagan religious systems and Judaism prior to Christianity. 

- Lyall (Sir A. C. ) Origins and interpretations of primitive 

religions. In his Asiatic studies, v. 2. 1907.- - - 94718 

- Miiller (F. Max) Proper use of Holy Scriptures. In his Works. E5M1 

- Price (E. D.) The story of religions. 1898. - 20901 

- Wilkinson (R. J.) Malay beliefs. 1906. - - - - 29904 

- See also Buddhism. Fetichism. Hinduism. Mohammedanism. 

Mythology. Taoism. Zoroastrianism. 
Reminiscences of eighty years ; by J. Urie. 1908. ill. - - U011 
Remoter stars in the church sky [ministers] ; by G. Gilfillan. - 99828 
Remusat, Claire, comtesse de. In Sainte-Beuve (C. A.) Essays. Ell SI 
Renaissance. For lists of related subjects, see Arts, Fine. Literature. 

- Smeaton ( W. H. O. ) The Medici and the Italian renaissance. 1901. 85001 

Renan (Ernest) Life of Jesus. 23209 

Renan, Ernest. Bute (Marquess of) M. Renan's "Souvenirs." 

In his Essays on foreign subjects. 1901. - - - - E7B1 

- Robinson (A. M. F.) The life of Ernest Renan. 1898. port. R171 

- In Saintsbury (G. E. B.) Miscellaneous essays. 1895. - - E9S1 
Rennie, John. In Smiles (S.) Engineers, v. 2. 1904. port. ill. 99705 
Renwick, James. In McGown (G. W. T.) Heroes of the faith. - 99819 
Renwick (Robert) Glasgow memorials. 1908. ill. - - 92315 
Repplier (Agnes) Compromises [literary and social essays]. - E1R1 
Representative men; by R. W. Emerson. In his Works, v. 1. E2E1 
Reptiles. For list of related subjects, see Vertebrates. 

- Hopley (C. C. ) British reptiles and batrachians. 1888. ill. - 59811 

- See also Lizards. 

Reputed changeling ; by C. M. Yonge. 2Y23 

Resurrection. See Future state. Jesus Christ. 
Retouching. For list of related subjcts, see Photography. 

- Whiting (A.) Retouching, ill. 77008 

Retrospect and prospect ; by A. T. Mahan. 1902. - - - 32703 

" Studies in international relations, naval and political." 
Retrospective reviews, 1891-5 ; by R. Le Gallienne. 1896. 2 v. 80404-5 
Retrospects [biographical recollections] ; by W. A. Knight, v. 1. 99903 
Return of Sherlock Holmes ; by Sir A. Conan Doyle. - - 51 D 19 

Sherlock Holmes series, No. 6. 

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Return of the native ; by T. Hardy. 21 H 2 

Reusch (R. H.) Nature and the Bible. 1886. 2 v. - - - 21506-7 

Revelation. See Bible. 

Revivals. For list of related subjects, see Church. 

- Hutton (J. E.) Moravian contribution to the evangelical 

revival in England, 1742-55. In Historical essays. 1907. 90406 

- Johnson (H.) Stories of great revivals. 1906. - - - 26901 
Revolution in Tanner's Lane ; by W. H. White. - - - 52W4 
Reynard the fox ; by J. A. Froude. In his Short studies, v. 1. - E2F1 
Reynolds (Mrs. Baillte) The man who won. ... - 23R1 
Reynolds (Mrs. Fred) The making of Michael. - - - 88R1 
Reynolds (Hy. R.) Lamps of the temple, and other addresses.- 25204 
Reynolds (J. B. ) The British Isles [geography]. 1904. ill. maps. 91503 
Reynolds (Sir Joshua) Discourses on art. - 75001 
Reynolds, Sir Joshua. In Cunningham (A. ) and Heaton (Mrs. C. ) 

British painters, v. 1. 1879. 99709 

- Gower (Lord R. S.) Reynolds, his life and art. 1902. port. ill. R191 
Rhetoric. For list of related subjects, see Literature. 

- Blatchford (R.) Graphic writing. In h is My favourite books. E9B1 

- Carpenter (G. R. ) Rhetoric and English composition. 1906. - 80812 

- Hill (A. S.) The foundations of rhetoric. 80814 

The principles of rhetoric. 80815 

- In Hobbes (T.) English works, v. 6. 19214 

- O'Conor (J. F. X.) Rhetoric and oratory. 1898. - - - 80817 

- In Saintsbury (G. E. B.) Miscellaneous essays. 1895. - - E9S1 

English prose style. Modern English prose, 1ST6. 

- Spalding (E. H.) The principles of rhetoric. 1905. - - 80821 

- See also Debating-. Elocution. Essay-writing. Gesture. Letter -writing. 

Oratory. Public meetings. 

Rhoda Fleming, a story ; by G. Meredith. 82 Ml 

Rhodes (Walter E.) The Italian bankers in England and their 

loans to Edward I. -II. In Historical essays. 1907. - 90406 
Rhoscomyl (Owen). See Vaughan (Owen). 

Rhymes. Walker (J.) and Longmuir (J.) The rhyming dic- 
tionary. 1904. 42601 

Rhys (Ernest) The man at odds, a story. 26 Rl 

Rhys (Grace) The wooing of Sheila. - - . - - - - 27 Rl 

Ribot (Theodule) Essay on the creative imagination. 1906. - 15501 

Rice (Mrs. Alice H.) Sandy. 87 Rl 

Rice {J awes) joint-author. See Besant (Sir Walter). 

Rich man's daughter ; by Mrs. J. H. Riddell. - - - 33R1 

Richard II. Tait (J.) Did Richard II. murder the Duke of 

Gloucester? In Historical essays. 1907. - - - 90406 

Richard Rosny [a novel] ; by Maxwell Gray. - - - - 57 G 3 
Richards (C. H.) joint-author. See Davison (Charles). 

Richards (Franklin T.) The eve of Christianity. 1902. - - 90205 
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Richards (Henry C.) Candidates' and agents' guide, elections. 32401 

Richardson (Charles F.) The choice of books. 1905. - - 02802 

Richardson (Frank) The secret kingdom. - - - - 86 R 2 

- There and back. 86R1 

Richardson, Samuel. ZrcBirrell (A.) Collected essays, v. 2. 1902. E1B2 

- Craik (Mrs. D. M.) The man of men ["Sir Charles Grandison"] 

according to our great grandmothers. In her Studies. - E3C1 

- In Graham (H. G.) Literary and historical essays. 1908. - E4G1 

- In Knight (C.) Shadows of the old booksellers. 1865. - - 99712 

- Stephen (Sir L.) Richardson's novels. In his Hours in a library. E4S1 
Richebourg (Emile) Deux amis ; with notes by F. Julien. 1897. 44843 
Richelieu, Cardinal. Perkins (J. B.) Richelieu and the growth 

of French power. 1900. port. ill. map. plan. - - Rill 

Richelieu, or, a tale of France ; by G. P. R. James. - - - 6J5 

Richmond (I. L.) Flowers and fruit for the home. 1907. ill.- 71604 

Richter (Eugene) Pictures of the socialistic future. 1907. - 33507 

Richter (Jean P. F.) Analects ; trans, by T. De Quincey. - E1D1 

- Tales; trans, by T. Carlyle. 2 copies. ----- 128 Ml 
Richter, Jean P. F. In Carlyle (T.) Essays, v. 1, 3. - - E1C1, E1C3 
Rickard (T. A.) The sampling and estimation of ore. 1905. ill. 62503 
Riddell (Mrs. J. H.) A rich man's daughter. - - - 33 Rl 

Riddle ring, a novel ; by J. McCarthy. 4M8 

Ridge (William Pett) Mrs. Galer's business. - - - 34 R 2 

- On company's service [stories]. 34R3 

- The Wickhamses. 34R1 

Ridgeway (Charles J.) Story of the prayer book. 1906. ill. 26402 
Riehl (Wilhelm H. von) Die Ganerben ; Die Gerechtigkeit 

Gottes ; with notes. 1895. 43819 

Riehl, Wilhelm H. von. Eliot (George) Natural history of 

German life, Riehl. In her Essays. 1883. - - - - E1E2 

Rienzi, the last of the Roman tribunes ; by Lord Lytton. - - 74L10 

Ries. Fifty fingered exercises for the violin. - - - 78706 

Rifle. Newitt (E. J. D.) The citizen rifleman. 1906. ill. - 35506 

The formation and management of rifle clubs, with hints on ranges, 

rifles, shooting, etc. 

Right of way ; by Sir G. Parker. 8P2 

Rimmel (Eugene) The book of perfumes. 1865. ill. - - 39103 

Ring from Jaipur ; by F. M. Peard. 22 PI 

Ring in the new ; by R. Whiteing. - - - - - - 48W3 

Rings. Jones (W.) Finger-ring lore, historical, anecdotal, ill. 39102 

Ripper (William) Steam-engine, theory and practice. 1905. - 62130 

Rise of Iskander ; by the Earl of Beaconsfield. - - - 31 B 7 

Rising of the red man, a romance ; by J. Mackie. - - - 145 Ml 

Rita. Queer Lady Judas. 36 Rl 

- Saba MacDonald. 36R2 

Ritchie (Anne T., Lady) Bluebeard's keys, and other stories. - 37R8 

Riquet a la houppe. Jack and the bean-stalk. The white cat. 

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Ritchie (Anne T., Lady) Five old friends. A young prince. - 37 B 2 

- Miss Angel. Fulham Lawn. 37 R 6 

- Mrs. Dymond. 37 R 4 

- Old Kensington. 37 R 7 

- The story of Elizabeth. Two hours. From an island. - - 37 R 3 

- To Esther, and other sketches. 37 Rl 

Out of the world. Making merry. Sola. Moretti's campanula. 

- The village on the cliff. 37 R 5 

Ritchie, David. Brown (J.) The Black Dwarf's bones. In his 

Hora subsecivse, v. 2. 1897. E2B2 

Ritschlianism. For list of related subjects, see Theology. 

- Orr (J.) Ritschlianism, expository and critical essays. 1903. 23010 
Ritualism. For list of related subjects, see Church. 

- Warren (J.) Ritualism. 1906. 26405 

Rivarol, Antoine. In Saintsbury (G. E. B.) Essays. 1895. - E9S1 

River of vengeance ; by P. L. Oliphant. 50l 

Rivers. For lists of related subjects, see Transportation. 

- Industrial rivers of the United Kingdom. 1888. ill. - - 38002 

Mersey. Clyde. Taff. Severn. [Etc] 

Riviera. Green (J. R.) Sketches in sunshine. In his Studies, v. 1. E2G1 
Riviere (Jules) My musical life and recollections. 1893. port. R141 
Rivington's Notes on building construction. 1904. 4 v. ill.- 69002-5 

Rizal, Jose. In Clifford (H.) Heroes of exile. 1906. - - 99510 

'Rod Roy.' MacGregor (J.) Rob Roy on the Baltic. ill. mcqjs. ■ 94101 

- - The voyage alone in the yawl " Rob Roy." 1880. ill. - 91501 
Rob Roy [a romance] ; by Sir W. Scott. 3 copies. - - - 35 S 8 
Robber, or, in the days of Charles II. ; by G. P. R. James. - 6J8 
Robbery under arms, a story of Australia ; by Rolf Boldrewood. 71 B 5 
Robbins (Alfred F.) The early public life of William Ewart 

Gladstone. 1S94. G131 

Robert the Bruce. See Bruce, Robert the. 

Robert (Frank R.) Dent's First Spanish book. 1906. ill. - 46801 

Robert Elsmere [a novel] ; by Mrs. H. Ward. - 14W4 

Robert Falconer [a novel] ; by G. MacDonald. - 10M4 

Robert Helmont, diary of a recluse, 1870-1 ; by A. Daudet. - 8D3 

Robert Martin's lesson ; by A. S. Swan. 148 S 28 

Roberts (Charles) Billiards for everybody. 1906. ill. - - 79405 
Roberts (Charles G. D.) The haunters of the silences, animal 

life. 1907. ill. 59125 

- Red fox [life and habits]. 1905. ill. 59910 

- The watchers of the trails, animal life. 1904. ill. - - 59126 

- Earth's enigmas [stories]. 41 Rl 

- The heart that knows. 41 R 2 

Roberts (Chas. W.) Practical advice for marine engineers, ill. 62135 

Roberts (Earl) Forty-one years in India [1852-93]. port. ill. - R012 

- A nation in arms [military] requirements. 1907. - - - 35507 

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Roberts (Earl) Speeches and letters on imperial defence. 1906. 35505 
Roberts (Ellis H.) New York, the empire state. 1904. 2 v. map. 97307-8 

Roberts (Harry) The tramp's hand-book. 1903. ill. - - 79613 

Roberts (Morley) Painted Rock, tales and narratives. - - 43 R 2 

- The red burgee, sea comedies. 43 Rl 

- and Montesole (M ) The Circassian. 44 Rl 

Roberts (Richard) The meaning of Christ, studies. 1906. - 23216 

Roberts (Wm. R.) and others. Aims and practice of teaching. 37104 

Robertson (E. H. ) Working and timbering. In Coal-mining, v. 2. 62511 

Robertson (James) ed. Kings I. -II. ; with notes. (Temple Bible). 22316 

Robertson (James L.) Horace in homespun, pastorals. 1886. - 801 R 

Robertson (John G. ) A history of German literature. 1902. - 83001 

Robertson (John M.) Pioneer humanists. 1907. - - - 99824 

Robespierre, Maximilien M. I. Lewes (G. H.) Life of Robespierre. R211 

- In Morley (J. ) Critical miscellanies, v. 1. 1904. - - - E3M1 
Robespierre [a romance] ; by A. Galdemar. .... 92G1 
Robins (G. M.) See Reynolds (Mrs. Baillie). 
Robinson (Agnes M. F.) The life of Ernest Renan. 1898. - R171 
Robinson (Alexander) The story of the Kilmun case. - - 27504 
Robinson (Frederick W.) A woman's ransom. - - - 50 Rl 
Robinson (H. C.) Eccentric spiral turning. 1906. ill. - - 62312 
Robinson (Henry) Hydraulic power and machinery. 1904. ill. 62706 
Robinson, Sir John R. Thomas (F. M. ) Fifty years of Fleet Street. R081 
Robinson (Philip S.) Under the punkah [sketches]. 1891. - 82819 
Robinson (Rowland E.) Vermont [a history]. 1892. map. - 9730( 
Robinson Crusoe, Adventures of ; by D. Defoe. - - - 25 Dl 
Robson (E. S. A.) Practical exercises in heat. 1902. ill. - 53606 
Rocca (Count Enrico della) Gen. The autobiography of a 

veteran, 1807-93. vort. - - - - - - - - R101 

Rochester Cathedral. Palmer (G. H. ) The cathedral church of 

Rochester. 1899. ill. plan. 72609 

Rocks. See Geology. 

Rockstro (William S.) joint-author. See Holland (Henry S.) 

Rocky Mountains. Hornaday (W. T.) Camp-fires in the Canadian 

Rockies. 1906. ill. maps. - - - - - - 79923 

- Irving (W.) Astoria, an enterprise [in fur-trading]. 1893. - 97402 

- Seton (G. G. T.) A woman tenderfoot [sport]. 1901. ill. - 79906 
Roden's corner ; by Henry Seton Merriman. - - - - 85 M 2 
Roderick Hudson [a novel] ; by H. James. - - - 7 J 17 
Rodney, George B., Lord. Hamilton (Sir R. V.) Rodney. In 

From Howard to Nelson. 1907. port. maps. - - 99609 

Rodney Stone [a novel] ; by Sir A. Conan Doyle. - - - 51 Dl 

Rodway (James) The story of forest and stream. 1897. iU. - 63401 

Roe (A. S.) Looking round, a novel. 58R1 

Roe (Edward P.) Barriers burned away. 56 R 4 

- The earth trembled. 56 R 6 

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Roe (Edward P.) A face illumined. "- 56R11 

- From jest to earnest. 56 Rl 

- He fell in love with his wife. 56 R 5 

- His sombre rivals. 56R12 

- A knight of the nineteenth century. 56 R 8 

- "Miss Lou." 56R13 

- Near to nature's heart. 56 R 9 

- Opening a chestnut burr. 56 R 7 

- Without a home. 56R2 

- A young girl's wooing. - - - - - - 56 RIO 

Roger Marcham's ward ; by A. S. Swan. 148 S 7 

Roger Trewinion [a novel] ; by J. Hocking. - - - 65 H 5 

Rogers (Charles) Leaves from my autobiography. 1S76. port. R061 
Rogers (Frederick) Architect's guide, a text book. 1894. ill. 72001 
Rogers (James E. T.) Six centuries of work and wages. 1901. 33104 
Rogers (James Guinness) An autobiography. 1903. port. ill. R091 

Rogue's tragedy ; by B. E. J. Capes. 16 C 2 

Roland, Marie J. P. In Buxton (E. M. W. ) A book of noble women. 99826 

- In Sainte-Beuve (C. A.) Essays, v. 1. 1901. port. - - E11S1 
Roland Yorke ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. - - - - 10 W 15 

" A sequel to ' The Channings,' " 10 W29. 

Roller (E.) joint-author. See Werkhaupt (G.) 
Roman Catholicism. For list of other sects, see Sects. 

- Bain (J. A.) The new reformation. 1906. .... 28213 

"Recent evangelical movements in the Roman Catholic Church." 

- Blundell (O.) Ancient Catholic homes of Scotland. 1907. - 91835 

- Froude (J. A.) Revival of Romanism. In his Short studies, v. 3. E2F3 

- Gibbons (J.) The faith of our fathers. 28212 

- McCarthy (M. J. F.) Priests and people in Ireland. 1908. - 92619 

- - Rome in Ireland. 1904. 92621 

- Salmond (C. A.) and others. The papacy of modern times, bibl. 28211 

- See also Monasticism. Port- Royal. 

Roman d'un jeune homme pauvre ; par O. Feuillet. - - - 14F1 
Roman literature. See Literature, Latin. 

Roman singer ; by F. M. Crawford. 116 C 9 

Romance of Canvas Town, and other stories ; by Rolf Boldrewood. 71 B 2 

Romance of Dijon ; by M. B. Edwards. 15 El 

Romance of Jenny Harlowe ; by W. Clark Russell. - - - 75 R 21 

Romance of poisons [stories] ; by R. Crotnie and T. S. Wilson. - 124 CI 

Romance of the Cape frontier [a novel] ; by B. Mitford. - - 97 M 2 

Romance of the nineteenth century ; by W. H. Mallock. - - 38M1 

Romance of two worlds ; by Marie Corelli. - - - 91 C 3 
Romanceof war, or, the Highlanders in Spain; by J. Grant. 2copies. 51G2 

Romanes (Ethel) The story of Port Royal. 1907. ill. - - 27203 

Romanes (George J.) Animal intelligence. 1886. - - - 59110 

- Darwin, and after Darwin. 1892-5. 2 v. port. ill. - 57509-10 

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Romanes (George J.) Jelly-fish, star-fish, an& sea-urchins. 1885. ill. 59304 
Romanovs. Bain (R. N.) The first Romanovs, 1613-1725. 1905. ill. 94026 
Romans. Plutarch. Lives of illustrious men. 2 v. port. - 88802-3 

Lives of Coriolanus, Caesar, Brutus, and Antonius. - - 88813 

Romans, Epistle to the. See Bible. 

Romany Rye ; by G. Borrow. 74 Bl 

" A sequel to ' Lavengro,' " 74 B 2. 
Rome. In Alison (Sir A.) Essays, v. 2-3. 1850. - -E3A2, E3A3 

2. The Roman Republic. The Roman Campagna. 3. The fall of Rome. 

- Baddeley (St. C.) and Gordon (L. D.) Rome and its story. 1904. 93621 

- Becker (W. A.) Gallus, scenes of time of Augustus. 1907. ill. 93629 

- Boissier (G.) Rome and Pompeii. 1905. plans. - - - 93615 

- Bury (J. B.) The Roman Empire, 27 B.c-180 a.d. ill. maps. 93618 

- Cruickshank (J. W. and A. M. ) Christian Rome [a guide]. 1906. 93616 

- Gibbon (E. ) Decline and fall of Roman Empire. 7 v. maps. 93603-9 
The student's Decline and fall of the Roman Empire ; 

abridged. 1899-1901. 2 v. ill. maps. - - - 93619-20 

- Jones(H. S.) The Roman Empire, 29 B.C. -a. d. 476. 1908. ill. maps. 93628 

- Liddell (H. G.) A history of Rome. 1902. bibl. ill. maps. - 93614 

- Meri vale (C.) History of Rome from 753 B.C. -A. d. 476. 1894. maps. 93613 

- Porter (M. W.) What Rome was built with. 1907. bibl. - 93623 

" A description of the stones employed in ancient times for its building 
and decoration." 

- Ramsay (W.) Manual of Roman antiquities. 1901. ill. plans. 93612 

- In Reich (E.) History of western nations, v. 1. 1908. - - 91026 

- Smith (Sir W.) Smaller history of Rome [753 B.C. -A. D. 117]. maps. 93611 

- In Symons (A. ) Cities of Italy. 1907. 93624 

- Trevelyan (G. M.) Garibaldi's defence of the Roman Republic. 

1907. bibl. ill. maps. ---,--- 93627 

- Wilkins (A. S.) Roman antiquities. 1896. ill. - - - 93610 
Romney, Geo. In Cunningham (A. ) and Heaton (Mrs. C.) Painters. 99710 
Romola [a novel] ; by George Eliot. 2 copies. - - - 21 El 
Rondelet, Guillaume. In Kingsley (C.) Health and education. - E1K3 
Rood (Ogden N.) Colour, with applications. 1904. ill.- - 53501 
Roofs. For list of related subjects, see Building. 

- An glin (S.) Design of structures, roofs, etc. 1905. ill. - 62711 
Rooke, Sir George. Fitzgerald (C. C. P.) Rooke. In From 

Howard to Nelson. 1907. port. 99609 

Roosevelt (Theodore) Good hunting, pursuit of big game. ill. 79912 

- Gouverneur Morris [a biography]. 1888. - - - - M081 

- Thomas Hart Benton [a biography]. 1886. .... B101 

- The winning of the west, 1769-1807. 1905. 4 v. ill. maps. 97312-5 

Root (J. W.) Colonial tariffs. 1906. 33710 

Ropes (John C.) The campaign of Waterloo. 1893. maps. - 93006 

Rosamond Grant [a novel] ; by Mrs. L. Cameron. - - - 10C3 

Rose (John H. ) Detention of Napoleon at St. Helena. In Essays. 90406 

- The revolutionary and Napoleonic era. 1907. maps. - - 93112 

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Rose. Roses and how to grow them. 1906. ill. - - - 71607 

Rose brocade ; by Mrs, P. Champion de Crespigny. - - 81 Dl 

Rose d'Albret, or, the Leaguers ; by G. P. R. James. - - 6 J 22 

Rose Island, a love adventure at sea ; by W. Clark Russell. - 75R33 

Rose o' the river ; by K. D. Wiggin. 55W12 

Rose of life ; by M. E. Braddon. 81 B 6 

Rose of the world ; by A. and E. Castle. 30 C 4 

Rosebery (Earl of) Sir Robert Peel [a review]. 1899. - - P131 

- and others. Record of the ninth jubilee of the University of 

Glasgow. 1901. - 37803 

Rosebery, Earl of. The foreign policy of Lord Rosebery. 1901. 32701 

"Two chapters in recent politics, 1886 and 1S92-5, with extracts from 
Lord Rosebery 's speeches." 

Rosemary in search of a father ; by Mrs. C. N. and A. M. Williamson. 60 W 2 

Rosicrucians. De Quincey (T. ) The rosicrucians and freemasons. 

With his Confessions of an English opium-eater. - - E1D1 
Rosneath. In Maughan (W. C.) Annals of Garelochside. 1897. ill. 92505 
Ross family, of Cocos Island. Clifford (H.) The romance of a 

Scots family. In his Heroes of exile. 1906. - - - 99510 

Ross (D. M.) The cradle of Christianity, Palestine. 1891. ill. 94504 

Ross (G. A. J.) The universality of Jesus. 1907. - - - 23230 

Ross (Henry J.) Letters from the east, 1837-57. 1902. port. ill. 94407 

Ross (Janet) Old Florence and modern Tuscany. 1904. ill. - 93708 

Ross (John) Mission methods in Manchuria. 1903. port. ill. 27801 

Ross (Peter) Elementary algebra [with answers]. 1906. v. 1. 51203 

Rossetti (Christina G. ) Poetical works. 1904. mem. port. - 501 R 

Rossetti, Christina G. In Gosse(E. W.) Critical kit-kats. 1896. E6G1 

Rossetti (Dante G.) Poetical works. 1905. port. - - - 301 R 

- Selections. In English poets, v. 4. 1905. mem. - - - 82224 
Rossetti, Dante G. Knight (J.) Life of Rossetti. 1887. bibl. - R181 

- In Mourey (G.) Across the Channel, art in London. 1896. - 91711 

- Stephens (F. G.) Rossetti [life and work]. 1908. port. ill. - R182 

Rossmoyne ; by Mrs. M. W. Hungerford. 104 H 11 

Rothiemurchus [a description] ; by H. Macmillan. 1907. ill. - 92102 

Rough reformer ; by E. Glanville. 31 Gl 

Roughing it ; by Mark Twain. 52T9 

Round about a great estate ; by R. Jefferies. 1903. - - - 50418 

Round the galley fire [stories] ; by W. Clark Russell. - - 75 R 22 

Round the hearthstone ; by W. M. Thayer. 1897. - - - 17307 

Round the red lamp [stories] ; by Sir A. Conan Doyle. - - 51 D 15 

Round the year, nature studies ; by L. C. Miall. 1902. ill. - 50417 

Roundabout papers ; by W. M. Thackeray. 2 copies. - - 12T8 
Rounthwaite (H. M.) joint-author. See Seaton (A. E.) 

Rousseau (Jean J.) The social contract. 32001 

Rousseau, J. J. Morley(J.) Rousseau [a biography]. 2 v. bibl. R 131-2 

- Stephen (Sir L. ) Cowper and Rousseau. In Hours in a library. E4S2 

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Rousseau, Pierre E. T. ; by J. W. Mollett. In his Painters of 

Barbizon, v. 1. 1890. bibl. port. ill. .... 99716 

Row. In . Maughan (W. C.) Annals of Garelochside. 1897. ill. 92505 
Rowan (F. J '.) joint-author. See Mills (Edmund J.) 

Rowe (Eleanor) Hints on chip-carving. 1905. ill. - - 73605 

- Hints on wood- carving. 1902. ill. 73604 

Rowe (Nicholas) Some account of Shakespear, 1709. In 

Eighteenth century essays on Shakespeare. 1903. - - 82505 
Rowles (William F. ) How to make and manage a garden. 1905. ill. 71001 
Rowley (Anthony). See GuTmtiE (Arthur). 

Rowton (Frederic) The debater. 1903. - - -- - 37405 

Roy (George) Generalship, a tale. - - - - - - 64R1 

Royal Quaker ; by Mrs. B. Tanqueray. 61 Tl 

Royce (Josiah) California from 1846 to [1856]. 1886. map. - 97404 

Rubaiyat ; by Omar Khayyam. 101 

Rubber. See India-rubber. 

Rue with a difference ; by R. N. Carey. 20 C 3 

Ruhmer (Ernst) Wireless telephony. 1908. ill. - - - 65406 

Rumford, Count. In Tyndall (J. ) New fragments. 1897. - 50410 

Rupert of Hentzau ; by Anthony Hope. 82 H 8 

"Sequel to ' The prisoner of Zenda,' " 82 HI. 

Ruskin (John) Thoughts ; ed. by H. Attwell. 1904. mem. - 82806 

- Aratra pentelici, elements of sculpture. 1901. ill. - - 73001 

- Ariadne Florentina, wood and metal engraving. 1890. ill. - 76001 

- The crown of wild olive, lectures on industry and war. 1904. 30403 

- The eagle's nest, the relation of natural science to art. 1902. 70101 

- The elements of drawing. 1904. ill. 74006 

- Ethics of the dust, on crystallization. 1903. - 54901 

- Fors clavigera, letters to workmen. 1896-1903. 4 v. - - 30404-7 

- "A joy for ever," the political economy of art. 1904. - - 70701 

- Lectures on architecture and painting. 1902. ill. - - 72002 

- Lectures on art. 1903. - - - - - - - - 70108 

- Modern painters. 1893-4. 6 v. bibl. - 

- Frondes agrestes, readings in "Modern painters." 1902. 

- Mornings in Florence, studies of Christian art. 1903. 

- Munera pulveris, essays on political economy. 1904. 

- On the old road, miscellaneous essays. 1899. 3 v. 

1. History and criticism [art]. Pre-Raphaelitism. Architecture, 
augural address, Cambridge School of Art. Cestus of Aglaia. Picture 
galleries. Minor writings upon art. Notes on natural science. 3. Litera- 
ture. Economy. Theology. An Oxford lecture. 

- Poems. 1891. 2 v. 201-2R 

- Prasterita, my past life. 1899-1905. 3 v. port. ill. - - R031-3 

- The queen of the air, Greek myths of cloud and storm. 1905. 29201 

- St. Mark's rest, the history of Venice. 1902. - - - 70902 

- Sesame and lilies. 1905. 82805 

Of king's treasuries [books and reading]. Of queen's gardens [the 
life and education of women]. The mystery of life and its arts. 

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70901 

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Ruskin (John) The seven lamps of architecture. 1900. ill. - 72003 

- The stones of Venice. 1903-5. 3 v. ill. ' - - - - 72005-7 

- Time and tide, letters on the laws of work. 1903. - - 30402 

- The two paths. 1905. 70404 

"Art and its application to decoration and manufacture." 

- Unto this last, essays on political economy. 1903. - - 33001 

- Val d'Arno, lectures on Tuscan art. 1900. ill. - - - 70903 
Ruskin, John. Collingwood (W. G.) The art teaching of John 

Ruskin. 1900. 70112 

- Harrison (F. ) Past and present, a letter to Ruskin. . In his 

Choice of books, and other pieces. 1903. - - - E4H1 
Russel, Alexander. Graham (H. G.) Russel of the " Scotsman." 

In his Literary and historical essays. 1908. - - - E4G1 

Russell (Charles T. ) Millennial dawn. 1906. - - - 23601 

Russell (Dora) The curate of Royston. 72 Rl 

Russell (George W. E.) Dr. Pusey [a biography]. 1907. - P181 

- The household of faith, essays. 1902. 28303 

- Social silhouettes. 1906. 30408 

Russell, John. Matcham(M. E.)ed. A forgotten John Russell. 2 :>ort - R051 

Russell (John E. ) An elementary logic. 1906. - - - 16006 

Russell (William Clark) Betwixt the Forelands [Kent], ill. 91708 

- A book for the hammock [sketches]. 1887. - 38701 

- A voyage to the Cape. 1889. - - 96302 

- Alone on a wide, wide sea. 75R32 

- The convict ship. - 75R35 

- The death ship. 75R31 

- The emigrant ship. 75R34 

- The frozen pirate. - - - - 75R5 

- The good ship 'Mohock.' 75R6 

- Heart of oak, a three-stranded yarn. - - - - 75 R 7 

- In the middle watch [stories]. 75 R 8 

- Is he the man? 75R9 

- Jack's courtship, a sailor's yarn. - - - - - - 75 R10 

- The ' Lady Maud,' schooner yacht. 75R11 

- The last entry. 75R12 

- List, ye landsmen ! a romance of incident. - - - 75 R 2 

- Marooned. - - - - 75R13 

- Master Rockafellar's voyage. 75R37 

- My Danish sweetheart. 75 R 4 

- My shipmate Louise. 75R14 

- My watch below, yarns. 75R15 

- The mystery of the ' Ocean Star,' and other sketches. - - 75 R 16 

- An ocean free-lance. 75R17 

- An ocean tragedy. 75R18 

- On the fo'k'sle head [stories]. 75R19 

- The phantom death, etc. 75R20 

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RUS GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Russell (William Clark) The Pretty Polly, a voyage of incident. 75R3 

- The romance of Jenny Harlowe, and [other] sketches. - - 75 R 21 

- Rose Island, a love adventure at sea. 75R33 

- Round the galley fire [stories]. - - . - - - - 75 R 22 

- A sailor's sweetheart. - 75R23 

- A sea queen, a novel. 75R24 

- A strange elopement. 75R25 

- A strange voyage. 75R26 

- The tale of the ten, a romance. 75R27 

- A tale of two tunnels, a romance. 75R28 

- The two captains. 75R29 

- What cheer ! 75R1 

- The wreck of the 'Grosvenor.' 75R30 

Russell (Sir William H. ) My diary during the [Crimean] war. 94019 
Russell family. Froude (J. A.) Cheneys and the house of 

Russell. In his Short studies, v. 4. - - - - E2F4 

Russia. Bain (R. N.) The first Romanovs, 1613-1725. 1905. ill. 94026 

- - The pupils of Peter the Great. 1897. bibl. ill. - - - 94012 

11 A history of the Russian Court and Empire from 1697 to 1740." 

- - Slavonic Europe, 1447-1796. 1908. bibl. maps. - - 94030 

- Baring (M.) A year in Russia [1905-6]. 1907. - - - 94022 

- Edwards (W. S.) Through Scandinavia to Moscow. 1906. ill. 91024 

- Joubert (Carl) The fall of Tsardom. 1905. - - - - 94013 
Russia as it really is. 1905. 94014 

- Kennard (H. P.) The Russian peasant. 1907. ill. - - 94020 

- Nevinson (H. W.) The dawn in Russia [1905-6]. 1906. ill. - 94017 

- Norman (Sir H.) All the Russias. 1902. ill. maps. - - 94016 

- Perris (G. H.) Russia in revolution. 1905. ill. - - - 94002 

- Rambaud (A.) The history of Russia to 1877 ; with additional 

chapters, 1877-1904, by G. M. Adam. 1904. 2 v. ill. - 94028-9 

- Rappoport (A. S.) Russian history. 1905. bibl. - - - 94025 

- Semenoff (E.) Russian government and the massacres. 1907. 94021 

- Stepniak (S. M.) Underground Russia, sketches. 1896. - 94015 

- Tolstoy (Count) The end of the age. Crisis in Russia. 1906. 32006 

- Trubetzkoi (Prince) Out of chaos. 1907. - - - - 94023 

" A personal story of the revolution in Russia." 

- In Viator. Overland to Persia. 1906. ill. -'-"-..- 94603 
Russian language. See Language, Russian. 

Russian literature. See Literature, Russian. 
Russo-Japanese war. Asakawa (K.) The Russo-Japanese con- 
flict, its causes and issues. 1905. ill. map. - - - 95110 

- Brooke (Lord) An eye-witness in Manchuria. 1905. - - 95112 

- Burleigh (B.) Empire of the east, war, 1904-5. 1905. ill. maps. 95108 

- Hamilton (Sir I. S. M.) A staff officer's scrap-book. 2 v. ill. 95102-3 

- McCaul (E.) Under care of Japanese War Office. 1904. ill. 95107 

- Politovsky (E. S.) From Libau to Tsushima. 1906. - - 95109 

"The voyage of Rojdestvensky's fleet to eastern seas." 

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Russo-Japanese war. See also Port Arthur. Tsushima. 

Ruth. See Bible. 

Ruth, and other tales ; by Mrs. E. C. Gaskell. - - - - 10 G 2 

Ruth Gwynnett, schoolmistress; by Morice Gerard. - - - 18G1 

Rutherford (Mark). See White (William H.) 

Rutherford (Samuel) Daily thoughts from [his] letters. - - 24206 

Rutlidge (Charles S.) Guide to Queensland. 1899. ill. map. 98901 

Ryan (John A. ) A living wage, its aspects. 1906. - - - 33123 

s 

S. (D. W.) European settlements in the far east. 1900. ill. map. 94306 

Saba MacDonald [a novel] ; by Rita. 36R2 

Sabbath. See Sunday. 

Sabina Zembra, a novel ; by W. Black. 62B8 

Sachs (Edwin T.) Sleight of hand. 1900. ill.- - - - 79101 
Sackville, Thomas. Adams (W. H. D.) The first English tragedy 

and comedy. In his Famous books. .... 02810 
Sacraments. Beet (J. A.) The church, churches, and the sacra- 
ments. 1907. 26003 

- See also Lord's Supper. 

Sacred cup ; by V. Brown. 98 B 2 

Sadler (Michael E. ) Science in national education. In Science 

in public affairs. 1906. - - 30412 

- ed. Continuation schools in England and elsewhere. 1907- - 37905 
Sadler (Michael F.) Church doctrine, Bible truth. 1908. - 28306 
Sadler, M. F. Scott (C. A.) Evangelical doctrine, Bible truth. 28301 

A criticism of Sadler's "Church doctrine." 
Sailing. For list of other sports, see Sports. 

- Clove Hitch. A handbook on sailing. 1904. ill. - - 79706 
Sailor's sweetheart ; by W. Clark Russell. - - - - 75 R 23 
Sainsbury (Harrington) Principia therapeutica. 1906. - - 61505 

St. Albans. Froude (J. A.) Annals of an English abbey. In his 

Short studies on great subjects, v. 3. 1903. - - - E2F3 

St. Andrews, Twenty-five years of; by [A. K. H. Boyd]. 1S92. - B171-2 

St. Aubyn (Alan) The greenstone. 4S2 

- A prick of conscience. 4S1 

St. Beetha's, or, the heiress of Arne ; by E. J. Worboise. - - 83 W 6 

St. Cuthbert's of the west ; by R. E. Knowles. - - - - 47 Kl 

St. Cyres (Viscount) Francois de Fenelon. 1906. ill. - - F161 

Saint-Elme (Ida) Memoirs of a contemporary. 1903. port. ill. S141 

" Reminiscences of certain makers of French history from 1790 to 1S1-3." 

St. Elmo [a story] ; by A. J. E. Wilson. 68W1 

Saint -Evremond, C. M. de Saint-Denis, seigneur de. hi Saintsbury 

(G. E. B. ) Miscellaneous essays. 1895. - - - - E9S1 

St. George and St. Michael [a novel] ; by G. MacDonald. - - 10 M 31 

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Saint Guido [a story] ; by R. Jefferies. In his The open air. 1905. 50404 
St. Ives, adventures of a French prisoner; by R. L. Stevenson. 120S13 
Saint James's, an historical romance; by W. H. Ainsworth. - 16A6 
St. John (Charles) A sportsman and naturalist's tour in 

Sutherlandshire. 1891. ill. 92105 

St. John (Sib Frederick:) Reminiscences of a diplomat. 1905. S131 
St. Johnston (Reginald) A history of dancing. 1906. ill. - 79310 
St. Mark's rest, the history of Venice ; by J. Ruskin. 1902. - 70902 
St. Martin's Eve, a novel ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. - - 10W20 
A sequel to " Mildred Arkell." 10W13. 

St. Ronairs Well [a novel] ; by Sir W. Scott. 3 copies. - - 35S18 
Saint-Sirnon. Claude H., comte de. Sainte-Beuve (C. A.) The 

memoirs of Saint-Simon, in/m Essays, v. 2. 1901. port. Ell S 2 
St. Veda's, or, the pearl of Orr's Haven ; by A. S. Swan. - - 148 S 10 
St. Vincent, John J. , Earl of. Colomb (P. H. ) St. Vincent. In 

From Howard to Nelson. 1907. port. - - - 99609 

Saixte-Beuve (Charles A.) Essays; ed. by W.Sharp. 3v. mem. E11S1-3 

1. Bossuet. Madame Roland. Madame de Krudener. Madame Guizot. 
Madame de Eemusat. Frederic the Great. 2. Goethe and Bettina. Letters 
of Lord Chesterfield to his son. The memoirs of Saint-Simon. Camille 
Desmoulins. Diderot. La Bruyere. L'abbe de Choisy. Fontenelle. 
3. Madame de Maintenon. Madame de Sevigne. Madame de Stael. 
Madame de la Fayette. [Etc.] 

Saints. For list of related subjects, see Christian biography. 

- Froude (J. A.) Lives of the saints. In his Short studies, v. 1. E2F1 

- Hello (E.) Studies in saintship. 1903. 99825 

St. John Chrysostom. St. Bernard. [Etc.] 

Saints in society ; by M. B. Saunders. 170S1 

Saixtsbury (George E.B.) [Literature of] Earlierrenaissance. 1901. 80907 

- Essays in English literature, 1780-1860. 1895-6. 2 v. - - 82103-4 

- The flourishing of romance and the rise of allegory. 1897. - 80904 

- [Literature of] The later nineteenth century. 1907. - - 80914 

- Miscellaneous essays. 1895. E9S1 

English prose style. Chamfort and Rivarol. Modern English prose, 
1876. Ernest Renan. Saint- Evremond. Charles Baudelaire. The Young 
England movement. A paradox on Quinet. The contrasts of English and 
French literature. A frame of miniatures [French poets]. The present state 
of the English novel, 1892. [Etc.] 

- Primer of French literature. 1906. 84003 

Sakurai (Tadayoshi) Human bullets, Port Arthur. 1907. - 95119 

Sala (George A. ) Under the sun [travel]. 1886. port. ill. - 90820 

Salamanca. In Fitchett (W. H.) Fights for the flag. 1904. plan. 91409 

Saleeby (Caleb W. ) Ethics. 17011 

- Evolution, the master-key. 1906. 57504 

- Heredity. [1905]. - ....... 57521 

Salembier (L.) The great schism of the west. 1907. - - 27012 
Salisbury Cathedral. White (G.) The cathedral church of 

Salisbury. 1901. ill plan. 72608 

Sally, and other tales ; by H. Clifford. - - - - - 159 CI 

300 



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Salmagundi; by W. Irving. 8l3 

Salmon (Edward) The story of the Empire. 1902. ill. map. 91106 
Salmon. For related subjects, see Fish, fishing. 

- Calderwood (W. L.) The life of the salmon. 1907. . ill. - 59706 

11 With reference more especially to the fish in Scotland." 

- Maxwell (Sir H. E.) Salmon and sea trout. 1898. ill. - - 79904 
Salmond (C. A. ) and others. The papacy of modern times. 1886. 28211 
Salt-cellars, proverbs ; ed. by C. H. Spurgeon. 1889-93. 2 v. 39819-20 

Salted with fire ; by G. MacDonald. 10M27 

Saltonstall Gazette ; by E. F. Maitland. 34M1 

Salvation. For list of related subjects, see Theology. 

- Aitken(W.H. M.H.) Around the cross, doctrine of Christ. 1884. 23401 

- Battersby (L.) The salvation of God. 1903. - 23404 

- See also Regeneration. 

Salvation Army. For list of other sects , see Sects. 

- Booth (W.) In darkest England and the way out. 1890. - 33115 

- Friederichs (FT.) Romance of the Salvation Army. 1907. ill. 26701 
Sampson, Abbot of St. Edmunds. In Carlyle (T. ) Past and present. E 1 C 9 

- Green (J. R.) Abbot and town. In his Stray studies, v. 1. 1892. E2G1 
Samuel. Steel (R.) Samuel the prophet. 1860. - - - 22308 

- See also Bible. 

Samuel Brohl et cie ; par V. Cherbuliez. - - - - 42 CI 

Samuel Titmarsh ; by W. M. Thackeray. 2 copies. - - - 82811 

Samuelson (James) Recollections [1849-1907]. ill. - - - S331 

San Cakolo (Irene) and Daniel (P.) Voice development. 1906. 78408 

San Sebastian. In Fitchett (W. H.) Fights for the flag. plan. - 91409 

Sand (George) La mare au diable ; with notes by J. F. Davis. 1904. 44844 

- Histoire du veritable Gribouille. - - - - - - 15 SI 

- Consuelo, a novel. 15 S 2 

- The Countess of Rudolstadt, a sequel to " Consuelo. " - - 15 S3 
Sand. For list of related subjects, see Building. 

- Passmore (A. C. ) Sand and clay, analysis [etc.] 1907. - - 69101 
Sanday (William) The criticism of the fourth Gospel. 1905. - 22707 
Sandbach (F. E.) joint-author. See Fiedler (H. G.) 

Sandeau (Jules) Mademoiselle de la Seigliere, comedie ; notes. 44811 

- joint-author. See Augier (Emile). 

Sandeman (Mina) An unconventional maid, a novel. - - 17S1 

Sanders (T. W.) An encyclopedia of gardening. 1908. - - 71002 

- Vegetables and their cultivation, ill. 63502 

Sanderson (Edgar) The British Empire [to 1906]. 1906. maps. 91113 

- Great Britain in modern Africa. 1907. ill. - - - - 95504 

- Heroes of pioneering. 1908. ill. 90606 

Sanderson, Robert, Bp. In Walton (I. ) Lives, bibl. - - 99813 

Sandford (Ernest G.) Frederick Temple, appreciation, ill. - Till 
Sandow (Eugen) The construction and reconstruction of the 

human body. 1907. port. ill. 61307 

301 



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Sandra Belloni [a novel] ; by G. Meredith. 82M2 

Sandy [a novel] ; by Mrs. A. H. Rice. 87 Rl 

Sandys [John E. | Lectures on the revival of learning. 1905. - 87003 

Saxfurd I Frank G.) The art crafts for beginners. 1906. ill. - 70001 
Sanitary engineering. For list of related subjects, see Engineering. 

- Hasluck (P. N-) id. Sanitary construction in building. 1906. 62804 

- - Sanitary conveniences and drainage. 1906. ill. - - 62803 

- See also Drainage. Smoke. Ventilation. Water supply. 
Sanitation. See Health. Public. 

Savsone (Antonio) Printing of cotton fabrics. 1901. ill. - 66709 

Saracinesca [a novel] ; by F. M. Crawford. .... H6C19 

Sant ! IlarioJ[a sequel to above]; by F. M. Crawford.- - - 116C11 

Saratoga. In Creasy (Sir E. S.) Decisive battles. 1905. flan.- 90404 
Sarto. Andrea del. See Andrea del Sarto. 

Sartor resartus ; by T. Carlyle. 1893. E1C8 

Satan stoe, a tale of the colony [New York] ; by J. F. Cooper. - 88C23 
Satire. Saintsbury (G. E. B.) Twenty years of political satire. 

In his Essays in English literature, v. 2. 1895. - - 82104 

Satires [poetical] ; by A. Marvell. 1401 M 

Satterly < Jons) joint -author. See Bower (William R.) 

Sauvdet (R.OBERT) Diseases of the digestive system. 1906. - 61607 

Sauvders (George ; Reminiscences. 1907. port. - - - S321 

Saunders (Margaret B.) Saints in society. - 170S1 
Savage Island. Thomson (B. C.) Savage Island. 1902. ill. map. 99203 

•• An account of a sojourn in Xiue and Tonga." 
Savonarola. Girolamo. Lucas (H. ) Savonarola, a study. 1906. bibl. S381 

- Yillari (P.) Life and times of Savonarola, port. ill. - - S382 
Savory (Isabel) In the tail of the peacock [Morocco]. 1903. ill. 95602 
Savouries. For list of related subjects, see Cookery. 

- Griggs [A. M.) Savouries for breakfast, luncheon, and dinner. 64102 
Saw-mills. For list of related subjects, see Engineering. 

- Bale (ML P. i Saw -mills, arrangement and management. 1906. 62309 
Saxon (Arthur) Development of physical power, port. ill. . - 61303 
Satce (Arch. EL) Religions of ancient Egypt and Babylonia. - 29902 

- ed. Genesis ; with notes. (Temple Bible). 1902. - - - 22309 

- Tobit, and the Babylonian apocryphal writings; with notes. 

(Temple Bible)/ 1903. 22507 

Sa'-Zada tales [animal stories] ; by W. A. Fraser. - - - 70F1 
Scaife (Arthur H.j The [S. African] war to date. March, 1900. ill. 96403 
Scandinavia. Edwards (W. S.) Through Scandinavia to Moscow. 

1906. ill. maps. - 91024 

- Kennedy (E. B. ) Thirty seasons in Scandinavia. 1903. ill. 94107 

Fishing, shooting, and other sports. 

Scapegoat, a romance ; by Hall Caine. 5C8 

Scarlet and hyssop ; by E. F. Benson. 46 B 5 

Scarlet cloak ; by Audrey De Haven. 75D1 

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Scarlet letter [a romance] ; by N. Haw thorne. ... - 42H2 

Scarlet woman ; by J. Hocking. 65 H 7 

Scenes and characters ; by C. M. Vonge. 2Y24 

Scenes of clerical life ; by George Eliot. 2 copies. - - - 21 E 2 

Scharff (R. F.) European animals. 1907. Ul. maps. - - 59121 

Scheffel (J. V. vox) Der Trompeter von Sakkingen ; notes. - 43840 

Scherek (R.) Casein, preparation and utilisation. 1900. ill. - 66102 

Scherrex (Hy.) Popular natural history, invertebrates, ill. - 59203 

- Through a pocket lens [insects]. 1904. ill. - 59504 
Schiller (F. C. S. ) Studies in humanism. 1907. - - - 10401 
Schiller ( Johann C. F. vox) Dramas ; trans, by R. D. Boylan 

and others. - - - - , 502 S 

Don Carlos. Mary Stuart. The maid of Orleans. The bride of Messina. 

- Dramatic works, Wallenstein and Wilhelm Tell. - - - 503 S 

- Early dramas and romances. 501 S 

The robbers. Fiesco. Love and intrigue. Demetrius. The ghost-seer. 

- Jungfrau von Orleans ; with notes. 1906. .... 43813 

- Der Neffe als Onkel ; with notes. 1898. .... 43821 

- Wallenstein's Tod ; with notes by A. J. Ulrich. 1902. - - 43814 

- Wilhelm Tell ; with notes by E. L. Naftel. - - - 43815 
Schiller, Johann C. F. von. Carlyle (T.) The life of Schiller, port. S051 
Schiller. In his Essays, v. 3. E1C3 

- Miiller (F. Max) Correspondence between Schiller and the 

Duke of Schleswig-Holstein. In his Works, v. 5. 1902. E5M1 

Schilling (J.) Don Basilio ; with notes by F. Zagel. 1907. - 46804 

Schlegel (August W. von) Dramatic art and literature, port. 80813 

Schlegel (Frederick vox) The philosophy of history, mem. 90102 

Schlomka (Clemens) German grammar. 1899. - - - 43844 

- Exercises for translating German. 1896. - 43825 

A sequel to " German grammar." 

Schmid (Chr. vox) Heinrich von Eichenfels ; notes. 1899. - 43839 

Schmidt (N.) eel. Ecclesiasticus ; with notes. (Temple Bible). 22509 

Schmidt (Oscar) Doctrine of descent and Darwinism. 1884. - 57513 

Schneider (N. H.) Electrical circuits and diagrams. 1906. ill. 62423 

- How to install electric bells. 1905. ill. .... 62422 

- Induction coils, how to make, use, and repair them. 1901. ill. 53708 
Schoenbein (C. F. ) Letters [to] Faraday, 1836-62; with notes. F151 
Schofield (Alfred T.) Home life in order, hygiene. 1906. ill. 61323 

- The management of a nerve patient. 1906. .... 61612 
School boards. For list of related subjects, see Education. 

- Douglas (C. M. ) and Jones (H. ) Scottish education reform. 1903. 37902 

" A scheme of district school boards and a national council." 

- Huxley (T. H. ) The school boards, what they can and may 

do. In his Science and education. 1905. - - - 50423 

- Philpott (H. B.) London at school. 1904. ill. - - - 37906 

" The story of the School Board, 1870-1904." 

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SCH GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

School gardening. Latter (L. R.) School gardening. 1906. ill. 37201 

School of the woods, animal instincts ; by W. J. Long. - - 59119 
Schools. For list of related subjects, see Education. 

- Collins (T.) School and sport, recollections. 1905. - - 79620 

- Mason (C. M.) School education. 1905. ... - 37204 

- Page (T. E.) and others. Public schools from within. 1906. - 37903 

- Sadler (M. E.) ed. Continuation schools. 1907. - - - 37905 

- See also Westminster School. 

Schopenhauer (Arthur) Selected essays. 1900. mem. - E7S1 

- Studies in pessimism. 1903. 19307 

Schrader (Ferdinand) Friedrichder Grosse; notes. 1902. map. 43831 

Schreiner (Olive) The story of an African farm, a novel. - 32 SI 

- Trooper Peter Halket of Mashonaland. 32 S 2 

Schubert, Franz P. In Mason (I). G. ) The romantic composers. 99715 

Schubert (Hans von) Outlines of church history. 1907. - 27008 

Schumann (Eobert) Twelve songs, fo. ?nus. - -'*-*- - 78417 

Schumann, Robert. In Mason (D. G.) Romantic composers, port. 99715 

Schurz (Carl) Life of Henry Clay. 1887. 2 v. - - - C 181-2 

Schutzenberger (P.) On fermentation. 1886. ill. - - 58908 

Schwartz, Christian F. i™Holcomb(H. H.) India missions. 1901. 99815 
Schwegler (Albert) Handbook of the history of philosophy, mem. 10902 

Science. In Avebury (Lord) The pleasures of life. 1905. - E2A1 

- Case (T.) and others. Lectures on the method of science. 1906. 50421 

Scientific method as a mental operation ; by T. Case. Aspects of the 
scientific method ; by F. Gotch. Physiology, its scope and method ; by C. S. 
Sherrington. Inheritance in animals and plants ; by W. F. R. Weldon. 
Psycho-physical method ; by W. McDougall. The evolution of double stars ; 
by A. H. Fison. Anthropology, the evolution of currency and coinage ; by 
Sir R. C. Temple. [Etc.] 

- Cooke (J. P.) Scientific culture. 1876. 50703 

- Huxley (T. H. ) Aphorisms and reflections. 1907. - - 50803 
Science and education, essays. 1905. 50423 

Joseph Priestley. The educational value of the natural history sciences 
[biology]. Scientific education. Science and culture. Science and art in 
relation to education. The study of biology. Medical education. The state 
and the medical profession. The connection of the biological sciences with 
medicine. [Etc.] 

Science and morals. In his Evolution and ethics [etc. ] 1906. 17132 

- In Kingsley (C.) Health and education. 1887. - - - E1K3 

- Lankester (Sir E. R.) The kingdom of man. 1907. ill. - 50420 

Nature's insurgent son [natural history of man]. The advance of 
science, 1881-1906. Nature's revenges, the sleerjing sickness. 

- McMurry (C. A. and Mrs. L. B.) Special method in natural science. 37202 

- Phin (J.) The seven follies of science. 1906. ill. - - - 50412 

Squaring the circle. Perpetual motion. Paradoxes, illusions, and mar- 
vels. [Etc.] 

- Proctor (R. A. ) Light science for leisure hours. 1902-6. v. 1-2. 50424-5 

1. Venus on the sun's face. Britain's coal cellars. Vesuvius. 2. 
Movements in the star-depths. The sun's true atmosphere. News from 
Herschel's planet. The two comets of 1868. Oceanic circulation [Atlantic 
currents]. The climate of Great Britain. The low barometer of the 
Antarctic temperate zone. [Etc.] 

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Science. Ruskin (J.) Notes on natural science. In his On the 

old road. 70402 

- Shaw (A. H. ) Elementary science applied to sanitation and 

plumbers' work. 1906. ill. 62807 

- Tyndall (J.) Fragments of science. 1902. 2 v. ill. - -50408-9 

1. Constitution of nature. Radiation. New chemical reactions pro- 
duced by light. Voyage to Algeria. Niagara. Parallel roads of Glen Roy. 
Alpine sculpture. Experiments on fog-signals. Study of physics. Ele- 
mentary magnetism. Life and letters of Faraday. 2. Miracles and special 
providences. Matter and force. Scientific use of the imagination. The 
Belfast address and apology. Fermentation and its bearings on surgery 
and medicine. Spontaneous generation. Science and man. Professor 
Virchow and evolution. The electric light. [Etc.] 

- - New fragments. 1897. -------- 50410 

The Sabbath. Goethe's ' Farbenlehre.' Count Rumford. Louis Pasteur, 
his life and labours. The rainbow and its congeners. Address delivered at 
the Birkbeck Institution. Thomas Young. Life in the Alps. Personal 
recollections of Thomas Carlyle. Origin, propagation, and prevention of 
phthisis. Old Alpine jottings. [Etc.] 

- Wallace (A. R.) The wonderful century. 1898. - - - 50901 

Review of the progress of science in the 19th century. 

- Young (J.) Scientific premonitions of the ancients. In his 

Essays and addresses. 1904. E2Y1 

See also Astronomy. Biology. Botany. Chemistry. Fossils. Geology. 

Mathematics. Natural history. Nature. Physics. Universe. 

Zoology. 
Science in living [conduct of life] ; by J. Williamson. - - 17117 

Scientists. See Astronomers. 

Scilly and the Scillonians ; by J. G. Uren. 1907. ill. - - 91717 
Scoble (J. ) and Abercrombie (H. R. ) Rise and fall of Krugerism. 96603 

Scot abroad; by J. H. Burton. 1900. 91821 

Scotland, 1, General. Adam (Sir C. E.) ed. View of the political 

state of Scotland in 1788. 1887. 32402 

- British Association, Glasgow meeting. Excursions. 1901. ill. maps, 91901 

- Ferguson (M.) Orcadia and the north of Scotland. 1869. - 92104 

- Geikie (Sir A.) The scenery of Scotland. 1901. ill. maps. - 55402 

11 Viewed in connexion with its physical geology." 

- Graham (H. G.) Old burghal life in Scotland. In his Essays. E4G1 

- Henderson (T. F.) and Watt (F.) Scotland of to-day. col. ill. 91829 

- Jamie (W.) The land of the clansmen. 91838 

- Maxwell (Sir H. E.) Scottish land-names, their origin. 1894. 91837 

- Todd (G. Eyre) Scotland, picturesque and traditional, ill. - 91822 

- - Sketch-book of the north. 1903. ill. .... 91827 

- Wade (W. M.) Delineations of Scotland. 1822. - - - 91828 

- Wordsworth (D.) Recollections of a tour in Scotland, 1803. - 91818 
Scotland, 2, History. Blundell (O.) Ancient Catholic homes of 

Scotland. 1907- 91835 

- Brown (P. H.) History of Scotland. 1902-5. v. 1-2. bibl.maps. 91812-3 

1. a.d. 80-1542. 2. 1542-16S9. 

- In Buckle (H. T.) History of civilization, v. 3. 1903. bill. - 90305 

- Burton (J. H.) History of Scotland [80-1748]. 1905. 8 v. 91804-11 

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Scotland, 2, History. Garment (S.) ed. Glimpses of the olden 

time. 1893. 91833 

- Chambers (R. ) Domestic annals of Scotland [1561-1745]. ill. - 91815 
History of the rebellion of 1745-6. ill. .... 91816 

- Fergusson (R. M.) Scottish social sketches of 17th century. - 91834 
Social and religious condition of the country in Hume's time. 

In his Alexander Hume. 1899. H091 

- Graham (H. G.) Social life of Scotland, eighteenth century. - 91824 

- Gunnyon (W.) Illustrations of Scottish history, life, and 

superstition, from song and ballad. 1877. - - - 91843 

- Mackenzie (W. M.) Scottish history [81-1874]. ill. maps. - 91831 

- Mackintosh (J.) Scotland to the [19th] century." ill. map. - 91842 

- Maxwell (Sir H. E.) Robert the Bruce and the struggle for 

Scottish independence. 1903. bibl. ill. maps. - - B033 

- Rait (R. S.) and others. The Union of 1707. 1907. - - 91830 

- Scott (Sir W.) The history of Scotland [to 1603]. 1830. 2 v. 91840-1 
Tales of a grandfather. 1892. 2 v. ill. map. - - 91819-20 

" The history of Scotland to 1746." 

- Watson (J. ) The Scot of the eighteenth century. 1907. - 27506 
Scotland Yard. Sweeney (J.) At Scotland Yard, experiences. 1904. S151 
Scots. For list of other subjects in biography, see Biography. 

- Burton (J. H.) The Scot abroad. 1900. .... 91821 

- Howie (J.) The Scots worthies, port. ill. .... 99814 

- McGown (G. W. T.) Scottish heroes of the faith. 1907. - 99819 
Scott (Alexander M.) The battle of Langside, 1568. 1885. plan. 92306 
Scott (Charles A.) Evangelical doctrine, Bible truth. 1901. - 28301 

A criticism of Sadler's "Church doctrine," 28306. 
Scott (G. F. ) The romance of Australian exploring. 1899. ill. 98609 

- The romance of Polar exploration. 1907. ill. maps. - - 99409 
Scott (Michael) The cruise of the Midge. - - - 34 SI 

- Tom Cringle's log. 34 S 2 

Scott (Robert F.) Voyage of the ' Discovery.' 1907. 2 v. ill. 99405-6 
Scott (W. M.) Aspects of Christian mysticism. 1907. - - 14902 
Scott (Sir Walter) The history of Scotland [to 1603]. 2 v. - 91840-1 

- Poetical works ; ed. by A. Lang. 1897. 2 v. ill. - -1101-2S 

1. Selected lyrics and ballads. Lay of the last minstrel. Marmion. 
Bridal of Triermain. 2. Lady of the Lake. Rokeby. Lord of the isles. 

Another edition ; ed. by J. L. Robertson. 1894. - - 1103 S 

- Selections. In English poets, v. 4. 1905. mem. - - - 82224 

- Tales of a grandfather, history of Seotland to 1746. 2 v. ill. 91819-20 

- Anne of Geierstein, or, the maiden of the mist. 3 copies. - 35S23 

- The antiquary. 3 copies. 35 S 7 

-Betrothed. Chronicles of the Canongate, first series. 3 copies. 35S20 

- The bride of Lammermoor. 3 copies. 35S12 

- Chronicles of the Canongate. 3 copies. 

First series, 35S20; First series, continued, 35S2; First series, 
concluded, "The surgeon's daughter," 35S25. Second series, "The fair 
maid of Perth," 35 S 22. 

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Scott (Sir Walter) Count Robert of Paris. 3 copies. - - 35S24 

- The fair maid of Perth. Chronicles of the Canongate, second 

series. 3 copies. - - - -. - - - - 35 S 22 

- The fortunes of Nigel. 3 copies. 35 S 5 

- Guy Mannering, or, the astrologer. 3 copies. - - - 35 S3 

- The heart of Midlothian. 3 copies. 35S11 

- Ivanhoe, a romance. 3 copies. 35 S 6 

- Kenilworth. 3 copies. 35 S 4 

- A legend of Montrose. The Black Dwarf. 3 copies. - - 35 S 10 

- The monastery. 3 copies. - - - - - - - 35 S 13 

- The abbot, a sequel to "The monastery." 3 copies. - - 35S14 

- Old Mortality. 3 copies. 35 S 9 

- Peveril of the Peak. 3 copies. 35S16 

- The pirate. 3 copies. 35S15 

- Quentin Durward. 3 copies. 35S17 

- Redgauntlet, a tale of the eighteenth century. 3 copies. - 35S19 

- Rob Roy. 3 copies. 35S8 

- St. Ronan's Well. 3 copies. 35S18 

- The surgeon's daughter. Castle Dangerous. 3 copies. - - 35 S 25 

- The talisman. Chronicles of the Canongate, first series 

[continued]. 3 copies. 35 S 2 

- Waverley, or, 'tis sixty years since. 3 copies. - - - 35 SI 

- Woodstock, a tale of 1651. 3 copies. 35S21 

- ed. Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border, ill. - 82208 
Scott, Sir Walter. Bagehot (W.) Waverley novels. In his 

Literary studies. - - - - - - - -E5B2 

-In Brooke (S. A.) Studies in poetry. 1907. - 82412 

- In Carlyle (T. ) Essays, v. 6. E1C6 

- Chesterton (G. K.) The position of Sir Walter Scott, In his 

Twelve types. 1906. E7C2 

- In Couch (A. T. Quiller) Adventures in criticism. 1896. - E2C1 

- Crockett (W. S.) Footsteps of Scott. 1908. col. ill. - - 92013 

- Hay (J.) Sir W. Scott [a biography]. 1899. port. - - S082 

- In Hazlitt (W.) The spirit of the age. 189-4. - - - - E1H2 

- Hughes (Mrs. ) Letters and recollections of Scott. 1904. - S083 

- Lang (A.) Sir Walter Scott [a biography]. 1906. port. ill. - S084 

- Lockhart (J. G.) Life of Sir Walter Scott. 1896. jwrL ill. - S081 

- In Prescott (W. H.) Miscellanies. E2P1 

- In Stephen (Sir L.) Hours in a library, v. 1. 1899. - - E4S1 

- Young (C. A.) The Waverley novels, an appreciation. 1907. 82604 
Scottish Border life, sketches ; by J. C. Dibdin. - - 28 Dl 
Scottish chiefs [a romance] ; by J. Porter. 2 copies. - - - 50 PI 
Scottish language. See Language, Scottish. 

Scottish life. Ford (R. ) Thistledown, Scottish humour, character 

[etc.] - 91817 

- Froude (J. A.) Influence of the reformation on the Scottish 

character. ^_In his Short studies, v. 1. 1905. - - ■ E2F1 

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Scottish life. Geikie (Sir A.) Scottish reminiscences. 1904. - 91836 

- Gunnyon ( W .) Illustrations of Scottish history, life, and super- 

stition, from song and ballad. 1877. .... 91843 

- Lytteil (W.) Landmarks of Scottish life and language. 1877. 91839 

- Ramsay (E. B. B. ) Reminiscences of Scottish life and character. 91803 
Scottish literature. See Literature, Scottish. 

Scotus Viator. The future of Austria-Hungary. 1907. - - 92909 

Scribe (Eugene) Valerie, comedie ; with notes. 1892. - - 44817 

- Le verre d'eau, comedie ; with notes by J. Bue. 1905. - - 44849 

- et Delavigne (J. F. C.) Le diplomate, comedie ; with notes. - 44812 

- et Legouve (E. W.) Adrienne Lecouvreur, comedie ; with notes. 44821 

La bataille de dames, comedie ; with notes. 1900. - - 44825 

Scripture. See Bible. 

Scripture lands, sketches ; by J. Kitto. 1850. ill. maps. - 94507 

Scrymgeour (Daniel) The poetry and poets of Britain. 1850. 82231 

ScudAmore (Cyril) Belgium and the Belgians. 1901. ill. map. 93008 

Scudder, John. In Holcomb (H. H.) India missions. 1901. ill. 99815 
Sculpture. For list of other branches of art, see Arts, Fine. 

- Ruskin (J.) Aratra pentelici, elements of sculpture. 1901. - 73001 

- Short (E. H.) A history of sculpture. 1907. bibl. ill. - - 73002 

- See also Coins and medals. Jewellery. Metal work. Wood carving. 
Sea. For lists of related subjects, see Physical geography. Zoology. 

- Bullen (F. T.) Creatures of the sea, life stories. 1904. ill. - 59022 

Idylls of the sea, and other marine sketches. - - - E13B1 

The log of a sea- waif, recollections of my sea life. 1906. ill. B021 

Our heritage the sea. 1906. 55111 

Its physical geography, and relations to commerce and history. 

- Dana (R. H.) Two years before the mast, life at sea. ill. - D011 

- Hickson (S. J.) The fauna of the deep sea. 1894. ill. - - 59127 

- Michelet (J.) Lamer; with notes. 1907. mem. - - - 44868 

- Russell (W. Clark) A book for the hammock [sketches]. 1887. 38701 

- Symondson (F. W. H.) Two years abaft the mast. - - S401 
Sea-dog of Devon, life of Sir J. Hawkins; by R.A.J. Walling. 1907. H191 
Sea kings of Britain, Hawkins to Blake ; by G. A. R. Callender. 1907. 99610 
Sea lions, or, the lost sealers; by J. F. Cooper. - - - - 88 CI 

Sea maid ; by R. MacDonald. 12 Ml 

Sea Puritans [a romance] ; by F. T. Bullen. ... - 104 B 2 

Sea queen, a novel ; by W. Clark Russell. 75R24 

Sea spray [stories] ; by F. T. Bullen. - 104B1 

Sea-urchins. For list of related subjects, see Invertebrates. 

- Romanes (G. J. ) Sea-urchins. 1885. ill. .... 59304 

Sea urchins [stories] ; by W. W. Jacobs. 4J6 

Sea-waif ; by S. K. Hocking. 67H4 

Sea-wolf; by J. London. 51 LI 

Sea-wrack [sketches] ; by F. T. Bullen. 104B6 

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Seaboard parish ; by G. MacDonald. 10M22 

" A sequel to ' Annals of a quiet neighbourhood,' " 10M33. 

Seaman (Owen) In cap and bells [poems]. 1900. - - - 1501 S 
Seamanship. For related subjects, see Navigation. 

- Anderson (J. W.) Shipmasters' business companion. 1905. - 65607 

- Bedford (Sir F. G. D. ) The sailor's handbook. 1906. ill. maj^s. 65608 

- Nicholls (A. E.) Seamanship and viva voce guide. 1905. ill. 65612 

- Tait (J. ) Memory work for Board of Trade examinations. - 65604 

For "Second mates, mates, and masters." 

New seamanship. 1907. col. ill. - - - - - 65610 

- See also Knots. 

Seamy side ; by Sir W. Besant and J. Rice. - - - 48 B 6 
Seashore. For list of related subjects, see Zoology. 

- Kingsley (C.) Glaucus, wonders of the shore. 1903. col. ill. 59201 

- Newbigin (M.) Life by the seashore. 1907. bibl. ill. - - 59206 
Seaton (A. E.) and Rounthwaite (H. M.) Marine engineering, 

rules and tables. 1906. ill. 62104 

Seats of the mighty ; by Sir G. Parker. 8P3 

Seaweeds. Landesborough (D. ) British sea-weeds. 1851. ill. 58906 

Second jungle book ; by R. Kipling. 28 K 2 

Second sight. For list of related subjects, see Mind and body. 

- Campbell (J. G.) Second sight in the Highlands. 1902. - 39818 
Second thoughts of an idle fellow ; by J. K. Jerome. - - 16 J4 
Second to none, a military romance ; by J. Grant. 2 copies. - 51 G4 

Secret kingdom ; by F. Richardson. 86R2 

Secret of Dunstan Mere, and other stories ; by A. S. Swan. - 148 S 50 

Secret of the turret ; by E. F. Heddle. 49 H 3 

Secret orchard ; by A. and E. Castle. 30 C 2 

Secret panel ; by A. S. Swan. 148 S 11 

Secret passage ; by F. Hume. 103 HI 

Secretaries. For list of related subjects, see Business. 

- Blain (H. E.) and others. Pitman's Secretary's handbook. 1908. 65004 

Secretary of state ; by H. Maxwell. 140 Ml 

Sects. For list of related subjects, see Church. 

- Duchesne (L.) The churches separated from Rome. 1907. - 28001 

- See also Calvinism. Congregationalism. Huguenots. Methodism. 

Plymouth Brethren. Protestantism. Puritanism. Quakers. 

Roman Catholicism. Salvation Army. Spiritualism. Unitarianism. 

Sedaine (Michel J.) CEuvres choisies [comedies]. 1888. mem. 1001S 

Sedgwick (Henry D.) A short history of Italy, 476-1900. 1907. 93626 

Seebohm (Frederic) English village community. 1905. ill. - 32104 
Seedlings. For list of other subjects in botany, see Botany. 

- Avebury (Lord) A contribution to our knowledge of seedlings. 

1896. bibl. ill. 58108 

Seeley (H. G.) The story of the earth in past ages. 1896. ill. 55001 

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Seeley (Sir John R. ) Ecce Homo, life and work of Christ. 1903. 23208 

- The expansion of England. 1904. 32501 

- joint-author. See Abbott (Edwin A.) 

Seeley, Sir John R. Morley (J.) The expansion of England. In 

his Critical miscellanies, v. 3. 1904. - - - - E3M3 

- Sidgwick (H.) Ecce Homo. In his Miscellaneous essays. 1904. E8S1 
Seeley (L. B. ) ed. Fanny Burney and her friends, ill. - - A131 
Seething days, a romance ; by C. C. Holroyd. - - - - 79 HI 
Seething pot; by George A. Birmingham. - --.•-•- 143B1 

Segue, (Comtesse de) Les vacances. 43 SI 

Seidel (Martin) In the time of Jesus. 1885. - 22608 

Seignobos (Charles) Ancient civilization [to a.d. 400]. 1907. - 90308 

- History of mediaeval civilization [a. d. 9-1700]. 1908. - - 90309 
Selborne. White (G.) The natural history of Selborne. 1905.- 59102 
Selden, John. Adams (W. H. D.) Selden's "Table talk." In 

his Famous books. 02810 

Self-culture. For related subjects, see Culture. 

- Black (H.) The practice of self-culture. 1904. - - - 37407 

- Blackie( J. S.) Self -culture. 1903. 37403 

Self-help, conduct and perseverance ; by S. Smiles. 1905. ill. 37402 
Seligman (Edwin R. A.) Principles of economics. 1907. ill. maps. 33017 

Sellers (Edith) Foreign solutions of poor law problems. - - 33903 

Selo us (Frederick C.) A hunter's wanderings in Africa. 1907. 79911 

Semenoff(E.) Russian government and the massacres. 1907.- 94021 

Semenoff (Vladimar) The battle of Tsu-shima. 1906. plan. 95120 
Semper (Karl) The natural conditions of existence as they 

affect animal life. 1883. ill. maps. - 59109 

Sen, Keshub Chunder. In Mliller (F. Max) Works, v. 6. 1904. E5M2 

Senator North [a novel] ; by G. F. Atherton. - - - - 55A4 

Seneca. In Davis (C. H. S.) Greek and Roman stoicism. 1903. 18803 
Sen ex. See Reid (Robert). 

Senior (William) Near and far, sketches of sport. 1890. - 79915 

Senn (C. H.) Breakfast and supper dishes. .... 64101 

Sense and sensibility ; by J. Austen. 60 A 3 

Senses. For lists of related subjects, see Physiology. Psychology. 

- Aitken (E. H.) The five windows of the soul. 1906. - , - 15201 

- McKendrick (J. G.) and Snodgrass (W.) The physiology of 

the senses. 1893. ill. - - - - - - - 61203 

- Organs of sense. In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 7-8. - 03208-9 

- See also Touch. 

Sentimental Tommy, the story of his boyhood ; by J. M. Barrie. 24 B 6 

Sepet (Marius) Saint Louis [a biography]. 1899. - - - L072 

Sergeant (Adeline) The coming of the Randolphs. - - - 45 SI 

- An impetuous girl. 45S3 

- The love that overcame. - - - 45 S 2 

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Sermons. For collections of sermons, see under the following names : 

Ainger (Alfred) Jones (E. G.) Moule (Handley C. G.) Bp. 

Bamett (Samuel A.) Jowett (J. H.) Hunger (Theodore T.) 

Beecher (Henry W.) Kingsley (Charles) Newman (John H.) Cardinal 

Black (Hugh). Laidlaw (John). Parker (Joseph) 

Butler (Joseph) Bp. Macaskill (Murdoch) Pearse (Mark G.) 

Caird(John) Maclagan (P. G.) Rainy (Robert) 

Creigbton (Mandell) Bp. Maclaren (Alexander) Spurgeon (Charles H.) 

Davidson(RandallT.)^5-c7i^.Macmillan (Hugh) Young (Dinsdale T.) 

Forsyth (William). Magee (William C.) Archbj). 

Harper (Frederick) Meyer (Frederick B.) 

Servant of the public ; by Anthony Hope. 82H10 

Servants. Bell (Lady) The lot of the servant. In her Minor 

moralist, essays. 1903. 17008 

Service of God, sermons, essays [etc.] ; by S. A. Barnett. 1897. 25212 

Serviss (Garrett P.) Pleasures of the telescope. 1907. ill. - 52309 

Sesame and lilies [on books, reading, etc.]; bj' J. Ruskin. 1905. 82805 

Sessions (Fred.) Literary celebrities of Lake-district. 1907. ill. 99902 

Seth of the cross ; by A. Courlander. 156 CI 

Seton (Ernest T.) Animal heroes. 1906. ill.- - - - 59128 

- Lives of the hunted [animals]. 1904. ill. - 59115 
Seton (Grace G. T. ) A woman tenderfoot. 1901. ill. - - 79906 

Camp life and sport in the Eocky Mountains. 

Settlers in Canada ; by Captain F. Marry at. - - - - 52 M 24 

Seven seas [poems] ; by R. Kipling. 1905. .... 404K 

Seven streams ; by W. Deeping. 78D1 

Severinus, Saint. In Kingsley (C.) The hermits. 1885. - - 99809 

Severn, Joseph, Life and letters of ; by W. Sharp. 1892. port. ill. S301 

Severn. In Industrial rivers of the United Kingdom. 1888. ill. 38002 

Sevigne (Madame de) Lettres. mem. S091 

Sevigne, Madame de. In Sainte-Beuve(C. A.) Essays, v. 3. port. E11S3 

Seville. Calvert (A. F.) Seville, historical, descriptive. 1907. - 93417 

Sewall (Frank) Reason in belief. 1906. 23904 

Seward, William H. [a biography] ; by T. K. Lothrop. 1896. - Sill 

Sewell (A. J.) The dog's medical dictionary. 1907. ill. - 61903 

Sewell (Elizabeth M.) Amy Herbert. 48S2 

- Cleve Hall. 48 S 8 

- The earl's daughter. - - - 48 S 9 

- Gertrude. - 48S10 

- A glimpse of the world. 48S11 

- Home life. 48 S3 

- After life [a sequel to " Home life"]. 48S4 

- Ivors, or, the two cousins. 48 SI 

- Katharine Ashton. 48 S 7 

- Margaret Percival. 48 S 5 

- Ursula, a tale of country life. - - - - - - - 48 S 12 

Sewell (Tyson) The construction of dynamos. 1907. ill. - 62415 
Sewing machines. For list of other industries, see Industries. 

- Hasluck (P. N.) ed. Sewing machines, construction [etc.] ill. 68703 

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Sewing machines. Urquhart (J. W. ) Sewing machinery. 1881. ill. 68702 
Sex. For list of related subjects, see Evolution. 

- Geddes (P. ; and Thomson (J. A.) Evolution of sex. 1889. ill. 
Sexton (A. H. ) Chemistry of the materials of engineering. 1906. 
Seylkr (C. A.) Composition [etc.] of coal. In Coal-mining, v. 1. 
Seymour (Frederick) Siena and her artists. 1907. ill. map. 
Shabby genteel story ; by W. M. Thackeray. 2 copies. - 
Shadow. See Brown (Alexander). 

Shadow of a crime ; by Hall Caine. 

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Shadowed lives ; by A. S. Swan. 

Shaftesbury, 3rd Earl of. In Robertson ( J. M. ) Humanists. 
Shakespeare (William) Works; ed. by W. G. Clark 

W. A. Wright. 1904. - 

- Works, Cambridge Shakespeare ; ed. by W. A. Wright. 

1. The tempest. Two gentlemen of Verona. Merry wives of Windsor. 
Measure for measure. Comedy of errors. 2. Much ado about nothing. 
Love's labour's lost. Midsummer-night's dream. The merchant of Venice. 
As you like it. 3. Taming of the shrew. All's well that ends well. Twelfth 
night. The winter's tale. 4. King John. King Richard II. King Henry IV. 
King Henry V. 5. King Henry VI. King Richard III. King Henry VIII. 

6. Troilus and Cressida. Coriolanus. Titus Andronicus. Romeo and Juliet. 

7. Timon of Athens. Julius Csesar. Macbeth. Hamlet. 8. King Lear. 
Othello. Antony and Cleopatra. Cymbeline. 9. Pericles. Venus and 
Adonis. Rape of Lucrece. Sonnets. Reprints. 

- Works, Pitt Press Shakespeare; ed. by A. W. Verity. 1901-5. 10 v. 

As you like it, 120 S. Julius Caesar, 121 S. King Henry V., 122 S. 
King Lear, 123 S. King Richard II., 124 S. Macbeth, 125 S. Merchant of 
Venice, 126 S. Midsummer-night's dream, 127 S. The tempest, 128 S. 

Twelfth night, 129 S. 

- Selections. In Imagination and fancy. 82234 

Shakespeare, William. In Bagehot (W.) Literary studies, v. 1. E5B1 

- In Beeching (H. C.) Provincial letters, and other papers. - E6B1 

- Bradley (A. C.) Shakespearean tragedy. 1906. - - - 82512 

"Lectures on Hamlet, Othello, King Lear, Macbeth." 

- Collins (J. C. ) Predecessors of Shakspeare ; The Porson of 

Shakspearian criticism [Theobald]. In Ids Essays. - - E4C1 

- Corson (H. ) Introduction to study of Shakespeare. 1907. - 82509 

- Couch (A. T. Quiller) Historical tales from Shakespeare. 1905. 82502 
"The passionate pilgrim"; Shakespeare's lyrics. In his 

Adventures in criticism. 1896. E2C1 

- Craik (G. L.) The English of Shakespeare. 1857. - - - 82511 

M Illustrated in a philological commentary on his ' Julius Caesar.' " 

- Garnett (R.) The date and occasion of "The tempest." In 

his Essays of an ex-librarian. 1901. - - - - E3G1 

- Hazlitt (W.) Shakspeare and Milton; Shakspeare and Ben 

Jonson. In his Lectures on the English poets. 1884. - 82004 

- Hughes (C. E. ) ed. The praise of Shakespeare. 1904. - - 82507 

- Lathrop (E.) Where Shakespeare set his stage, ill. - - 82506 

- Lee (S.) A life of William Shakespeare. 1905. bibl. port. ill. S071 

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Shakespeare, William. Luce (M.) A handbook to the works of 

Shakespeare. 1906. 82504 

- Raleigh (W.) Shakespeare [a biography]. 1907. - - - S072 

- In Sidgwick (H.) Essays and addresses. 1904. - - - E8S1 

Shakespeare's methods, with special reference to "Julius Caesar" and 
"Coriolanus." Shakespeare and the romantic drama, with special reference 
to "Macbeth." 

- Smith (D. N.) ed. Eighteenth century essays on Shakespeare. 82505 

Some account of the life, etc., of Mr. William Shakespear. 1709; by 
N. Howe. On the genius and writings of Shakespear, 1711 ; by J. Dennis. 
Preface to edition of Shakespeare, 1733 ; by L. Theobald. Preface to edition 
of Shakespeare, 1765 ; by S. Johnson. Essay on the learning of Shakespeare, 
1767 ; by R. Farmer. Essay on the dramatic character of Sir John Falstaff , 
1777 ; by M. Morgann. [Etc.] 

Shaler(Nat. S.) Kentucky, a pioneer commonwealth. 1884. map. 97309 

Shall I win her ? by J. Grant. - - 51G11 

Shandon bells ; by W. Black. - - - - - - - 62 B 5 

Sharp (Arch.) Balancing of engines, steam, gas, petrol. 1907. 62121 

Sharp (Elizabeth A.) ed. Lyra Celtica, an anthology. 1896. - 82228 

Sharp (Evelyn) Nicolete, a novel. --- 54S3 

Sharp (Peter) Flax, tow, and jute spinning. 1907. ill. - 67728 

Sharp (William) From the hills of dream, poems. 1907. - 2001 S 

- The winged destiny [stories, etc.] 53 SI 

Sharp (William) Life and letters of Joseph Severn. 1892. ill. S301 

Sharpe (A. B.) The principles of Christianity. 1906. - - 23012 

Sharpe (S. ) History of the Hebrew nation and its literature. - 29608 

Shaving of Shagpat, an Arabian entertainment; by G. Meredith. 82M11 
Shaw (A. H.) Elementary science applied to sanitation and 

plumbers' work. 1906. ill. 62807 

Shaw (Albert) Municipal government in Great Britain. 1904. 35208 

- Political problems of American development. 1907. - - 32004 
Shaw (George B.) Common sense of municipal trading. 1904. 35204 
Shaw (T. C.) Ex cathedra essays on insanity. 1904. - - 61611 
Shaw (Thomas B.) and Thompson (A. H.) English literature. 1903. 82012 

- ed. Specimens of English literature. 1905. - 82013 
Shaw (Wm. A.) Beginnings of the national debt. In Essays. - 90406 
Shaxby (John H.) Elementary electrical engineering. 1907. - 62413 
She, a history of adventure ; by H. Rider Haggard. - - - 3H12 
Shearer, John. 7?iFergusson(R. M.) Alexander Hume. 1899. ill. H091 
Sheehan (Patrick A.) My new curate, a story. - - - 171 SI 
Sheep-stealers [a novel] ; by Mrs. V. Jacob. .... 42 Jl 

Sheila; by A. S. Swan. 148 S 13 

Sheldon (Charles M.) The crucifixion of Phillip Strong. - 56S7 

- The reformer. 56S6 

Shelley (Percy B. ) Poetical works, mem. port. - - 701 S 

- Selections. In English poets, v. 4. 1905. mem. - - - 82224 
Shelley, Percy B. In Bagehot ( W. ) Literary studies, v. 1. 1898. E5B1 

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Shelley, Percy B. In Brooke (S. A.) Studies in poetry. 1907. - 82412 

Inaugural addresses to the Shelley Society. The lyrics of Shelley. 
Epipsychidion. 

- In Garnett (R.) Essays of an ex-librarian. 1901. - - - E3G1 

Shelley and Lord Beaconsfield. Shelley's views on art. 

- Kingsley(C) Shelley and Byron. In his Lectures. 1898. - E1K4 

- Stephen (Sir L.) Godwin and Shelley. In his Hours in a library. E4S3 

- Trelawny (E. J.) Recollections of the last days of Shelley. - S411 

- Yeats (W. B. ) The philosophy of Shelley's poetry. In his Ideas 

of good and evil. E1Y1 

Shells. See Mollusks. 

Shenstone (William A.) Methods of glass blowing. 1902. ill. 66603 

- The new physics and chemistry. 1906. - - - . - - 53009 
Shepard (Edward M.) Martin Van Buren [a biography]. 1899. V031 
Shepheard (Harold B. ) The parables of man and of God. 1903. 21512 
Siierer (J. W.) Daily life during the Indian mutiny. 1898. port. 94724 
Sheridan (Richard B.) Plays, mem. 601 S 

The school for scandal. The rivals. The critic. Pizarro. St. Patrick's 
day. The duenna. A trip to Scarborough. 

Sherlock Holmes series ; by Sir A. Conan Doyle. 6 v. 

1. A study in scarlet, 51 D 14. 2. The hound of the Baskervilles, 51 D 10. 
3. The sign of four, 51 D 7. 4. The adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 51 D 6. 
5. The memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, 51D17. 6. The return of Sherlock 
Holmes, 51D19. 

Sherrington (Charles S.) Physiology, its scope and method. 

In Lectures on the methods of science. 1906. - - 50421 

Shiel (Matthew P. ) The evil that men do. .... 58S1 

- The yellow wave. 58S2 

Shining ferry ; by A. T. Quiller Couch. . 99C12 

Ship of stars ; by A. T. Quiller Couch. 99 C 9 

Shipbuilding. For list of related subjects, see Engineering. 

- Attwood (E. L.) War-ships, a text-book. 1906. ill. - - 62601 

- Bland (W.) The forms of ships and boats. 1902. ill. - - 62626 

- Harland (Sir E. J.) Shipbuilding in Belfast. With Smiles (S.) 

Men of invention and industry. 1905. ill. - - - 99703 

- Holmes (SirG.C.V.) Ancient and modern ships. 1906-7. 2v. ill. 62629-30 

1. Wooden sailing-ships. 2. The era of steam, iron, and steel. 

- Thearle (S. J. P.) Naval architecture, laying off and building. 62615-6 

1. Text. 2. Plates. 

Theoretical naval architecture. 2 v. ill. - - - - 62617-8 

1. Text. 2. Plates and tables. 

- See also Yachts. 

Shipley (A. E.) and Heed (F. R. C.) Brachiopods, recent, 

fossil. 1898. ill. - - - 59402 

Ships. Ginsburg(B. W.) Shipping. In British industries. 1907. 33804 

Ships that pass in the night ; by B. Harraden. - - - - 24H2 

Shirley (James) Poems. In Specimens of dramatic poets. - 82508 

Shirley, a tale ; by C. Bronte. 2 copies. 92 Bl 

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Shoes. Boot making. In Cassell's Technical educator, v. 5-6. ill. 60310-1 

Shoes of fortune ; by Neil Munro. 123 M 3 

Shooting. For list of other sports, see Sports. 

- Harrison (E.) Dissertation upon guns and shooting. 1906. - 79918 

- Lancaster (C.) The art of shooting. 1906. ill, - - - 79921 
Shore, Sir John. In Morris (H.) Governors-general. 1907. - 99823 
Shore (Thomas W.) Origin of the Anglo-Saxon race. 1906. - 91603 
Short (Ernest H.) A history of sculpture. 1907. ill - - 73002 
Short cruises [stories] ; by W. W. Jacobs. - - - 4 J 11 
Shorter (Clement K.) Immortal memories. 1907.- - - E6S1 

Samuel Johnson. William Cowper. George Borrow. George Crabbe. 
The literary associations of East Anglia. Dr. Johnson's ancestry. Ferdi- 
nand Lassalle. Lord Acton and the hundred best books. 

Shorter (Mrs. Dora S.) Collected poems. 1907. - - - 1301S 

Shorthand. For list of related subjects, see Business. 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 1-2. 1903. - - - 03202-3 

- Gregg (J. R.) Gregg shorthand. 1907. 65302 

- Pitman (Sir I. ) Shorthand instructor ; with key. - - - 65305 

Phonographic teacher ; with key. 65301 

Shorthand manual ; with key. ------ 65303 

Shorthand reporter. - 65307 

Phonographic phrase book. 65308 

Shorthand dictionary. 65309 

- R. (R. M.) Fonritng, quickest method of recording speech. - 65331 

- Reed (T. A.) Technical reporting. 65314 

- Boohs in Pitman's Shorthand. Blackie (J. S.) On self-culture, 

corresponding style. -------- 65319 

- - Boothby (G. N.) Billy Binks, hero [easy style]. - - - 65318 
The phantom stockman, easy style. 65317 

- - Defoe (D.) Robinson Crusoe, corresponding style. - - 65310 

Dickens (C.) The battle of life, corresponding style. - - 65311 

The chimes, corresponding style. 65312 

The cricket on the hearth, reporting style. - - - 65313 

The haunted man, reporting style. 65320 

Doyle (Sir A. Conan) The sign of four, reporting style. - 65321 

Gleanings, reporting style ; with key. 2 v. - - - 65315-6 

Goldsmith (O.) The vicar of Wakefield, corresponding style. 65322 

Harte (F. Bret) Thankful Blossom [reporting style]. - - 65324 

Ingraham (J. H.) Silver ship of Mexico, corresponding style. 65323 

Irving (W.) The legend of Sleepy Hollow, reporting style.- 65326 

Rip Van Winkle, reporting style. 65325 

Select readings, corresponding style. 2 v. - - - 65329-30 

Selections from American authors, reporting style. - - 65328 

Verne (J.) Around the world in eighty days, reporting style. 65327 

Shorthouse (Joseph H.) Blanche, Lady Falaise, a tale. - - 62 S3 

- John Inglesant, a romance. 62 SI 

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Shorthocjse (Joseph H.) The little schoolmaster Mark, a romance. 62 S 2 

Shotts. Grossart (W.) Historic notices of Shotts. 1880.- - 92014 

Shrewsbury, a romance ; by S. J. Weyman. .... 45 W4 

SHUMAN (EDWIN L.) Practical journalism. 1903. ill. - - 07001 

Siberia. Deutsch (L.) Sixteen years in Siberia. 1905. ill. - 95403 

- Swayne (H. G. C.) Through the highlands of Siberia. 1904. ill. 95402 
Sichel (Edith) Life and letters of Alfred Ainger. 1906. - - A 231 
Sichel (Walter) Emma, Lady Hamilton [her life]. 1905. ill. H151 
Sicily. Jackson (F. H.) Sicily [a description]. 1904. ill. map. 93709 
Side-walk studies [essays] ; by H. A. Dobson. 1902. ill. - E2D1 
Sidey (Arthur C.) Mnemonics in a nutshell. 1905. - - 15401 
Sidgwick (Mrs. Alfred) The professor's legacy. - - - 64S1 
Sidgwick (Henry) Miscellaneous essays and addresses. 1904.- E8S1 

[Seeley's] Ecce Homo. The poems and prose remains of Arthur Hugh 
Clough. Shakespeare's methods. Bentham .and Benthamism in politics 
and ethics. The scope and method of economic science. The relation of 
ethics to sociology. Classical education. Idle fellowships. [Etc.] 

Sidgwick, Henry, a memoir; by A. and E.M. Sidgwick. 1906. bibl. S201 

Sidney (Sir Philip) Lyric poems; ed. by E. Rhys. mem. port. 1601 S 

- Selections. In English poets, v. 1. 1903. mem. - - - 82221 
Sidney, Sir Philip. Adams(W.H.D.) Sidney's "Arcadia." /rcBooks. 02810 

Siege of London [a story] ; by H. James. 7 J 13 

Sieges. For list of related subjects, see History. 

- Grilliat (E.) The romance of modern sieges. 1908. ill. - - 90405 

Delhi. Lucknow. Paris. 

Siena. Seymour (F.) Siena and her artists. 1907. ill. map.- 93704 
Sienkiewicz (Hekryk) " Quo vadis ? " a narrative of time of Nero. 65 SI 
Sign of four [Sherlock Holmes series, No. 3] ; by Sir A. C. Doyle. 51 D 7 
Signals. Tyndall (J.) Experiments on fog-signals. ^/iisFragments. 50408 
Sikhs. Gordon (Sir J. J. H.) The Sikhs [a history]. 1904. ill. 94804 

Silas Marner ; by George Eliot. 2 copies. 21 E 7 

Silas Strong [a novel] ; by I. Bacheller. 1B1 

Silberrad (Una L. ) Curayl [a novel]. 66S2 

- The wedding of the Lady of Lovell. 66S1 

Silcote of Silcotes ; by H. Kingsley. 26K8 

Silence. In Maeterlinck (M.) The treasure of the humble. 1907. E8M2 
Silence of Dean Maitland, a novel ; by Maxwell Gray. - - 57 Gl 
Silent gate, a voyage into prison ; by T. Hopkins. - - - 86H1 
Silver lining [sermons] ; by J. H. Jowett. 1907. - - - 25228 

Silver skull ; by S. R. Crockett. 120C9 

Silverado squatters ; by R. L. Stevenson. 1901. - - - 97401 
Silversmithing. Wilson (H.) Silverwork and jewellery. 1903. ill. 73902 
Sime (A. H. M.) The literary life of Edinburgh. 1898. - - 82015 
Sime (James) ed. Samuel I. -II. ; with notes. (Temple Bible). 1902. 22315 
Simeon Stylites. In Kingsley (C.) The hermits. 1885. ill. - 99809 
Simmins (S.) A modern bee farm, its management. 1904. ill. 63801 

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Simon (John S.) The revival of religion in England in the 

eighteenth century. 1907. 27607 

Simon Dale [a romance] ; by Anthony Hope. - - - 82 H 5 

Simpleton, a story of the day ; by C. Reade. - - - 16 R 4 
Simpson, Sir James Y. , and chloroform ; by H. L. Gordon. 1897. port. S271 

Simpson (Robert) Martyrland [a story]. 164 SI 

Sims (George R.) Dagonet ditties. 1891. 1701S 

Sin. For list of related subjects, see Theology. 

- Tennanc (F. R.) The origin and propagation of sin. 1906. - 23302 
Sinai. Bensly (Mrs. R. L.) Our journey to Sinai. 1896. ill. - 94404 

- Haynes (A. E.) Man-hunting in the desert. 1894. ill.- - 94410 

"The Palmer search expedition, 1882-3." 

Sinclair (Archibald) Swimming and life saving, ill. - - 79603 

Sinclair (William M.) Likewise the younger women. 1901.- 17104 

Singapore. Cook (J. A. B.) Sunny Singapore, place, people. 1907. 95002 
Singing. For list of other subjects in music, see Music. 

- Breare (W. H.) Vocal faults and their remedies. 1907. - 78406 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 1-4. 1903. - - - 03202-5 

- Henderson (W. J.) The art of the singer. 1906. - - - 78405 

- Moir (F. L.) Natural voice production. 1899. fo. mus. - 78419 

- Nava (G. ) Method of instruction for baritone voice, fo. mus. 78420 

- Panseron (A.) Vocalisation for mezzo-soprano, fo. mus. - 78412 

- Stockhausen (J.) A method of singing, mus.- - - - 78409 

- Vaccaj (N. ) Practical method of Italian singing, fo. mus. - 78421 

- See also Breathing. Tonic sol-fa. Voice. 

Singleheart and doubleface, a romance ; by C. Reade. - - 16 Rl 
Singles from life's gathering [essays] ; by W. Jacks. 1903. - E1J1 
Sinker (Robert) ed. Daniel, and the minor prophets ; with 

notes. (Temple Bible). 1902. 22505 

Sir Andrew Wylie of that ilk ; by J. Gait. - - - - 7G1 
Sir George Tressady ; by Mrs. H. Ward. 14W5 

A sequel to " Marcella," 14 W 3. 

Sir Gibbie [a novel] ; by G. MacDonald. 10 M 3 

Sir Jasper Carew [a novel] ; by C. Lever. 39L7 

Sir John Constantine, his adventures ; by A. T. Qiuller Couch.- 99C11 

Sir Mortimer [a novel] ; by M. Johnston. 26 Jl 

Sir Nigel [a romance] ; by Sir A. Conan Doyle. - - - - 51 D 20 
Sir Toady Lion, The surprising adventures of ; by S. R. Crockett. 120 C 24 
Sir Toady Crusoe; by S. R. Crockett. 120 C 28 

A sequel to " Sir Toady Lion." 
Sir Tom [a novel] ; by Mrs. M. O. W. Oliphant. - - - 607 

Siren's web, a romance of London society ; by A. Thomas. - 16T1 
Sirius, and other stories ; by E. T. Fowler. - - - 45 F 3 

Sismondi (Jean C. L. S. de) Historical view of the literature of 

the south of Europe. 1889-1903. 2 v. mem. port. - 80901-2 
Sismondi, Jean C. L. S. de. In Alison (Sir A.) Essays, v. 3. 1850, E3A3 

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Sissie [a story] ; by E. J. Worboise. 83W11 

Sisters, a novel ; by A. Cambridge. - - - - - 9 CI 

Sisters, a romance ; by G. Ebers. - - - - - - 3E3 

Skating. For list of other sports, see Sports. 

- Yglesias (H. R.) Figure skating, ill. 79619 

Skeat (Walter W.) Classical and English philology. 1905. - 41005 

Skelton (John) A selection from poetical works, bibl. mem. - 1801 S 

Skelton (Sir J.) Summers and winters at Balmawhapple. 2 v. S252-3 

Skene (William F.) The Highlanders of Scotland. 1902. port. 92201 

Skerry (George E.) The civil service manual. - - - - 35102 

Sketch book ; by W. Irving. 1900. 81705 

Sketches and essays ; by W. Hazlitt. 1900. - - - - E1H1 

Sketches by Boz ; by C. Dickens. 3 copies. .... 30D18 

Sketches of Scar braes ; by G. Williams. 66 Wl 

Skinner (Robert P.) Abyssinia of to-day. 1906. ill. - - 95802 

Skipper's wooing ; by W. W. Jacobs. 4J2 

Serine (Francis H.) Fontenoy, 1741-8. 1906. ill. maps. - 93007 
Serine (John H.) Pastor agnorum, schoolmaster's afterthoughts. 37007 

Skuse (F. A. A.) British stalk-eyed Crustacea and spiders, ill. 59503 

Sky pilot, a tale of the foothills ; by Ralph Connor. - - - 80 C 5 
Skye. MacCulloch(J. A. ) The misty isle of Skye. 1905. ill. map. 92101 

- Weld (C. R.) Two months in the Highlands, Orcadia, and Skye. 92206 
Sladen (Douglas B. W.) The Japs at home. 1893.- ill. - 95304 
Slaking of the sword, tales; by Mrs. H. Fraser. - - - 51F2 
Slater (Gilbert) The English peasantry and the enclosure of 

common fields. 1907. maps. 33303 

Slater (J. A.) The world's commercial products. - - - 90608 

Slater (Joshua) The law of arbitration and awards. 1905. - 34706 

Slattery (Charles L.) The Master of the world, Christ. 1906. 23215 

Slaughter (F. ) One dog and the other, canine character, ill. - 63616 

Slave of the lamp ; by Henry Seton Merriman. - - - - 85 M 5 
Slavery. For list of related subjects, see Political science. 

- Alison (Sir A.) Negro emancipation. In his Essays, v. 1. - E3A1 

- [In Helps (Sir A.)] Friends in council, v. 1. 1900. - - E6H1 

- Stevens (W.) The slave in history. 1904. ill. - - - 32601 
Sleep. For list of related subjects, see Mind and body. 

- Bigelow (J.) The mystery of sleep. 1904. - - * - - 13501 
Sleeping sickness. Lankester (Sir E. R.) Nature's revenges, the 

sleeping sickness. In his The kingdom of man. 1907. ill. 50420 
Sleight of hand. See Conjuring. 

Slicer (Thomas R.) The way to happiness. 1907. - - ■ 17124 
Slides. For list of related subjects, see Photography. 

- Lambert (F. C. ) Lantern slide making. 1907. ill. - - 77802 
Sloane (William M.) The French war and the revolution 

[North America 1688-1783]. 1893. maps. - - - 96802 

Sloman (Arthur) A grammar of classical Latin. 1906. - - 47801 

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Smalilou, a novel ; by J. H. Yoxall. 9Y1 

Small (Annie H.) Islam. 1905. 29703 

Smart (J. S.) James Macpherson, an episode in literature. 1905. 82405 

Smeaton, John. In Smiles (S.) Engineers, v. 2. 1904. port. ill. 99705 

Smeaton (William H. O.) Medici and the Italian renaissance.- 85001 

- By adverse winds. - - - - - - - - - 80S 2 

Smedley (Frank E.) Frank Fairlegh. 81S2 

- Lewis Arundel, or, the railroad of life. - - - - 81 SI 
Smellie, William. Glaister (J.) Dr. William Smellie and his 

contemporaries. 1894. bibl. port. S231 

Smiles (Samuel) Character. 1905. ill. 17004 

- Duty, illustrations of courage, patience, endurance. 1905. ill. 17003 

- Huguenots in England and Ireland. 1905. ill. - - - 27204 

- Life of a Scotch naturalist, Thomas Edward. 1905. ill. - E021 

- Lives of the engineers. 1874-1904. 5 v. ill. - - - 99704-8 

- Men of invention and industry. 1905. ill. - - - - 99703 

The contents will be found at Biography. 

- Robert Dick, geologist and botanist. 1905. ill. - - - D061 

- Self-help, conduct and perseverance. 1905. ill. - - - 37402 

- Thrift, a book of domestic counsel. 1905. ill. - - - 17401 

- ed. James Nasmyth, engineer, an autobiography. 1883. ill. N041 
Smith (A.) and Hale (W. J.) Laboratory outline of chemistry. 54202 
Smith (Adam) The wealth of nations. 2 v. - - - - 33002-3 
Smith, Alex. Kingsley (C.) Smith and Pope. In his Lectures. E1K4 
Smith (Arthur H.) China and America to-day. 1907. - - 95114 
Smith (Bertram T. K.) How to collect postage stamps. 1907. ill. 38301 
Smith (C. J.) Synonyms discriminated. 1871.- - - - 42402 
Smith (Charles E.) My dog is sick. 1907. .... 61901 
Smith (David N.) ed. Eighteenth century essays on Shakespeare. 82505 
Smith (Francis H.) At close range. 86 S 2 

- The tides of Barnegat. 86 SI 

Smith, Sir Francis P. In Smiles (S.) Men of industry. 1905. - 99703 

Smith (G. A.) Principles and methods of taxation. 1907. - 33605 

Smith (G. R.) Enlargements, production and finish. 1907. ill. 77005 

Smith (George) Assyrian discoveries. 1875. ill. map. - - 94405 

Smith (George) The geography of British India. 1882. maps. 94708 

Smith (George A.) The life of Henry Drummond. 1905. - D051 

Smith (George B.) Franklin and the North-west Passage, ill. F181 

Smith (George G.) [Literature of] The transition period. 1900. 80906 
Smith (Goldwin) Commonwealth or Empire [United States]. 1 902. 35301 

- A trip to England. 1905. 91604 

Smith (Hermann) Modern organ tuning. 78604 

- The world's earliest music, ill. 78018 

Smith (J. W. G.) The cradle of the Hapsburgs. 1907. ill. - H231 
Smith (James and Horace) Rejected addresses [poems]. 1879. port. 401 S 

Smith (John) Ferns, British and foreign. 1896. ill. - - 58701 

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Smith (Justin H. ) Struggle for the fourteenth colony. 2 v. - 96904-5 

Canada and the American revolution. 

Smith (Nora A.) joint- author. See Wiggin (Kate D.) 

Smith (Philip) Ancient history of the east to [332 B.C.] 1895. 90204 

- History of the Christian church [to 1555]. 2 v. ill. - - 27002-3 

- The New Testament history. 1892. ill. maps. - - - 22603 
Smith (Reginald B.) Carthage and the Carthaginians. 1902.- 95603 
Smith (Robert H.) Electric traction. 1905. ill. plans. - - 62428 

Smith (Robinson) ed. English quotations. 82823 

Smith (Mrs. S. H.) Forty years of Washington society [1800-41]. S341 

Smith (Sydney) Selections; ed. by E. Rhys. mem. - - E12S1 

Wit and humour. The education of women. Waterton's ' ' Wanderings." 
The conversion of India. [Etc.] 

Smith, Sydney. In Saintsbury (G. E. B.) Essays, v. 1. 1896. 82103 
Smith (W. A.) Lewsiana, life in the outer Hebrides. 1875. ill. 92205 
Smith (Watson) Chemistry of hat manufacturing. 1906. ill. 68704 
Smith (Sir William) History of Greece to [146 B.C.] 1902. ill. 93821 

- A smaller history of Rome [753 b.c.-a.d. 117]. 1904. ill. maps. 93611 

- ed. The Old Testament history to [400 B.C.] 1902. ill. maps. 22101 
Smoke. For list of related subjects, see Sanitary engineering. 

- Barr(W. M.) Combustion of coal and prevention of smoke. 1901. 62808 

- Booth (W. H. ) and Kershaw (J. B. C.) Smoke prevention 

and fuel economy. 1904. ill. 62806 

Smoking. See Cigarettes. 

Smollett, Tobias. In Thackeray (W. M.) English humourists. 

2 copies. 12T7 

Smyth (C. P.) Our inheritance in the great pyramid. 1864. ill. 95706 

Smyth (J. P.) The preacher and his sermon. 1907. - - - 25103 

Snaith (John C. ) Broke of Covenden. - - - - - 90S 2 

- Lady Barbarity, a romantic comedy. 90 SI 

Snares of the world ; by C. H. Aide. 13A1 

Sneddon (James) and others. Musical educator. 5 v. ill. mus. 78003-7 

Snell (F. J.) [Literature of] The fourteenth century. 1899. - 80905 

- North Devon [a description]. 1906. col. ill. - - - 91719 

- Primer of Italian literature. 1893. 85003 

Snell (John F. C.) The distribution of electrical energy, ill. - 62429 

Snell Exhibitions ; by W. I. Addison. 1901. ... - 37801 

" Founder, foundation, foundationers." 

Snider (Denton J.) Social institutions, origin [etc.] 1901. - 30109 
Snodgrass (William) joint-author. See McKendrick (John G.) 

Snow-image [and other twice-told tales] ; by N. Hawthorne. - 42 H 6 

Snyder (Harry) Dairy chemistry. 1906. ill- - - - 63702 
Soap. For list of related subjects, see Chemical technology. 

- Watt (A.) The art of soap-making. 1907. ill. - - 66803 
Social contract, political right ; by J. J. Rousseau. 1905. - 32001 
Social departure [journey round the world] ; by Mrs. E. Cotes. 90814 
Social silhouettes ; by G. W. E. Russell. 1906. - - - 30408 

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Socialism. For list of related subjects, see Political economy. 

- Ballard (F. ) Christianity and socialism. In The citizen of 

to-morrow. 1906. bibl. 30409 

- Bax (E. B.) Essays in socialism, new aud old. 1906. - - 33502 

- Bebel (A.) and others. Modern socialism. 1907. - - - 33504 

Account of Marx's theory ; by F. Engels. Labour question from the 
socialist standpoint ; by W. Morris. Problems of modern industry ; by S. and 
B. Webb. Whether class antagonism is softening down ; by K. Kautsky. 
Revolutionary and reformist controversy. Socialism and the capitalistic 
transformation of agriculture ; by E. Yaudervelde. Economics of direct em- 
ployment ; by the Fabian Society. Municipal socialism ; by J, Burns. [Etc.] 

- Bissiker (H. ) Social Christianity. In The citizen of to-morrow. 30409 

- Bosanquet (B.) Some socialistic features of ancient societies. 

In his Essays and addresses. 1899. - - - - - E10B1 

- The case against socialism, a handbook. 1908. - - - 33510 

- Kaufmann (M.) Socialism, nature, dangers, and remedies. 1874.33505 

- In Kelly (E.) Government, or, human evolution, v. 2. 1901. 32013 

- Kirkup(T.) A history of socialism. 1906. - 33501 

- Mallock (W. H.) A critical examination of socialism. 1908. - 33508 

- Richter (E.) Pictures of the socialistic future. 1907. - - 33507 

- Ward (W.) "How can I help England ? " 1906. - - - 33503 

"The relationship of Christianity to social and political problems of 
to-day." 

- Wells (H. G.) New worlds for old. 1908. .... 33509 

- Wrixon (Sir H.) The pattern nation, or, socialism. 1907. - 33506 

- See also Equality. Nihilism. 

Society. For lists of related subjects, see Ethics. Sociology. 

- Emerson (R. W.) Society and solitude. In his Works, v. 3.- E2E3 

- In Hobbes (T.) English works, v. 2. 19210 

Philosophical rudiments concerning government and society — liberty, 
dominion, and religion. 

- Kautsky (K.) Whether class antagonism is softening down. In 

Modern socialism. 1907. - - 33504 

- Macaulay (Lord) Southey's Colloquies on society. In Works. 82827 

- Russell (G. W. E.) Social silhouettes. 1906.- - - - 30408 
Society of Friends. See Quakers. 

Sociology. Bagehot (W.) Physics and politics. 1896. - - 30107 

"The application of the principles of 'natural selection 'and 'inheri- 
tance ' to political society. " 

- Baker (J. H.) American problems, essays and addresses. 1907. 30410 

- Cotterill (C. C.) Human justice for those at the bottom. 1907. 30112 

- Denyer (C. H.) and others. Science in public affairs. 1906. 30412 

Science and physical development ; by C. H. Denyer and J. E. Hand. 
Science and city suburbs ; by Mrs. S. A. Barnett. Science in national 
education ; by M. E. Sadler. Science and colonial development ; by H. de 
R. Walker. Science and industry ; by J. A. Hobson. Science and citizen- 
ship ; by V. V. Branford. 

- George (W. L.) Engines of social progress. 1907.- - - 30411 

Organised emigration. Small holdings. Garden city. Model villages, 
Port Sunlight and Bournville. Housing schemes. Co operation. The trust 
public-house movement. Rescue. [Etc.] 

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Sociology. Giddings (F. H. ) Descriptive and historical sociology. 

1906. 30110 

- Le Bon (G.) The crowd, a study of the popular mind. 1908. 30111 

- Loch (C. S.) and others. Methods of social advance. 1904. 30401 

- Mackenzie (J. S.) Introduction to social philosophy. 1890. - 30105 

- Petrie (W. M. F.) Janus in modern life. 1907. - .- - 30108 

- Ruskin (J.) Fors clavigera, letters to workmen. 4 v. - - 30404-7 

- Sidgwick (H.) Relation of ethics to sociology. In his Essays. E8S1 

- Snider (D. J.) Social institutions, origin [etc.] 1901. - - 30109 

- Spencer (H.) The study of sociology. 1904. - 30101 

- Wells (H. G.) Anticipations. 1902. 30113 

'•' The reaction of mechanical and scientific progress upon human life 
and thought." 

Mankind in the making [a sequel to "Anticipations"]. 1904. 30104 

" A theory of social development and political conduct." 
A modern utopia [a sequel to " Mankind in the making "]. ill. 30114 

- See also Civilization. Commerce. Customs. Education. Freemasonry. 

Government. Industry. Insurance. Law. Political economy. 

Political science. Population. Progress. Reform. Society. 
Socrates. In Bernard (E. R.) Great moral teachers. 1906. bibl. 18001 
Socrates. Ecclesiastical history, a. d. 305 to [445]. mem. 
Soft side [stories] ; by H. James. ...... 

Soils. Morrow (G. E.) and Hunt (T. F.) Soils of the farm. 1905. 
Sojourning with God, and other sermons ; by R. Rainy. 1902. 
Solar system. For list of related subjects, see Astronomy. 

- Chambers (G. F. ) The story of the solar system. 1895. ill. - 
Soldene (Emily) My theatrical and musical recollections, port. 

Soldier tales ; by R. Kipling. 

Soldiers three; by R. Kipling. 

Solitude. Emerson (R. \T.) Society and solitude. In his Works. 
Somdet Phra. In Clifford (H.) Heroes of exile. 1906. - 
Some Indian friends [birds] ; by D. D. Cunningham. 1903. ill. 
Some Irish yesterdays ; by E. QE. Somerville and Martin Ross. 
Somers (Peecival) Pages from a country diary. 1904. ill. 
Somerset, Edward Seymour, Duke of. In limes (A. D.) Tudor 

statesmen, port. - 

Somerset. Page (J. L. W. ) Exmoor and west Somerset. 1895. 

ill. mop. 

Somerville (E. CE.) and Ross (Martin) Some Irish yesterdays. 
Somerville (Mary) Personal recollections. 1874. port. 
Somerville (Thomas) George Square, Glasgow. 1891. ill. - 

Son of Erin ; by A. S. Swan. 

Son of Hagar, a romance ; by Hall Caine. - 

Son of Reuben ; by S. K. Hocking. 

Soy of the Marshes. See Yisger (Jean A. O.) 
Son of the people, a romance ; by Baroness Orczy. 
Son of the sea [a story] ; by F. T. Bullen. - 

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Son of the soil ; by Mrs. M. 0. W. Oliphant. .... 606 
Sonatas. For list of other subjects in music, see Music. 

- Hadow (W. H.) Sonata form. mus. 78106 

Song of a single note, a love story ; by A. E. Barr. - - 18 B 2 
Song of Solomon. See Bible. 

Song of speed ; by W. E. Henley. 1903. 601H 

Songs. For lists of related subjects, see Music. Poetry, Collections. 

- Arne (T. A.) Twenty songs. *fo. mus. * 78413 

- Bowles (F. G.) ed. New songs. 1907. 82416 

- Brahms (J.) Twenty-two songs, fo. mus. .... 78414 

- Burns (R.) Songs, with melodies. 1903. UN. - - 109 B 

- Dvorak (A.) Sixteen songs, fo. mus. ----- 78415 

- Ford (R.j ed. Vagabond songs and ballads of Scotland. 1904. 82233 

- Goetz (H. ) Eighteen songs, fo. mus. 78416 

- Herd (D.) ed. Ancient and modern Scottish songs, etc. 2 v. - 82217-8 

- Palgrave (F. T. ) ed. The golden treasury of songs and lyrical 

poems. 1904. 2 v. - - - 82205-6 

- Pittman (J.) and others. Songs of Scotland. 2 v. mus. - 78402-3 

- Prescott (YV. H.) Scottish song. In his Miscellanies. - - E2P1 

- Schumann (R.) Twelve songs, fo. mus. - 78417 
Songs and fables ; by W. J. M. Rankine. 1874. ill. - 701 R 
Songs without notes ; by Sir L. Morris. 1894. - - - - 202 M 
Sons and daughters, a novel; by Mrs. M. O. W. Oliphant. - 604 

Sophia, a romance ; by S. J. Weyman. 45 W 5 

Sophia of Hanover. Wilkins ( W. H. ) The love of an uncrowned 

queen. 1901. bibl. port. ill. S171 

Sophy of Kravonia ; by Anthony Hope. 82H12 

Sorceress; by Mrs. M. 0. W. Oliphant. - - - - - 602 

Sordon ; by W. R. Patersou. 83P1 

Soret. Goethe (J. W. von) Conversations with Soret. - - 83802 

Sorrows of Satan, a romance ; by Marie Corelli. - - - 91 C 11 

Sothern (J. W.) The marine steam turbine. 1906. ill. - - 62102 

- Verbal notes and sketches for marine engineers. 1906. ill. - 62138 

- and Sothern (R. M.) Simple problems in marine engineering 

design, including turbines. 1908. 62145 

Soto, Hernando de. Knight of Elvas, and others. Narratives of 

career of De Soto in conquest of Florida. 2 v. port. - 97502-3 
Soudan. Austin (H. H. ) Among swamps and giants in Africa. 1905. 95801 

- Steevens(G. W.) With Kitchener to Khartum. 1901. maps. 95702 
Soul. For list of related subjects, see Philosophy. 

- McCann (J.) The autobiography of a soul. 1907. - - - 23301 

- Maeterlinck (M. ) The awakening of the soul. In his Treasure 

of the humble. 1907. E8M2 

- Newman (F. W.) The soul, its sorrows and aspirations. 1882. 12801 
Soul in nature [aesthetics] ; by H. C. Oersted. 1852. - - 70111 

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Soul market [life and work of the poor] ; by 0. C. Malvery. 

1906. ill. ......... 331H 

Soul of Lilith ; by Marie Corelli. 91 C 6 

Soul's ascent, mission addresses ; by F. B. Meyer. 1901. - 25205 
Sound. For list of related subjects, see Physics. 

- Acoustics. In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 6-7. ill. - 03207-8 

- In Deschanel (A. P. ) Natural philosophy, v. 4. 1904. ill. - 53401 

- Dexter (J. S.) Exercises on sound, light, and heat. 1901. ill. 53605 

- Poynting (J. H.) and Thomson (J. J.) A text-book of physics, 

sound. 1906. ill. 53402 

- Taylor (S.) Sound and music. 1873. ill. - - - - 78102 
South (Richard) Butterflies of the British Isles. 1906. ill. - 59509 

- The moths of the British Isles. 1907. v. 1. col. ill. - - 59511 
South Seas. Stevenson (R. L.) In the South Seas, 1888-9. 1900. 99202 

" Observations in the Marquesas, Paumotus, and Gilbert Islands." 

Southey (Robert) The life of Nelson, ill. .... N012 

- The life of Wesley. W091 

- Poems ; ed. by E. Dowden. 1895. port. .... 201 S 

- Selections. In English poets, v. 4. 1905. mem. - - - 82224 
Southey, Robert. Macaulay (Lord) Southey 's Colloquies on 

society. In his Works. 82827 

- In Saintsbury (G. E. B. ) Essays in English literature, v. 2. - 82104 
Southgate (Henry) ed. Thoughts on religious subjects. 1880. 24002 
Southward (John) Modern printing, a treatise. 1900. port. ill. 65503 
Southwell, Cathedral church of ; by A. Dimock. 1898. ill. plan. 72601 
South worth (Mrs.) The bride of an evening. - 94S1 
Souvestre (Emile) Le chevrier de Lorraine ; with notes. 1895. 44846 

- Un philosophe sous les toits ; with notes. 1901. - - - 44845 

- Le foyer breton, contes et recits. 95 SI 

Sovereign remedy; by Mrs. F. A. Steel. - - - -. - 111 S3 

Sowers; by Henry Seton Merriman. - 85 Ml 

Sowing the wind, a novel ; by Mrs. E. Lynn Linton. - - 46 L 10 

Spain. Alison (Sir E. ) Carlist struggle. In his Essays, v. 2. 1850. E3 A2 

- Borrow (G.) The Bible in Spain, adventures in an attempt 

to circulate the Scriptures. 1899. 93401 

Zincali, the gypsies of Spain. 1893. 39701 

- In Buckle (H. T. ) History of civilization, v. 2. 1903. bibl. - 90304 

- Clarke (H. B.) Modern Spain, 1815-98. 1906. bibl. map. - 93422 

- Conde (J. A.) The Arabs in Spain [711-1492]. 1854-1900. 3 v. 93408-10 

- Ford (R.) Gatherings from Spain. 93420 

- Hare (C.) A queen of queens [Isabella] and the making of 

Spain. 1906. ill. map. - 1041 

- Hume (M. A. S.) Spain, 1479-1788. 1905. bibl. maps. - 93423 

- - Modern Spain [1788-1898]. 93424 

- Hutton(E.) The cities of Spain. 1906. ill.- - - - 93415 

- Irving (W.) Legends of the conquest of Spain. - - - 93412 

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Spain. Macaulay (Lord) [Mahon's] War of the succession. In 

his Works. 82827 

Spalding (Elizabeth H.) The principles of rhetoric. 1905. - 80821 

Spanish armada. 7n Creasy (Sir E. S.) Decisive battles. 1905. ill. 90404 

Spanish gypsy [a poem] ; by George Eliot. .... 101 E 

Spanish language. See Language, Spanish. 

Spanish literature. See Literature, Spanish. 

Sparling (H. H.) ed. Irish minstrelsy, songs and ballads. - 82401 

SparPvOY (Wilfrid) Persian children of the royal family. 1902. 94601 

Speaking. See Elocution. Oratory. Voice. 

Spearing ( H. G. ) Combined German reader, writer, and grammar. 43836 

Species. For list of related subjects, see Evolution. 

- Darwin (C.) The origin of species. 1902. -' - - 57501 
Spectator [essays] ; by J. Addison. In his Works, v. 2-4. - E1A3-5 
Spectrum. For lists of related subjects, see Chemistry. Light. 

- Watts (W. M.) Introduction to spectrum analysis. 1904. ill. 54403 
Speech. Sutro (E.) Quality of voice and speech. - - - 78411 
Speight (Thomas W.) 'Her Ladyship,' a romance. - - - 96 S 2 

- The strange experiences of Mr. Verschoyle. - - - - 96 SI 
Speke (John H. ) Discovery of the source of the Nile. ill. - 95707 
Spelling. In Miiller (F. Max) Works, v. 7. 1899. - - - E5M3 
Spencer (Frank) The A B C of progressive whist. - - - 79501 
Spencer (Henry) The commercial organisation of engineering 

factories. 1907. 62011 

Spencer (Herbert) Facts and comments. 1902. - - - E10S2 

- Political institutions. 1882. 32003 

- The study of sociology. 1904. 30101 

- Various fragments. 1900. E10S1 

Views concerning copyright. Against the metric system. The " net- 
price " system of bookselling. 

Spencer, Herbert. 7>iClodd (E.) Pioneers of evolution. 1897. port. 57515 

- George (H.) A perplexed philosopher. 1893. - - - 19203 

An examination of Spencer's various utterances on the land question, 
with some reference to his synthetic philosophy. 

Spenser (Edmund) Works ; ed. by R. Morris. 1904. mem. - 801S 

- Selections. In Imagination and fancy. 82234 

Spenser, Edmund. Church (R. W.) Spenser [life and work]. 1888. S241 

- In Hazlitt (W.) Lectures on the English poets. 1884. - - 82004 

- Maurice (F. D.) Spenser's "Faerie queene." In his Friend- 

ship of books, and other lectures. 1904. - - - E4M1 

Spicer (A. D.) The paper trade, a survey. 1907. ill. - - 67602 
Spiders. For list of related subjects, see Invertebrates. 

- Skuse (F. A. A.) British spiders. 1887. ill. - - - 59503 
Spiers (R. P.) Architectural drawing. 1905. ill. - - - 74401 

Spinner in the sun ; by M. Reed. 85 R 2 

Spinners of life ; by V. Thompson. 62 Tl 

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Spinning. For list of related subjects, see Textiles. 

- Carter (H. R.) Modern flax, hemp, and jute spinning and 

twisting. 1907. ill. ----- - 67724 

- Reiser (X.) Spinning and weaving calculations. 1904. ill. - 67718 

- Sharp (P.) Flax, tow, and jute spinning. 1907. ill. - - 67728 

- See also Cotton. 

Spinoza, B. de. Caird (J. ) Spinoza [life and philosophy], port. 19304 

- In Froude (J. A.) Short studies, v. 1. 1905. - E2F1 

- In Robertson (J. M.) Pioneer humanists. 1907. - - - 99824 
Spiritual significance, or, death an event in life ; by L. Whiting. 23701 
Spiritualism. For lists of related subjects, see Mind and body. Sects. 

- Bennett (E. T.) Spiritualism. 13306 

- Dennys (E. N.) The alpha. - - 28903 

- Lepicier (A. M.) The unseen world. 1906. - 28901 

" An exposition of Catholic theology in its relation to modern Spiritism." 

- Moses (W. S.) Spirit teachings. 1898. 28904 

- Owen (Pt. D.) Footfalls on boundary of another world. 1899. 13302 

Splendid knight ; by H. A. Hinkson. 64H2 

Splendid spur, adventures ; by A. T. Quiller Couch. - - - ^ 99 C 2 

Spofford (Aixsworth R.) A book for all readers. 1905.- - 02001 

Spoiler of men ; by R. Marsh. 54M3 

Spoilers; by E. W. Pugh. 63P1 

Spoils of Poynton ; by H. James. 7 J 12 

Spo>~ (Ernest) and others. Workshop receipts. 1902-4. 5 v. ill. 60301-5 
Sponges. For list of related subjects, see Invertebrates. 

- Johnston (G. ) British sponges and lithophytes. ill. - - 59302 
Spooler (Frank) joint- author. See Edmunds (E. W.) 

Sports. For list of other amusements, see Amusements. 

- Baker (Sir S. W.) The rifle and hound in Ceylon. 1904. ill. 94801 

- Bryden (H. A.) Nature and sport in Britain. 1904. ill. - 79920 

- Collins (T.) School and sport, recollections. 1905. - - 79620 

- Colquhoun ( J. ) The moor and the loch. 1888. ill. - - 79919 

- Gumming (R. G.) Hunting adventures in S. Africa. 1850. ill. 96307 

- Fitzpatrick (Sir J. P.) Jock of the bushveld. 1907. ill. - 79917 

- Glasfurd (A. I. EL) Rifle and romance in the Indian jungle. 

1905. ill. 79909 

- Gull (C. A. E. R.) The menaces of modern sport. In his 

" I believe," and other essays. 1907. .... E5G1 

- Hornaday (W. T.) Camp-fires in the Canadian Rockies. 1906. 

ill. maps. 79923 

- Karr (Sir H. S.) My sporting holidays. 1904. ill. - - 79908 

- Kennedy (E. B.) Thirty seasons in Scandinavia. 1903. ill.- 94107 

Fishing, shooting, and other sports. 

- Patterson (J. H.) The man-eaters of Tsavo. 1907. ill. map. 96105 

Sport and travel in British East Africa. 

- Pattillo (T. R.) Moose-hunting, salmon-fishing [etc.] 1902. - 79916 

" Experiences of hunting wild game in Canada." 

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Sports. Peek(H.)ed. The poetry of sport [an anthology]. 1896. ill. 82219 

- Roosevelt (T.) Good hunting, pursuit of big game. 1907. ill. 79912 

- St. John (C.) A sportsman and naturalist's tour in Suther- 

landshire. 1891. ill. 92105 

- Selous(F. C.) A hunter's wanderings in Africa. 1907. ill. map. 79911 

- Senior (W. ) Near and far, an angler's sketches. 1890. - - 79915 

''Home sport and colonial [Queensland] life." 

- Seton (G. G. T.) A woman tenderfoot. 1901. ill. - - 79906 

Camp life and sport in the Rocky Mountains. 

- See also Archery. Bowls. Camping. Cricket. Croquet. Cycling". 

Deer. Falconry. Fish, fishing. Fives. Football. Golf. Guns. 

Horsemanship. Mountaineering. Rackets. Sailing. Shooting. 

Skating. Swimming. Tennis. 

Sprays of northern pine ; by Fergus Mackenzie. - - - 19 Ml 

Spring (Leverett W.) Kansas [a history]. 1885. map. - 97403 

Springhaven, a tale of the great war ; by R. D. Blackmore. - 63 B 2 

Spurgeon (Chas. H.) Evening by evening, readings at eventide. 24903 

- John Ploughman's talk. ill. 24804 

- John Ploughman's pictures, ill. 24805 

A continuation of "John Ploughman's talk." 

- Morning by morning, daily readings. .... - 24902 

- The present truth, sermons. 1883. 25235 

- ed. The salt-cellars, collection of proverbs. 1889-03. 2 v. 39819-20 
Spurgeon, Chas. H. , Life and work of ; by G. H. Pike. 6 v. port. ill. S 421-6 
Spy, a tale of the neutral ground ; by J. P. Cooper. - - - 88 C 8 

Squireen ; by S. F. Bullock. 136 Bl 

Stacpoole (Henry de.Vere) Fanny Lambert, a novel. - - 104 SI 

Stael (Madame de) De l'Allemagne. 92702 

Stael, Madame de. 7?iSainte-Beuve(C. A.) Essays, v. 3. 1901. port. E11S3 
Staff officer's scrap-book ; by Sir I. S. M. Hamilton. 2 v. ill. 95102-3 

" During the Russo-Japanese war." 

Stage. See Drama. 

Stained glass. See Painting, Glass. 

Stainer (Sir John) Harmony, mus. 78104 

Stainer (W. J.) Notes on physiography. ill. - 55120 

Stair, Earls of, Annals of the; by J. M.Graham. 18S5. 2 v. port. ill. S281-2 
Staley (Vernon) Richard Hooker [his life]. 1907. ill. - - H211 
Stalker (James) The two St. Johns of the New Testament. 1895. 22607 
Stalky and Co. [a school story] ; by R. Kipling. - - - 28K4 
Stallworthy (A.) Le francais parle et ecrit. 1907. - - 44856 

Stand fast, Craig-Royston ! by W. Black. 62B21 

Standage (H. C. ) Agglutinants of all kinds for all purposes. 1907. 66802 

- The artists' manual of pigments. 1896. 66715 

Standard bearer ; by S. R. Crockett. 120 C 17 

Standing (P. C.) Cricket of today and yesterday. 1902. 2 v. 79702-3 
Stanhope, Philip H., Earl. Macaulay (Lord) [Mahon's] War of 

the succession in Spain. In his Works. - 82827 

327 



STA GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Stanley (Arthur P.) History of the Eastern Church. 1884. - 28101 

Stanley, Arthur P. In Knight (W. A.) Retrospects, v. 1. 1904. 99903 

Stanley (Sir Henry M.) How I found Livingstone. 1904. ill. 96101 

- In darkest Africa. 1904. port. ill. maps. - - - - 95901 

- Through the dark continent. 1907. ill. map. - - - 95908 
Stanley, Maria J., Lady, Early married life of; ed. by J. H. 

Adeane. 1899. port. ill. S161 

Stanmore (Arthur H. Gordon, Lord) Sidney Herbert, Lord 

Herbert of Lea, a memoir. 1906. 2 v. ill. - - - H 241-2 

Stansbie (J. H.) Metallurgical chemistry. 1906. ill. - - 66906 

Star-chamber, an historical romance ; by W. H. Ainsworth. - 16 A8 
Star-fish. For list of related subjects, see Invertebrates. 

- Romanes (G. J.) Star-fish. 1885. ill. 59304 

Stark (James) Comradeship in sorrow, thoughts. 1907. - - 24209 

Stark (Robert M.) Popular history of British mosses, col. ill. 58903 

Stark Munro letters ; by Sir A. Conan Doyle. - - - - 51 D 12 
Stars. For list of related subjects, see Astronomy. 

- Chambers (G. F.) The story of the stars. 1896. ill. - - 52303 

- Fison (A. H.) Evolution of double stars. In Lectures. 1906. 50421 

- Proctor (R. A.) Movements in the star-depths. In his Light 

science for leisure hours, v. 2. 1906. .... 50425 

Stars of destiny ; by L. P. Truscott. 66 Tl 

State. See Political science. 

Statesmen. For list of other subjects in biography, see Biography. 

- Innes (A. D.) Ten Tudor statesmen. 1906. port. - - 99822 

Henry VII. Cardinal Wolsey. Sir T. More. Thomas Cromwell, Earl 
of Essex. Henry VIII. Protector Somerset. Cranmer. William Cecil, 
Lord Burghley. Sir Francis Walsingham. Sir Walter Raleigh. 

- Morris (H.) Governors-general of India. 1907. v. 1. ill. - 99823 

Warren Hastings. Marquis Cornwallis. Sir John Shore. Marquis 
Wellesley. Earl of Minto. Marquis of Hastings. 

Statics. For list of related subjects, see Mechanics. 

- Borchardt (W. G.) Elementary statics. 1907. ill. - - 53102 
Staunton (Howard) The chess-player's handbook. 1904. ill. 79402 
Stead (William T.) Peers or people? 1907. - 32804 
Steam. For list of related subjects, see Engineering. 

- Bale (M. P.) A handbook for steam users. 1906. - - - 62142 
-' - Steam and machinery management. 1890. ill. - - - 62024 
Steam engine. For related subjects, see Engines. 

- In Cassell's New technical educator, v. 1-5. ill. - - 60306-10 

- Hiscox (G. D.) Modern steam engineering. 1907. ill. - - 62116 

- Holmes (Sir G. C. V.) The steam engine. 1897. ill. - - 62118 

- Jamieson (A.) Text-book of steam and steam engines. 1906. 62131 

- Ripper (W.) Steam-engine, theory and practice. 1905. ill. - 62130 

- Tennant (W. J.) The compound engine, ill. - 62109 

- Walker (S. F.) Steam boilers, engines, turbines. 1908. ill. - 62147 

- See also Governor. Injector. Locomotive. Steam trap. Traction 

engine. 

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Steam navigation. For related subjects, see Navigation. Transportation. 

- Williamson (J.) The Clyde passenger steamer, 1812-1901. ill. 65606 
Steam trap. For list of related subjects, see Steam engine. 

- Stewart (G.) Modern steam traps, construction [etc.] 1907. ill. 62137 
Stearine. McArthur (J. ) Stearine industry. In Lighting. 1 895. 66505 
Stedman (Edmund C.) Victorian poets. 1876. - - - 82406 
Steel (Mrs. Flora A.) The flower of forgiveness [stories]. - 111 SI 

- A sovereign remedy. Ill S3 

- Voices in the night. - - - * - - - - 111 S 2 
Steel (Robert) Samuel the prophet. 1860. ... - 22308 
Steel. For lists of related subjects, see Industries. Metallurgy. 

- In Cassell's New technical educator, v. 1-6. ill. - - 60306-11 

- Colby (A. L.) American standard specifications for steel. 1902. 67202 

- Greenwood (W. H.) Steel, properties and manufacture. 1907. 66902 

- Jeans (J. S. ) Iron and steel. In British industries. 1907. • 33804 

- Macfarlane (W.) Iron and steel, manufacture. 1906. ill. - 66905 

- Reiser (F.) The hardening and tempering of steel. 1902. - 67203 
Steele, Sir Richard. Adams (W. H. D.) Steele's "Tatler." 

In his Famous books. 02810 

- In Thackeray (W. M.) English humourists. 2 copies. - - 12T7 
Steevens (George W.) From Capetown to Ladysmith. Egypt 

in 1898. 1900. maps. 96401 

- Glimpses of three nations. 1901. 91005 

London. Paris. Germany. 

- In India. 1905. map. 94705 

- The land of the dollar [United States]. 1900. - - - 97203 

- Things seen. 1900. mem. port. E2S1 

The new humanitarianism. What happened in Thessaly. The Dreyfus 
case. The jubilee [1S97]. Thefeastof St. Wagner. In search of a famine. [Etc.] 

- With Kitchener to Khartum. 1901. maps. - 95702 
Stencilling. Mitchell (F. S.) Stencil work. 1906. ill. - - 69806 
Stenhouse (William M.) Poems, songs, and sonnets. 1886. - 1401 S 
Step (Edward) Wayside and woodland blossoms. 2 v. col. ill. - 58206-7 

- Wayside and woodland trees, British. 1907. ill. - - - 58208 
Stephen (Sir James) Essays in ecclesiastical biography. 2 v.- 99816-7 

Stephen (Sir James F.) Horae Sabbaticae [papers reprinted 

from] the 'Saturday review.' 1S92. 3 v. - - - E3S1-3 

1. Joinville and St. Louis. Froissart's Chronicles. P. de Comines. 
Montaigne's Essays. Hooker's 'Ecclesiastical polity.' Laud. Chillingworth. 
Jeremy Taylor as a moralist. Hacket's Life of Williams. Clarendon's 
' History of the rebellion.' Clarendon's ' Life.' 2. Hobbes on government. 
Hobbes's ' Leviathan.' Hobbes's minor works. Bossuet's education of the 
Dauphin. Bossuet and the Protestants. Locke's Essay on the human 
understanding. Locke as a moralist. Locke on government. Locke on 
toleration. Voltaire as a theologian, moralist, and metaphysician. Butler. 
Warburton's ' Divine legation.' Warburton's minor works. Hume's Essays. 
Gibbon. Gibbon's Memoirs. 3. Berkeley's metaphysical works. Berkeley's 
1 Minute philosopher.' Berkeley's occasional works. Works of Burke. 
Burke on the English constitution. Burke on the French revolution. 
Paine. Bentham's 'Theory of legislation.' Cobbett's political works. De 
Maistre — ' Soirees de St. Petersbourg. ' De Maistre's minor works. De Maistre's 
' Principe generateur.' De Maistre On the pope. [Etc.] 

329 



STE GLA SGOW P UBLIC LIBRARIES, 

Stephen (Sir Leslie) Hours in a library. 1899. 3 v. - E4S1-3 

1. De Foe's novels. Richardson's novels. Pope as a moralist. Scott. 
Hawthorne. Balzac's novels. De Quincey. Sir T. Browne. Jonathan 
Edwards. Horace Walpole. 2. Dr. Johnson's writings. Crabbe. Hazlitt. 
Disraeli's novels. Massinger. Fielding's novels. Cowper and Rousseau. 
The first Edinburgh reviewers. Wordsworth's ethics. Landor's Imaginary 
conversations. Macaulay. 3. Charlotte Bronte. Kingsley. Godwin and 
Shelley. Gray and his school. Sterne. Country books. George Eliot. 
Autobiography. Carlyle's ethics. The state trials. Coleridge. 

- The science of ethics. 1907. - - 17010 

Stephen, Sir Leslie, Life andtetters ; by F. W. Maitland. 1906. bibl. S211 
Stephen Archer, and other tales ; by G. MacDonald. - - 10 M 28 

Stephens (Frederic G.) D. G. Rossetti [life and work]. 1908. ill. R182 

- Memoir of George Cruikshank. 1891. ill. - C241 

- Memorials of William Mulready. 1890. ill. - - - - M161 
Stephens (Riccardo) The cruciform mark. .... H4S1 
Stephenson (G. ) Estimating, pricing builders' quantities. 1907. 69202 

- The quantity student's assistant. 1907. - 69204 
Stephenson, George and Robert. In Smiles (S.) Engineers, v. 5. 99708 
Stepniak (Sergius M.) Underground Russia, sketches. 1896.- 94015 
Sterling, John, Life of; by T. Carlyle. 1891. port. - - S061 
Stern (Daniel) Les journees de juin, 1848. 1907. mem. port. 44870 
Sterne, Laurence. Bagehot (W.) Sterne and Thackeray. In his 

Literary studies, v. 2. 1902. E5B2 

- In Stephen (Sir L.) Hours in a library, v. 3. 1899. - - E4S3 

- In Thackeray (W. M.) English humourists. 2 copies. - - 12T7 
Steuart ( John A. ) Quicksands. 117 S 2 

- The rebel wooing, a story of devotion. - - - - - 117 S 4 

- The wages of pleasure. - 117 S3 

- Wine on the lees. - 117S1 

Stevens (F. H.) joint- author. See Hall (H. S.) 

Stevens (John A.) Albert Gallatin [a biography]. 1883. - - G041 
Stevens, Thaddeus [a biography] ; by S. W. McCall. 1899. - S101 
Stevens (William) The slave in history. 1904. ill. - - 32601 
Stevenson (J. L. ) Blast furnace calculations and tables. 1906. 66904 
Stevenson (Robert) Exposition of * Pilgrim's progress. 5 1907. 24414 
Stevenson (Robert L. ) Across the plains, with other essays. 1905. E 1 S 2 
The old Pacific capital [Monterey]. Fontainebleau. Epilogue to "An 

inland voyage." Random memories. The lantern-bearers. A chapter on 

dreams. [Etc.] 

- Edinburgh [picturesque notes]. 1905. ill. - . - - - 92001 

- Essays in the art of writing. 1905. 80805 

- Essays of travel. 1905. - - 90810 

- Familiar studies of men and books. 1906. - - - - El S3 

Hugo's romances. Some aspects of Burns. Whitman. Thoreau. 
Yoshida-Torajiro. Villon. Charles of Orleans. Pepys. John Knox and 
women. 

- In the South Seas, two cruises, 1888-9. 1900. - - - 99202 

- An inland voyage [France]. 1904. ------ 93102 

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Stevenson (Robert L.) Memories and portraits. 1906. - - E1S4 

Foreigner at home. Old mortality [death]. Tal